What You Need To Know About Powers Of Attorney

Posted on: 29 June 2015

Giving someone power of attorney can be a useful tool, but the concept confuses many. If you have been advised that you need to complete a POA, you should know that there are several different types that are used for different purposes. For a guide to the four main types of power of attorney, read on. 1.  General Power Of Attorney This is the most commonly used POA and gives broad powers to the named agent.
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Three Reasons To Hire A Patent Attorney

Posted on: 15 June 2015

The growth of the internet has made it more possible than ever to get your ideas out into the world. This also opens up greater opportunities to have your ideals stolen, which is why you need to learn the best ways to safeguard your investments. In that regard, you might need to touch base with a patent lawyer to make sure that your intellectual property is always secure. If you have never worked with a patent lawyer before, read about these benefits, and touch base with a professional in your area who can assist you further.
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Is A Living Trust Right For You?

Posted on: 2 June 2015

A will is a legal document that lets you determine how your assets are divided after you die. There are some problems with a will, including the fact that it can take some time for the will to be probated, which means that it has to be verified and validated by the judge of the probate court. This is also the time when anyone who contests the will may show up.
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3 Mistakes That Could Hurt Your Slip-And-Fall Injury Claim

Posted on: 14 May 2015

You're out enjoying a wonderful afternoon of shopping with your closest friends when, all of the sudden, you slip and fall on a slippery floor. You're embarrassed and, as you attempt to get up, you experience a white hot pain in your back. You know you need to seek medical attention, but you're also thinking ahead; you're going to call a personal injury lawyer to help you file a claim against the store owner, who failed to put up a "
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