Examples Of Situations That May Trigger The Replacement Of An Estate Executor

Posted on: 25 January 2016

A probate court will be reluctant to interfere in an executor's work as long as he or she is working within the directions of the decedent or for the benefit of the estate. However, this doesn't mean that an executor's job is guaranteed to last the duration of the estate. Situations that may call for the replacement of the executor include: There Is a Conflict Of Interest An executor can only perform his or her duties to the estate if he or she doesn't have an interest in it.
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Suing After A Brain Injury: What Damages Are Recoverable?

Posted on: 7 January 2016

It isn't uncommon for a brain injury to result in irreversible mental and physical damage. When you decide to pursue a lawsuit, a number will eventually be determined of what your injuries are worth. This is known as damages, which typically comes in two forms: compensatory and punitive. As a general rule, punitive damages are only awarded when the defendant needs to be directly punished as a result of their reckless actions.
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3 Tips for Negotiating a Settlement in Your Gray Divorce

Posted on: 18 December 2015

Are you preparing for a divorce late in life? Such divorces, often called gray divorces, aren't uncommon. As your kids move out of the house or you approach retirement, you and your spouse may enter a new phase in your lives. You may find that while the relationship worked in past life phases, it doesn't work anymore. Kids may not be an issue in your gray divorce, but that doesn't mean that the process will be simple.
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Two Tips To Help Increase Your Chances Of Getting Approved For Disability

Posted on: 2 December 2015

Whether your disability is physical or mental, if it's making it difficult for you to make a livelihood for yourself, you know that it's time to file for disability.  However, while it would seem that filing for disability would be a fairly cut-and-dried process, it's not always this way.  Approximately 70 percent of disability claims are denied the first time, and this could spell disaster if you are depending on those funds to pay bills and stay afloat.
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