Talk To Your Financial Power Of Attorney About Your Approach To Investing

Having your estate planning attorney draw up paperwork to name a financial power of attorney for you is about more than just selecting the right individual. You must also have a series of discussions with this trusted person — including several that also involve your attorney — so that he or she is acutely aware of the duties that will be necessary when you cannot make decisions about your financial matters. [Read More]

3 Things To Consider When Choosing A Law Firm To Handle Your Legal Needs

Before choosing a law firm to handle your current and future legal needs, there are a few things to consider that will help ensure that you make the right decision. Consider these factors. 1. What Kind of Legal Support Do You Need? One of the most important things to consider when choosing a law firm to work with is what kinds of legal support you need now and foresee needing in the future. [Read More]

Three Types Of Barbershop Injuries For Which You Could Seek Damages

Most people visit the barbershop for a trim and leave without ever thinking about the risks that they've just encountered. While it's true that the vast majority of barbershop visits are perfectly safe — other than perhaps a minor nick on the back of your neck — there are also some risks that could be more serious. If you sustained an injury of any nature at a barbershop, and it's impacting your life by limiting your ability to work or impeding your emotional health, you should retain a personal injury attorney and talk about the incident. [Read More]

Adding Income And Social Security

For those unable to work due to a medical condition, Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) can provide a small monthly payment. It's difficult and time-consuming to apply and get approved and then you might be surprised at the low amount you will be receiving each month. SSDI is not supposed to be a substitute for the income you were earning at your last job and most people will be challenged to live on what is provided even when they do get approved. [Read More]