Has the time come to finally create an estate plan, but you are not sure if you should create a will or a trust? If so, you'll want to know the following things about them. Wills When you create a will, you are essentially creating a written document that decides who will receive what assets. This can be very straightforward with one person receiving all your assets or very specific with certain people getting certain assets. [Read More]
Creating A Child Custody Agreement: Things To Consider
One of the biggest challenges for many divorcing parents is establishing a solid plan for child custody. There are many different aspects that go into a custody agreement, and it's important that you work with a child custody attorney to be sure that the agreement you and your former spouse come to is legally enforceable. Here's a look at some of the components required in a thorough child custody agreement. [Read More]
You May Be Entitled To Compensation For An Intubation Error
Intubation is a medical practice that must be carried out properly. When you are undergoing surgery, you must receive an adequate amount of oxygen. Failure to receive enough oxygen can lead to injury or death. If you have become injured as a result of a general anesthesiologist failing to properly intubate you, a medical malpractice attorney may be able to help you file a successful claim. How Intubation Works When you undergo surgery, you will need to undergo general anesthesia. [Read More]
Is Anyone At Fault After An Accident Involving An Animal?
When an animal jumps out in front of a motorist and the driver then needs to make an emergency maneuver to avoid an accident, you might wonder who is at fault for the accident. In many cases, the driver operating the vehicle may still be held responsible if they do not show due care when responding to the accident. Is the Animal at Fault? In some cases, the animal is the only party that caused the accident and you will not be entitled to compensation. [Read More]