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When someone inherits a home or similar property, the mortgage obligation is usually part of the deal.
A "premises liability" personal injury case aims to hold a property owner or operator responsible for harm caused by dangerous property conditions.
What if you're not even sure there is a will? How to conduct your search and what to do if you can’t find the will.
A "spendthrift trust" is designed to protect a beneficiary who might otherwise quickly spend or lose any inheritance.
Here are some tips on how to get Social Security disability benefits for bipolar disorder.
Last-minute wills, often called "deathbed wills," can be just as valid as a will created in a lawyer's office.
A negligent supervision claim is possible when a child is injured due to the carelessness or inattention of a caregiver.
The collateral source rule prevents an injured person's damages from being reduced by payments from their own medical insurance, workers compensation, or other third party sources.
Oral wills might have worked when many people were illiterate, but not today. These days, a written and signed will is necessary.
Learn about what it takes to prove a medical malpractice lawsuit, starting with the doctor's legal obligations.