Will and Estate Planning Guide: Everything You Need to Know
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Will and Estate Planning Guide: Everything You Need to Know

Published February 9, 2018 |Posted in Estate Planning Attorney

Will and Estate Planning Guide: Everything You Need to Know

You’ve probably thought about what would happen to your family and loved ones if you were to pass away at least once if your life. Even if there’s nothing wrong with your health, it’s not uncommon for humans to mull over the consequences of their death. One thing that comes to mind is how your family would handle the fact that you’re gone. Chances are, if something happened to you, they would be traumatized and in emotional distress. But it can be much worse if you don’t take the necessary measures to reduce the legal stress and financial burden on …

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Can Child Custody Be Reversed? How to Modify the Arrangement

Published February 8, 2018 |Posted in Family Law Attorney

Can Child Custody Be Reversed? How to Modify the Arrangement

What worked years ago may not work now. This is especially true for child custody arrangements, which is why it’s important to understand that you can modify child custody in Wesley Chapel and elsewhere in Florida, but only in certain circumstances. If your current child custody agreement is no longer suitable for you or your child’s best interests or needs, you can request a child custody medication in court with the help of a Wesley Chapel family law attorney. If you’re dealing with any of the following, you may be entitled to a child custody modification. Current child custody is …

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Basics of Premises Liability: How to Sue a Property Owner for Injuries?

Published February 2, 2018 |Posted in Premises Liability

Basics of Premises Liability: How to Sue a Property Owner for Injuries?

Injuries do happen. But when you get injured on someone else’s private property or in public place – when are you entitled to sue the property owner and file a premises liability lawsuit? Most residents of Wesley Chapel seem to not understand the basics of premises liability laws in Florida. And this, in turn, obliterates their chances of a speedy recovery. Moreover, they tend to pay for their medical expenses from their own pocket, thinking that they were the ones at fault for their accident. Today, we brought our Wesley Chapel premises liability attorney at DHW Law to review the …

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7 Surprising Reasons Why Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is a GOOD Option

Published February 1, 2018 |Posted in Bankruptcy

7 Surprising Reasons Why Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is a GOOD Option

If you’re going through a rough patch and are crushed by financial problems, you must have thought about declaring bankruptcy. You’ve probably even talked to your friends about it and googled your best options when filing for bankruptcy. But you can spend countless hours reading tons of information about bankruptcy, and still have no clue what to do and how to get yourself out of this heavy burden of financial problems. Luckily for you, we have a Wesley Chapel bankruptcy attorney who is ready to talk to you about the reasons why Chapter 7 bankruptcy might be a good option …

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What Is the Difference between Civil Law and Criminal Law?

Published January 27, 2018 |Posted in Civil Law Attorney

What Is the Difference between Civil Law and Criminal Law?

If you’re unfamiliar with the law and how it works, you may be wondering what the difference between criminal law and civil law is. In simple terms, the main difference is that civil law deals with cases where contracts have been broken, and criminal law applies where a crime has been committed against a person. It will normally involve a person committing an offense against another person, and will always require that at least one law has been broken. If you want to know more about the differences between civil and criminal law, our Wesley Chapel civil law attorneys explain …

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Motorcycle Accident Ends Tragically

Published January 26, 2018 |Posted in Motorcycle Collision Attorney

Motorcycle Accident Ends Tragically

As the family of a 28-year-old Wesley Chapel woman who tragically died following a collision in December knows all too well, the Florida weather enabling bikers to use their motorcycles all year round isn’t always a good thing. OK, so it’s fun to get on your bike and ride, but a biker is very vulnerable in a collision. After all, when you’re up against cars and trucks, your body isn’t going to come off too well. Fatal Motorcycle Collision in Wesley Chapel On December 17 last year, 28-year-old Erica Kristen Rodriguez was riding her Kawasaki motorcycle along Lutz Lane Fern …

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What Is Foreclosure and Other Questions Owners Have

Published January 19, 2018 |Posted in Foreclosure

What Is Foreclosure and Other Questions Owners Have

Foreclosure can be a very scary word, even if you’re not entirely sure what it actually means. Any word which relates to losing your home can’t be pleasant, can it? Owning a home isn’t all about being pleasant, however, so, even if you’re not in any financial trouble at the moment, you should make sure you know exactly what you’re getting into. Our Wesley Chapel real estate foreclosure attorney answers some of the most common foreclosure and home ownership questions they hear. The Answers You Need about Foreclosure The following points should answer some of your foreclosure-related questions but, if …

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Common Questions About Probate

Published January 18, 2018 |Posted in Estate Planning Attorney

Common Questions About Probate

Contemplating your own mortality is never an appealing prospect but, unfortunately, the only certainties in life are death and taxes, so you’ll need to consider both at some point and prepare a will. As you may already know, if you die without leaving a valid will which clearly expresses your wishes, probate can become a very complex process. In fact, even where you do leave a perfectly clear and valid will, probate can throw up some issues. To save your heirs from unnecessary stress after your death, take heed of a Wesley Chapel estate planning attorney answers to some common …

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The Importance of Claiming Paternity for Child Support Cases

Published January 13, 2018 |Posted in Paternity Attorney

The Importance of Claiming Paternity for Child Support Cases

Did you know that establishing paternity is one of the most important aspects of child support law in Wesley Chapel and other areas of Florida? Where a claim for child support is being made, paternity must be legally determined, both for the purposes of resolving family law disputes, and for the peace of mind of the child, father, and extended family. If you’re paying child support, it’s imperative that you have legal paternity to ensure your rights as a father are protected. What is Paternity? While you may be familiar with the word “paternity” as relating to a father in …

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Florida Among Few States That Allow 3 Parents for One Child. How Does This Work?

Published January 12, 2018 |Posted in Family Law Attorney

Florida Among Few States That Allow 3 Parents for One Child. How Does This Work?

You know how reproduction works – boy meets girl, they have a baby and become parents. Right? Biologically, that may mostly be correct, but it’s not the only way of doing things nowadays. Divorce or death of a partner can mean that a child ends up with stepparents but, even then, parenting tends to b done as part of a couple, be that dad and stepmom or mom and stepdad. While it only takes two people to actually make a baby, Florida is one of the few states that legally recognize three parents for one child. Our Wesley Chapel family …

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