What Happens to Firearms When People Die?

Losing a loved one puts people through many difficult tasks, including the emotional labor of grieving their loss and the work involved in settling their estate. Hopefully, the person who passed away had a will that helps direct their loved ones on how to carry out...

Confusing Legal Terms in the Courthouse

Understanding the details of your family law or estate planning legal case can be tough enough, let alone keeping up with courthouse terms. Here is an explanation of some confusing legal terms you might encounter in the courthouse regarding the parts of a legal case,...

Clearing Up 3 Myths About Divorce 

  No one really wants to get divorced. Everyone who gets wed and ties their life to another hopes the union has what it takes to last. Breakups are painful, messy, and can even get mean.  Divorce elevates the situation even further, with legal and financial...

Breaking down confusing estate planning terms

You’ve finally made the decision to plan for what happens to assets when you eventually die, and you know it’s a smart move to make financial plans for the future. As you dig into the process, however, you’re confronted with a whole new set of terms to sort out....

What to Expect at Every Stage of Divorce

Legal dissolution means the marriage has officially ended, but that step represents only one part of the divorce process. Divorcing your spouse involves shifts in nearly every aspect of life, from your home, emotions, and finances, to your social and even spiritual...