Archive for the ‘Ask an Attorney’ Category


Ask an Attorney: How can I care for a special needs child in my estate plan?

This post is contributed by Network Law Firm Lincoln & Wenk, PLLC  If you are caring for a person with special needs or you have a child with special needs, you More...


Ask an Attorney: Should I Have a Digital Estate Plan?

This post is contributed by Network Law Firm Zimmet Law Group.  Many people create an estate plan to prepare for what will happen to their assets in the event of their More...


Ask an Attorney: I’m expanding my family, what should I consider regarding estate planning?

This post provided by Network Law Firm Lincoln & Wenk, PLLC Expanding your family is likely a dream that you have had for some time. Now that you are expecting a More...


Ask an Attorney: How can a divorce become contested?

This post is contributed by Network Law Firm Zimmet Law Group.  Upon filing for divorce, spouses can decide to claim a fault ground. However, the option is available to claim a More...


Ask an Attorney: Should my estate plan include a life insurance policy?

This post provided by Network Law Firm Lincoln & Wenk, PLLC Many people don’t think of a life insurance policy as part of an estate plan, but it is. Even if More...


Ask an Attorney: How can a prenuptial agreement benefit me?

This post is provided by Network Law Firm Zimmet Law Group. Getting married is one of the happiest times in an individual’s life. They may have been waiting for this moment More...


Ask an Attorney: Establishing a Guardian for a Disabled Child

This post is provided by Network Law Firm Lincoln & Wenk, PLLC. As a parent of a child with a disability, you probably have a thousand worries for the future. How More...


How Do I Choose an Attorney?

Choosing any professional to work with can be difficult.  This is especially true when choosing legal counsel.  Most commonly you call an attorney when you have a legal issue that More...


Choosing Between Open and Closed Adoption

Traditionally, closed adoptions are very common. However, in the last few decades, open adoptions have become an option that many birth parents and adoptive parents have begun to consider, both More...


Wills and Trusts: What’s the Difference?

Many of us know that a will takes effect after death, at which point your wishes for your asset distribution are carried out. But what if you want to see More...