A Guide on How to Write a Will

Posted on: 7 February 2019
The thought of dying scares most people. However, it is advisable to plan for your family's well-being once you die. One way of doing this is by writing a will. This article provides a few tips for people that intend to write a will.  Hiring a wills and estate lawyer It is advisable to engage a wills and estates lawyer when writing your will. The lawyer will ensure that your will is legally binding.
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3 Asbestos-Related Illnesses that May Result in the Need for Compensation

Posted on: 22 October 2018
If you were exposed unknowingly to asbestos through a rental home or through work, you may consider seeing compensation lawyers. In many cases, you may not realize you were exposed to asbestos until you are diagnosed with one of the key illnesses related to asbestos exposure. Here are three of the asbestos-related illnesses that may result from exposure to asbestos and what you need to know about their connection to the exposure for compensation purposes.
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Disputed Will: Top Tips to Avoid Inheritance Woes

Posted on: 27 July 2016
The death of a loved one is one of the most difficult things a family will have to go through.  Disputes over inheritance can add even more stress and sorrow to this already challenging period, hindering the natural grieving process and potentially causing long lasting damage to the family unit. However, there are some simple steps you can take to reduce the risk of a dispute over your assets after death. 
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Potential Defences to Downgrade a Murder Charge

Posted on: 30 December 2015
The defenses available to a defendant on a murder charge vary from state to state, but all states allow for murder charges to be downgraded to manslaughter if the act was intentional but the intent was not to kill the victim. This includes self defence or violent confrontation where the intent is to stop the victim from harming the defendant. Family Violence Murder tends to be an immensely personal crime, with only 26% of crimes occurring where the victim and assailant are strangers.
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