Four Things To Note About Probate Property Purchase

29 January 2016
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Probate is a legal process that involves settling debts and distributing assets of the decedent (the deceased). In many cases, it involves the sale of real estate properties belonging to the decedent's estate. Such properties are sold on a bidding process, which must be confirmed by the court handling the probate. Here are four essential things to know before bidding on such property: Many Probate Properties Need Repairs The first thing you should know is that many of the properties may not be in tiptop conditions. Read More 

Refusing Medical Treatment: What You Need To Know About Your Rights

7 August 2015
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Refusing medical treatment is something many people do not think about. Some may feel like when they walk in the doors they do not have the power to make any decisions regarding their healthcare. However, it is your health and your decision. In certain situations, you are able to refuse medical treatments. In the event that you find yourself in the hospital deciding what the best treatment plan is for you, it is a good idea to take the time to know what rights you have. Read More 

2 Important Things To Know If You Are Selected As A Juror

8 April 2015
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Being selected for jury duty is part of your responsibilities as a citizen of this country. While most people view this as a negative task to complete, you should realize that serving on a jury is an honorable job that should be taken seriously. If you were selected to be on the jury for a criminal case, here are two important things you should know. You cannot convict without 100% certainty Read More 

You Always Need A Personal Injury Attorney After A Car Accident– Even If You Are Not The Injured Party

6 March 2015
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If you or a loved one have recently been involved in a motor vehicle accident, it is crucial to speak with a personal injury attorney. It is easy to think that you should call a lawyer. However, when the insurance company approves the charges, even if you do not agree with them, it may seem more prudent to comply with the decisions made by your insurance company. Doing so may be a good financial decision now, as you are less likely to owe anything out- of- pocket, but it could also raise your insurance cost and stay on your driving record for many years. Read More 

3 Benefits Of Riding Motorcycles As A Group

24 February 2015
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Everyone knows the dangers of riding motorcycles, but millions of people still ride them each year. When motorcycle accidents happen, they can be devastating; however, you might be able to avoid getting into an accident if you choose to ride in a group. Here are three benefits you will experience if you limit your motorcycle riding adventures to group trips. Easier To See According to Nolo, many motorcycle accidents occur because drivers in cars do not see them because they are much smaller than average size cars. Read More