Introduction to Collaborative Law

BLOGGED: Introduction to Collaborative Law   Collaborative divorce is a solution-oriented alternative to the traditional divorce and litigation method. The collaborative approach blends the benefits of each party having representation while negotiating face-to-face in a civil and respectful manner. The parties and lawyers work together as a team to reach an acceptable, comprehensive divorce settlement. […]

August: National Make-a-Will Month

BLOGGED: August: National Make-a-Will Month   August is National Make-a-Will Month. It is important to have a will, regardless of whether you have children or own a lot of assets. If you do not have a will, the distribution of your assets is pre-determined. Without a will, you cannot choose your beneficiaries, nor can you […]

The Healthcare Power of Attorney and Living Will

BLOGGED: The Healthcare Power of Attorney and Living Will     A power of attorney (POA) is a document in which you (the principal) appoint another person (the agent) to manage your affairs in the event you are not able to do so. The healthcare power of attorney allows your agent to make medical decisions […]