Position Of Trust

What You Need to Know about Position of Trust In legal terms, position of trust refers to a person occupying a position of authority, such as a teacher or supervisor, either over an individual or within an organization. Other examples include: lawyers, doctors, financial advisors, government officials, or anyone responsible for the health and safety...
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The Guardianship Battle For Glen Campbell

Four years ago, it was announced that Glen Campbell, one of the world’s most beloved singer-songwriters, had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Although he tried to remain in control, last June the 78 year old entertainer was admitted to a facility in Nashville which specializes in 24-hour care for patients afflicted with the disease. Sadly, as...
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Is Avoiding Probate Problematic?

Have your avoiding probate plans interfered with your estate planning? If you’re like most people, you’ve probably been given heaps of advice from well-intentioned folk such as account managers, customer services, financial institution employees, etc. about how to how to title your accounts, name beneficiaries, and even avoid probate altogether. However, this kind of advice,...
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Probate Avoidance Planning

Unfortunately, grief can sometimes bring out the worst in people; bereavement brings out feelings of loss, anger, abandonment, and occasionally, a whole slew of unresolved issues. At such difficult and emotional times, loved ones do not need the additional hassle of having to resolve probate issues, which is why you should hire a probate lawyer....
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Hiring A Criminal Defense Lawyer Pt. 2

In part one of this short series, I talked about taking the initial steps in hiring a criminal defense attorney for your needs – today I’d like to take you through the rest of the way. Depending on your case, there are certain pertinent questions you’ll need to ask any prospective criminal defense lawyer, however, here...
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