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What Is The Point Of Probate?

The point of probate is to properly administer the estate of the deceased. Typically, it is administration of the estate of a loved one. Probate means to prove. Probate is… Read more →

What Is A Hardship Discharge In Chapter 13?

The core of a Chapter 13 bankruptcy case is a three to five year repayment plan. The ability to stretch out past-due balances across 36-60 months can mean the difference… Read more →

Why Do Unhappy Couples Stay Married?

For a lot of people, being successful in love is at least as important as being successful at work or with their family. But there’s nothing easy about finding a… Read more →

Accident Lawyer Available Today

While there is no specific guideline or deadline as to when you have to hire an accident injury attorney, especially after a car accident injury, it is very important to… Read more →

Charge DUI

An arrest for Driving under the Influence (DUI) or Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) can be scary and stressful, but knowing what to expect from the legal process can help in… Read more →

501C3 Non-Profit

Most nonprofits are 501(c)(3) organizations, which means they are formed for religious, charitable, scientific, literary, or educational purposes and are eligible for federal and state tax exemptions. To create a… Read more →

Farmington Utah Divorce Attorney

When the Utah Territorial Legislature created Davis County in 1852, it placed the county seat at North Cottonwood and renamed it Farmington. The small Mormon farming community gradually adopted its… Read more →

What Is Better A Chapter 7 Or 13?

The truth is everyone’s situation is different and we’d need to analyze your specific circumstances. With that said, in many cases, Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a better fit than Chapter… Read more →

Lawyer For Catholic Church

The Holy See also employs lawyers when there is a lawsuit in the Utah District Courts. There are also canon lawyers who first attend seminary then go to canon law… Read more →

Will Banks Release Money Without Probate?

The short answer is usually no. If you own an account in your own name, and don’t designate a payable-on-death beneficiary then the account will probably have to go through… Read more →