Medical situations happen unexpectedly, and unfortunately, many of us could face a medical emergency someday. However, in some medical emergencies, patients cannot declare to their loved ones or doctors what treatments they want or who they would like to speak on their behalf in this situation, etc. In this article, we’re going to discuss what […]
There are several reasons why someone might need to get ahold of a death certificate. If a loved one has passed away, or if you are responsible for a deceased person’s assets, you will likely need to have multiple copies of a death certificate. For instance, after someone passes, executors, beneficiaries, and family need copies […]
Estate planning and the role of last wills and testaments are a popular topic of conversation among members of the baby-boom generation. You might think you know a lot about last wills and testaments, but the answers to the nine most commonly asked questions people have about them might surprise you. 1. What are last […]
Most lawyers have stories they can tell about the extent to which clients go to avoid planning their estates or preparing last wills and testaments. Clients have been known to ask an attorney to prepare a will, but they offer one excuse after another to avoid going back to sign it. The simple truth is […]
If you are unable to make health care decisions, you can designate someone you trust to make those decisions for you. The procedures and the form you would use to accomplish this depend upon the laws in your state. Some states use a medical power of attorney while others use a health care proxy. Regardless […]
Lawyers and judges use language that is unique to the law. Statutes make reference to submitting the “purported will” to the court in connection with probate proceedings instead of simply requiring the submission of “the will.” Reference to the instrument as the purported document of the deceased is in keeping with a basic principle of […]
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