Challenging a Parent's Will: 3 Types of Evidence You'll Need to Apply for a Testator's Family Maintenance Claim

Posted on: 16 August 2016

While the person who made the will has a right to divide and give away their property however they see fit, the court can make provisions via a Testator's Family Maintenance (TFM) order if it decides that a claimant requires maintenance and support from the estate. If you're the child of the deceased and have been left out of the will, you will want to consider legal services and speak to a lawyer immediately to determine whether you can apply for a TFM order, as the application must be filed within 6 months of the grant of probate or letters of administration being made.
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Contemplating Divorce: Three Key Considerations When Seeking a Divorce Lawyer

Posted on: 13 July 2016

Since many people have no prior experience with legal issues regarding divorce, they may end up wasting their time and money as they seek a divorce lawyer who fits their needs. Finding a good lawyer can be rewarding because it will make the divorce process short, less-expensive, and without emotional outbursts. This article highlights some key considerations when seeking the services of a divorce lawyer.  Ask Former Divorce Clients and Law Society the Right Questions -- When it comes to the critical matter of divorce, you do not want to stake your life and wealth on an inexperienced lawyer.
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Accident Lawyers: Expense Or Investment?

Posted on: 27 June 2016

After a car accident, you're likely to be shocked and emotionally overwhelmed. However, you shouldn't let the shock and the emotions cloud the objectivity of the decisions you make right after the accident. Because legal services are relatively expensive, you might want to evaluate whether you really need the services of an accident lawyer. Here are three situations in which you should hire an accident attorney without a second thought.
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