Trusts gained popularity in the 1970s as an estate planning device, with several advantages over a Last Will and Testament. In more recent years, they have become a popular way to purchase items regulated by the National Firearms Act of 1934, such as sound suppressors (or silencers), short-barreled rifles and shotguns, and fully-automatic firearms.
Do you know what will happen to your property when you die? What about your children? Some people believe that if they die without a will, all their property will go to the state. This isn't usually true--in most cases, state law will divide your property among your closest family members. However, without a Last Will and Testament, you have no way of naming a guardian for your children in the event of your death. We can prepare a Last Will and Testament for you, to distribute your belongings as you choose, and properly provide for your children.
The Army Physical Disability Evaluation System (APDES), also known as the Integrated Disability Evaluation System (IDES) or a Medical Evaluation Board (MEB), is a difficult time for Soldiers. You are being forced to leave the Army, not on your own terms, and the various agencies involved make the process confusing and frustrating. We can help you understand the process, and ensure that your interests are represented throughout.
Debt collectors are governed by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, a federal law which protects consumers from the all-too-common abusive practices of debt collectors. If you're being harrassed by debt collectors, give us a call to protect your rights.