DUTY TO CORRECT EXAMINATIONS

Monday, July 21st, 2014

As we know, estate litigation can sometimes drag on for many years with the parties conducting multiple examinations for discovery. Over the course of time it can be easy to forget our obligations under Rule 31.09 of the Rules of Civil Procedure. According to the Rule, after an examination for ...

Where to Go? Rise of the Senior Relocation Industry

Friday, July 11th, 2014

There is a growing industry that provides relocation assistance to older adults and their families. A lot of seniors are turning to professionals to make informed decisions to avoid the costly mistakes and remorse that can accompany major lifestyle transitions. The guidance that is available covers such things as whether ...

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A WILL, A LIVING WILL AND AN ETHICAL WILL?

Friday, June 6th, 2014

A Will is a written and signed document that names one or more estate trustees to manage your assets and provides a plan for passing your assets on after you die. If you don't make this plan yourself, the legislature has provided a default plan through statute. A living will, also ...