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Last Will and Testament: The Benefits of Estate Planning

After I had an accident and had to spend some time in the hospital, I decided that it was time to make a will and do some estate planning. After all, you never know what is around the corner, and I would hate for a family member to miss out on inheriting from me if I were to suddenly pass away. I worked with a lawyer to draft a will. We then discussed the various ways I could arrange my estate. I had been worried that I wouldn’t understand the different legal terms, but my lawyer took the time to carefully explain them. I am now much happier knowing that everything is in place. I decided to set up this blog to offer tips to other people who are in the process of planning their estate.


How To Interview A Deceased Estates Lawyer

5 March 2021
 Categories: Law, Blog

Are you looking for a deceased estates lawyer to help out with your estate planning process? If you are, you could be experiencing difficulties finding a lawyer that suits your needs. Below are some questions to help you interview a deceased estates lawyer and find a professional that offers high-quality services.  What Are Your Qualifications?  Establish whether the lawyer is qualified to conduct estate planning. As such, assess the lawyer's academic and licensing documents. Read More …

How To Seek Compensation For Long-Term Illnesses

18 December 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

Did you know your workplace can expose you to long-term illnesses? For example, construction workers that come into contact with dangerous materials or toxic fumes could develop cancerous diseases. On the other hand, people that regularly lift heavy items could suffer from back and muscle-related illnesses. Workers' compensation insurance guarantees compensation for employees that suffer workplace injuries.  Read this guide to learn how to seek compensation for a long-term illness caused by poor working conditions. Read More …

Family Law: 3 Things You Need to Know About Applying for Marriage Nullity

10 September 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

People organise a wedding ceremony to celebrate a formal union between yourself and your partner. For the ceremony to be considered the beginning of a legal marriage, you need to sign documents such as the marriage certificate. In addition to the marriage certificate, you and your partner are supposed to meet certain legal requirements for the marriage to be declared legal. In case you do not meet one of the legal requirements, your marriage can be nullified. Read More …

Hiring a Residential Conveyancer

13 April 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

Buying and selling houses is not as simple as it seems. It is a complex process that has a number of legal requirements that must be met in order for the sale to be completed. Navigating this process can be confusing for people unfamiliar with the legalities. Conveyancing refers to the legal processes involved in transferring ownership of property in between two parties. In order for all legal requirements to be met properly and to ensure that the sale process runs smoothly, it is important to hire a conveyancer. Read More …

Selecting Your Divorce Support Team: Who Should You Include?

2 July 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you are getting divorced, it's essential to surround yourself with the right people who can help you navigate this tricky and stressful situation. Although divorce processes vary from one couple to another, there are primary areas you need to get support from — legally, emotionally, and financially. As you put together a support team, ensure a skilled and experienced member represents each area. Here are people you should include in your support team even before the divorce process starts. Read More …