Trial Lawyers: Understanding How They Differ From Other Types Of Lawyers

When lawyers advertise, they often advertise what branches of law they practice. Family law, criminal law, personal injury law, etc.; these are all examples of branches of law a lawyer can choose to practice. There are also general attorneys that practice most any type of law. Then there are trial lawyers. To get a clear understanding of how trial lawyers differ from other types of lawyers, here are some pointers. Read More 

What Your Visa Lawyer Needs To Know Before You Apply For Entry

If you're planning to apply for a visitor visa to the United States, you need to be very careful about your application, especially in light of the travel bans and border-denial controversies now occurring in the country. Obtaining a visitor visa doesn't have to be difficult, but it's certainly involved. An immigration lawyer can help you through the process, ensuring you put together the best possible application in your situation, but there are pieces of information that you have to give the lawyer to avoid pitfalls later on. Read More 

Knowing What Lies Ahead: Personal Representative Tasks And Documentation

Being appointed to handle a friend or loved ones' estate is an undisputed honor, and only the most trusted and honest acquaintances are asked to fulfill these duties. It's a good idea, however, to understand what you are in for when it comes to the requirements. Being a personal representative (or executor) is not just a title or honor, it means that you have a job ahead of you. To learn more about what will be expected of you during the probate process and the paperwork you will be dealing with, read on. Read More