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3 tips for any young person's estate planning needs

You're young, so the idea of planning for your death might seem far off in the distance. Despite that, there is no way to know how long you'll live, and you may have people and assets you want to protect in the case of serious injury or death.

Even if you're young, one of the best things you can do is start to plan your estate. Your estate plan protects you at times when you're at your most vulnerable. It also protects your children and restricts access to your assets.

Don't underestimate the need for a great criminal defense lawyer

Criminal defense is about more than just building a defense to protect you. It's about guiding you through the criminal trial process and helping you cope with all that comes with the case. It's about preparing you for a possible trial and advising you when a plea deal is or is not a good idea.

Your attorney has experience with cases like yours, and they're also experienced in dealing with the judges, officers, medical examiners, attorneys and others who may work on the case.

3 questions to ask before buying a rental property

When you're looking for a solid investment, real estate might be on your mind. Real estate can be a great way to put your money into an asset that builds your wealth over time and pays off in the immediate future if you choose to have renters.

Real estate can be a risky business, though, if you're not careful about which property you buy. To make things easier on yourself, there are some questions you should ask before moving forward with a purchase.

Get started on your estate plan to protect your interests

Estate planning can be a complicated task, but the good news is that most people can set up a basic estate plan with just a little bit of help from their attorneys and tax or financial advisors. The point of an estate plan is to make sure you have the basic protections in place, like your will, a health care proxy and your durable power of attorney.

The purpose of an estate plan is to protect you and to help maximize what you leave behind to heirs or beneficiaries. Your estate plan can help you minimize taxes and help others understand your wishes once you pass away.

Surviving a brain injury: You deserve time to heal

There are many kinds of brain injuries that you could suffer, and they all have their own implications. Some make it difficult to speak. Others affect your memory. Some might make it hard for you to walk or hear correctly.

With any brain injury, the reality is that it's going to take time to heal. Even a mild concussion can cause symptoms that take days or weeks to resolve.

3 easy steps to creating an estate plan

The thought of creating an estate plan is daunting. Deciding what to do with your assets and assigning people to important roles to make decisions on your behalf may stress you out. But you can accomplish this seemingly intimidating task quite easily. 

Once you get the preparation out of the way, setting up a plan is relatively simple. Here are the core steps to creating a solid estate plan. 

Local zoning laws: Livestock

Zoning laws determine what can or cannot be built on a portion of land. You must abide by the laws, or an entire project could end up being against local ordinances.

One thing that you should understand is the zoning law regarding livestock. Many people like to have small pens of chickens or livestock on residential property, but that's not always allowed.

Starting a business? Get the right legal help

You may have a wonderful idea for a business but not be sure where to start, or you might have started as a sole proprietor and wish to change to a more suitable business structure. Whatever the situation is, it's a good idea to look into your options with the help of a business or commercial attorney.

While there are some steps to creating a business that you can easily do on your own, you shouldn't skimp when it comes to setting up your business entity, creating contracts or setting up your legal protections.

Millville among most dangerous places in New Jersey

According to a recent report, New Jersey has made the list as one of the safest states in the country. According to the recent FBI Uniform Crime Report, New Jersey had an overall violent crime rate that was below half of the national average.

The state is also the third safest for property crimes, though one area, Millville, has a property crime rate higher than the national average. As a resident of Millville, it might not surprise you, especially if you've been accused of committing a property crime yourself. Millville is in the bottom five safest municipalities, and crime rates are approximately .002 per 1,000. The violent crime rate in Millville is also above the state's average of 1.56 violent crimes per 1,000 people.

3 killed in tragic DWI crash

It's hard to imagine your loved ones suddenly losing their lives due to the impact of a drunk driver, but it happens to many people every year. Take, for example, the victims' families in this case from Wayne, New Jersey.

In their case, a driver was intoxicated when he lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a Camaro that contained a father and son. The 29-year-old man's vehicle also collided with a Nissan Rogue, and debris went on to damage multiple other vehicles.

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