Investing in real estate is an exciting idea. If you do it successfully, you may accumulate enough funds to live on without working. One of the best reasons to invest in real estate is that it will usually remain more lucrative than stocks when the economy takes a dip.
If offered the opportunity to provide for their family even after they are gone, many people would embrace it. Estate plans provide that opportunity.
When families become blended, they often must make many changes. Some people may not consider their estate plans in that equation; however, that may be a mistake.
In one of the most important court rulings related to Tennessee DUI law in years, the state Court of Criminal Appeals has ruled that the system of charging defendants $250 for blood-alcohol testing is unconstitutional. The ruling could make prosecutors much more reluctant to charge drivers with DUI based mostly on blood test results, the Chattanooga Times Free Press reports.
Whether individuals have a large number of assets or just a few valuable ones, it is important that they distinguish who should receive them after their passing. A proper estate plan can help with this, and allow testators to provide for their loved ones once they are gone.
More Americans are using digital methods to spy on their partners when their marriages are no longer working. According to a large number of investigators, divorce attorneys and a family court judge interviewed by NPR, increasing numbers of divorcing couples are turning to spying on their partners via their smartphones.
The question of what happens to your parents affairs when they pass away is not an easy one to ask. Not many people are comfortable talking about death and dying. However, adults with aging parents may regret it if they never have “the talk.”
The one thing you can say for sure about Tennessee’s criminal justice system is that nothing is set in stone. All of our civil rights and protections against police abuses are subject to change by the Legislature and the courts. When faced with a new legal controversy, the judge in a criminal case may have to reinterpret an existing law or rule a law invalid in some way.