There have been important new developments for New York taxpayers over the past two months, some of which may require your immediate attention.
Tests can be frightening. Math tests, driving tests, medical tests – for many people, these are among the most intensely stressful experiences that we go through.
Some of the most intriguing cases to read are those dealing with missing persons and the administration of their property.
The Estate of Michael Jackson is battling it out with the IRS in a dispute over the value of the late pop star’s estate.
Miami is a hot bed for start-up businesses and entrepreneurs, and is one of the most innovative business communities in the country.
A Better Standard for Undue Influence in California Trust and Will Cases: Part 3–Actions of the Influencer
This is part three of a four part post discussing the newly created standard for proving undue influence directly in California Trust and Will contests.
Many teenagers fantasize about running away from home at some point in their lives. Few actually do it. Fewer still go so far as to sue their parents for support once they have left the home.
On February 23, 2014, the Federal Liberal party of Canada passed a resolution which aims to de-criminalize medically assisted suicide.
For those with family members who suffer from dementia or Alzheimer’s, the fear that can be associated with ensuring that your loved one is properly looked after can often be all encompassing.