Covid 19 Tip #3: In these uncertain times, a bit of advanced preparation can save a lot of heartache and create peace of mind. Today's tip is this: take the time to make a list of people you trust to help you with your responsibilities and then make sure they know how to contact each other. First, think through your responsibilities, and think through your typical week. Who depends on … [Read more...] about Covid 19 Tip: Make a List of your Trusted Helpers
What is something were to happen to you? Would someone be able to carry on for you while you were ill and recovering? What if you were to die unexpectedly? Is there at least one other person who knows where to find "all the important stuff"? Whenever I talk with a client about planning ahead, I talk to them about more than just drafting legal documents. Yes, a Will and Powers of Attorney are … [Read more...] about Organizing Important Information “Just in Case”
So, you have a legal problem... maybe. But maybe you can handle it yourself. Or maybe it won't get too serious... or maybe it will go away.How do you decide when to see an attorney?Of course, the decision varies from person to person and case to case. But here are some situations that should cause you to seek help right away. You have been served with a lawsuit. If you have been served, … [Read more...] about LEGAL 911— WHEN should you Contact a Lawyer?
Recently, I was privileged to attend a luncheon regarding Emergency Preparedness sponsored by Interfaith of The Woodlands and The Woodlands Township. Here are some important and practical tips: www.readyhoustontx.gov is full of information and videos to help you prepare your home, family and business. Interesting and informative videos are available. There are mobile apps that help to … [Read more...] about Are you READY for an EMERGENCY?
Is your divorce and family law attorney "there for you" in an emergency? What is a "true" emergency? How should you handle an emergency in your family law case? Legal problems sometimes do result in true emergencies. There are also urgent situations that feel like emergencies because they are "emotional emergencies". When you have an attorney, it is normal to want and hope for answers … [Read more...] about Is Your Divorce and Family Law Attorney There for you in an Emergency?