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Tips for Organizing Personal Injury Cases

Personal injury cases can be extra challenging and usually take time to complete. Every case is unique and has different facts and nuances. Hence it's crucial to streamline your process to effectively handle your cases. Accordingly, aside from good record keeping skills, you should build a system to better handle your cases from start to finish. As a personal injury attorney, your organizational skills can dictate your case whether your client will receive a full compensation or an unfair settlement. Here are some invaluable tips for organizing personal injury cases. Preparing the Client for the First Meeting To be efficient,…

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What Happens To A Family Trust In Probate?

What happens to a family trust in probate?   It’s not easy to understand it, as we don’t encounter this thing every day.   So for clarity, let’s define two terms – family trust and probate. A family member can establish a family trust to benefit his family members, who are related by law, affinity or blood.   Typically, it’s created as a tool stating the passing of the assets to future family generations, too. The term family refers to the grantor, his/her spouse, grandparents and children, and so on.  All members of the same family are the beneficiaries of a…

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Your First Criminal Law Case: How to handle it?

Doing anything for the first time can be a nerve-racking experience. Handling a criminal law case for the first time is no exception. Imagine having someone else’s criminal record and future in your hands. The thought is enough to make anyone’s head spin. Being nervous is completely normal and is nothing to be ashamed of. Even the top criminal defense attorneys still experience this, especially for clients with a previous criminal record. If you are facing your first criminal law case, know that being nervous is natural. However, ask long as you keep your head clear, everything will be fine.…

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