Ready To Put A Deposit Down To Build A New Home? Get A Lawyer First

If you are ready to break ground on a new house with a local builder, but you are getting to the point that you need to sign contracts and you don't have a lot of information about the contracts that you need to sign, there are some things that you want to take into consideration, and you want a lawyer. Have a construction lawyer help you through the building process, to make sure that you understand the terms of the contract and what the builder is liable for. [Read More]

Three Reasons Why You Should Involve More Than Just Your Heirs In Estate Planning

Estate planning is a big deal. You have to decide which of your heirs gets what. That is difficult enough without worrying about what happens after you have passed away. As you sit down to write a will, you really should sit down with a probate lawyer. Do not just invite your heirs around a table, and discuss ad nauseum about who wants what, and who gets what. Even with four or five people present, these " [Read More]

Preventing Your Neighbor's Tree From Damaging Your House

If your neighbor's compound has a dangerous tree that is leaning towards your side of the fence, then you need to be preemptive and take steps to prevent the tree from damaging your property or causing you injury. This is much better than waiting for the tree to fall and then suing your neighbor for damages. Here are some of the preemptive measures that may help: Talk To the Neighbor First [Read More]

Causes Of Negligence On A Child's Sports Team

When your child joins a sports team, you may be concerned about the fees for joining the team and making sure they get to practice on time. Although most children tend to come out unscathed, there is always the possibility that your child may get hurt. Many sports injuries are just a matter of accident and can't be helped. There are other accidents that are caused as a matter of negligence, due to the coaches or the field or building owners. [Read More]