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Critical Factors that Can Delay Execution of a Will

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How long will it take to execute a deceased's will? Probate lawyers are familiar with the question because it is common among dependents and beneficiaries. The reason is that beneficiaries are usually eager to receive their inheritance; therefore, it is understandable if they appear impatient. However, it is a probate lawyer's responsibility to inform all beneficiaries that executing a will takes time because every move must be within the confines of the deceased's wishes.

28 March 2022

Why You Need A Conveyancing Lawyer When Buying Property In A Retirement Village

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Most seniors do not give much thought to the property purchasing process as they move into a retirement village. After all, the management takes responsibility for all aspects of the purchase. However, this approach often leads to future problems since the management company could leave out vital details about the property. The guide below details how a conveyancing lawyer can help you when you are buying a house in a retirement village.

29 November 2021

Top Signs That You Need a Bankruptcy Lawyer

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Contrary to what most people believe, some debt is not bad as long as you can comfortably pay your creditors and still run your business. Unfortunately, most business owners do not know how to manage their debts and only realise that the credit is not sustainable too late. In such instances, it is advisable to hire a bankruptcy lawyer since they can get you out of your debt woes. That said, you must know when to hire a bankruptcy lawyer because waiting too long does not help your case.

13 September 2021

Reasons to Ask a Lawyer to Prepare Your Will

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If you want to have a say in what happens to your estate after you die, proper will preparation is essential. Otherwise, your state's laws will determine how your estate will be administered or distributed. While you can make a valid will yourself, it's recommended you let a will preparation lawyer handle this on your behalf. This will cost more than a DIY will due to the lawyer's fees, but it can be well worth the expense.

14 June 2021

Everything You Need to Know About 24-Hour Country Process Servers

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The law requires that every person or party in a legal case be notified if any action is taken against them in court. The process of notifying them is known as process serving. Notifications are made by delivering a set of documents that inform the party of concern about the action that has been taken against them in court. The person is then required to hire a lawyer and give a response to the court; this action is referred to as filing an answer.

11 February 2021

A Guide On Estate Planning

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Estate planning is an intricate and continuous activity that ensures the wellbeing of your dependants and longevity of your investments once you die. In this excerpt, you will learn a few facts about estate planning.  Always Hire A Lawyer An estate planning lawyer is a critical element of the estate planning process. They will examine your estate and provide essential advice as you share the estate among the beneficiaries. The lawyer will ensure that your will meets the legal requirements set by your state.

8 December 2020

Are You Buying or Selling a Property? You Might Need a Conveyancer

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The buying and selling of land or property is something that happens almost every day for profit, investment and to secure a residential property. Some individuals may already be conversant with everything there is to know about the sale and purchase of a piece of property, but others may need help. That is why it is important to know what conveyancing is and how you benefit from it. What is Conveyancing?

27 August 2020

Can a Divorce Proceed without the Other Party's Consent?

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When two people who were previously married start to drift apart, the end result may appear to be inevitable. They may go their separate ways from a big picture perspective, even though they may continue to live under the same roof. In such a situation, both of the parties may apply for a formal divorce, and the procedure may be relatively straightforward. However, what if one of the parties does not wish to take any action at all?

25 March 2020

What Do You Need to Consider When Choosing a Conveyancing Solicitor?

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Choosing the right conveyancing solicitor can be very difficult. Do you have friends and family who can recommend one to you? Are you conscious about your budget? Or do you want someone who has the best rating? Of course, it is important that you choose someone who has a proven record and who is a conveyancing solicitor who cares. Someone who is just in it for the money will be easy to detect.

22 May 2019

3 Tips For A Happy Summer Holiday Despite Parental Separation

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Christmas marks the beginning of the summer holidays for Australian children, and this time of year is particularly difficult for newly separated families. The season brings with it plenty of emotion, and as someone who is facing their first Christmas as a separated parent, you wonder how you are going to get through this period without major stress or conflict. Here are three tips to help you get through the upcoming summer holidays without having a major clash with your estranged spouse.

2 December 2018