How To Respond To A Demand Letter

Anyone who feels they deserve monetary compensation from you can send you a demand letter. You should know how to reply to such a demand letter to prevent further legal or financial complications over the same issue. Below are some of the steps you can take if you receive a demand letter. Avoid Inaction The worst thing you can do is to try to wish away the demand letter. You need to act even if you think that the complainant is exaggerating the claims (true in many cases) or if you think that the demand letter is not based on facts. [Read More]

Hiring The Right Attorney For Your Situation

If you have been charged with a crime and need to hire an attorney to help you, it is important to get one that has experience with the charges you are facing. Hiring a family lawyer to defend you against drug charges is not a good idea, and in most cases, the lawyer would not take the case.  Find a Criminal Attorney The best place to start looking for a criminal law attorney is in your local area. [Read More]

Legal Obstacles You May Face When Purchasing A Home

All properties have a past. When you are considering purchasing a property, you may discover that it has title issues that were not resolved before the house was put up for sale. For this reason, it's a good idea to work with a real estate attorney whenever you purchase a property.  There Might Be Title Issues Before you close on a house, you'll need to perform a title search and purchase title insurance. [Read More]

Distributing Assets Among Children: A Brief Guide

When it comes to creating a will, you must designate beneficiaries, and you must also designate which beneficiaries will receive which assets, once you pass. If you have more than one child, you may be contemplating how you will ever distribute all of your assets in a fair way. Here are three tips to help you do so.  Tip #1: Take into Consideration Their Income and Debt  Fully assess each child's current financial state. [Read More]