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Court Bonds 03.25.2021

Winning on Appeal: The Basics Explained

  Unfavorable verdicts in civil court cases may be successfully overturned—if there are grounds for appeal based on the court’s legal proceedings. Lawyers share insights about what it takes to win on appeal. Clarity, Brevity…
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Winning on Appeal: The Basics Explained
Court Bonds 02.24.2021

Injunctions As a Remedy During Divorce Proceedings

  What happens when a married couple is divorcing, owns a business and is disputing who controls it—and the assets? One legal remedy that can help is an injunction. What’s An Injunction? Injunctions are often…
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Injunctions As a Remedy During Divorce Proceedings
Court Bonds 02.16.2021

Probate Court: Administering Unsettled Affairs

Usually, when someone dies, probate court is notified by a friend or family member, so that the affairs of the deceased can be settled—and assets distributed. What if no one notifies the court to initiate…
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Probate Court: Administering Unsettled Affairs
Court Bonds 02.16.2021

Legally Appointed Guardians for the Elderly

When an elderly loved one can’t make sound decisions, legal guardianship may be a helpful option. Understand the process of appointing a guardian and the role of the guardian. In An Ideal World It would…
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Legally Appointed Guardians for the Elderly
Court Bonds 02.11.2021

When Can a Will Be Contested?

Just as family conflicts and miscommunications can be a challenge in life, so too can they create difficulties upon death. Read on for practical, expert advice for those who may feel they have been slighted…
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When Can a Will Be Contested?
Court Bonds 02.11.2021

An Annual Checkup You Really Can Do For Yourself

If you have made a will or trust—good for you! But, if it is outdated, it may cause a lot of headaches down the road. Here’s a quick way to assess potential updates needed.  Time…
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An Annual Checkup You Really Can Do For Yourself
Court Bonds 02.02.2021

Injunctions and Injunction Bonds Explained

Injunctions and Injunction Bonds Explained What happens when a civil case involving preservation of a park is underway in court but the development company is about to start clearing trees? The court could issue an…
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Injunctions and Injunction Bonds Explained
Court Bonds 02.02.2021

Estate Planning: What About Digital Assets?

  Well, that’s a question our grandparents never had to deal with! Now that we live so much of life in the digital space, it’s important to consider our digital assets when making estate plans….
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Estate Planning: What About Digital Assets?
Court Bonds 01.27.2021

Court Ruling on Holographic Will in Texas

What can happen when someone dies without a will—but has left a hand written note expressing intentions for the distribution of assets? Read on to explore what happened in a recent case in Texas.  Understanding…
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Court Ruling on Holographic Will in Texas