Posts tagged with "conflict"



Estate Planning · July 16, 2021
Britney Spears’ Nightmare Conservatorship Underscores The Vital Importance Of Incapacity Planning—Part 2
Although Britney's story is certainly tragic and we can't be sure how it will ultimately play out, her case has at least shined a spotlight the possible pitfalls within the conservatorship and inspires you to make certain that you and your loved ones have the proper estate planning strategies in place to prevent the loss of autonomy, family conflict, and potential abuse that comes with court-ordered conservatorships and guardianships.
Business · June 22, 2021
Rethink Your Relationship With Legal Agreements: Deal With Change And Conflict In A Clear And Healthy Way
As business owners, you've likely presented with legal documents that contained terms you didn't fully understand. You may have even signed documents that you didn't completely read because you were intimidated by the confusing legalese. Unfortunately, such scenarios are far too common, but it doesn't have to be. Rather than creating confusion and anxiety, the agreement process should be your opportunity to create clarity on your relationships, policies, and delivery of your product or services.
Estate Planning · November 01, 2019
Being left in the hands of unscrupulous guardians appointed by the court can be the most frightening aspect for you in the event you become incapacitated, given that you may have a loving and caring family members, but are unable to take care of you. Putting up a plan in place that clearly states all your wishes and consent prevents such from happening and ensures that the individual of your choice can make legal decisions on your behalf according to how you wanted them to be. 
Business · October 15, 2019
DIY legal services may appear inexpensive at first glance but a more in-depth look reveals that they could cost your business dearly. Read here to know its several anticipated costs. Consult with us to help you and your business established a solid legal foundation.
Estate Planning · October 01, 2019
As a parent, your children are your priority and their safety is your main responsibility. In order to make sure your children are safe, even after your death, you must prepare for their care. One of the most important things to decide is who you want your children’s guardian to be if something happens to you. Here are some things to consider when deciding who that perfect person could be or even, people you would never want to leave your children with.