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Anyone can become disabled at any time, and when it’s a child or loved one, you can feel like your life has turned upside down. For parents with a child who will need a lifetime of care, I often hear the question, “What will happen when I’m gone?” Attorney David Inabinett provides useful information in his latest article.
Catch up on the latest news from Brinkley Walser Stoner. In the November issue: When is a last will not a last will?; Run, Run Rudolph 5K is 12/6; McDonald appointed to Board of Elections; Governor signs ABLE Act into law.
Here’s the October 2015 issue of BWS Update. Articles include: Do I Really Need a Title Search?; October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month; Estate Planning Awareness Week; and Purple Pumpkins to Support Alzheimer’s Awareness.
There is something that feels “final” about making one’s last will and testament. Even though that document may be changed or amended any time by the person making a will, everyone has a sense that this is now “done” when a will is signed.
For most people, real estate transactions involve large dollar amounts. As a buyer, you want to do everything possible to protect yourself in these types of transactions. There are a number of reasons to have a title examination:
In the September 2015 issue of the BWS Update: Who qualifies to have their criminal record expunged, David Inabinett recognized in Best Lawyers, Gary Bowers speaks on landlord-tenant issues, and more!