That's A Big Responsibility: 3 Things You'll Have To Do As Executor Of An Estate

Posted on: 13 July 2016

If someone has asked you to be the executor of their estate, it's not something you should take lightly, especially if you're not sure what the job entails. Your basic obligations will be to make sure that the proceeds from the estate are distributed in accordance with the will. That's the short answer. The long version of what your responsibilities will be is somewhat more complex. Here are three responsibilities you'll have if you accept the calling to be executor of the will.
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A Guide To Understanding Bail Bonds And Your Options For Helping Someone Get Released From Jail

Posted on: 27 June 2016

If you have a friend or loved one who has been arrested and you would like to skip the fees associated with going through a bonds company, it is important to be aware of important information about bail bonds. For instance, you eventually will get all or the majority of your money back, assuming that the person you are helping makes all of the court dates as scheduled. However, it could take months, or even years, in order to do so.
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Three Major Differences Between Workers' Compensation And Personal Injury Claims

Posted on: 7 June 2016

Depending on the nature of the accident, on-the-job injuries may be compensated by workers' compensation insurance or personal injury settlement. Therefore, it's good to know the major differences between the two forms of compensation. They have major differences in these three areas: The Need for Fault You can only get personal injury compensation if you can prove that somebody is responsible (i.e. was at fault) for your accident. This isn't the case with workers' compensation benefits; you may receive them even if no one caused your injuries.
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Proving Your Landlord's Negligence In Clearing A Parking Area During Inclement Weather

Posted on: 19 May 2016

If you became injured as you were walking in the parking area in your apartment complex, and you believe your landlord knowingly refused to clear the path for tenants during inclement weather, you will most likely want to press charges in an attempt to obtain compensation to pay for your medical expenses. Unless you signed paperwork stating your landlord was not responsible for the condition of the parking area, you most likely have a case against them for failing to keep tenants safe.
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