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Is The Government Condemning Your Land? Here's How To Make Sure You Get A Fair Valuation.

Your world can be turned upside down in a moment if you get a notice in the mail saying your land is being condemned. Thanks to a legal concept known as "eminent domain," state and federal government municipalities have a right to actually take private land for public use, provided the owner of the property is given fair compensation (a power they first exercised in 1876). But "fair compensation" is always a sticking point, with many people feeling like the government's offer on their land isn't sufficient.

3 Things You Should Know Regarding An Uncontested Divorce

It can be difficult to look at someone you were supposed to spend forever with and realize that your journey together has ended. It is even tougher to handle the separation when one or both of you aren't ready for it. Sometimes people will use tactics to lengthen the battle and maximize the emotional pain inflicted on the other party. Fortunately, you can avoid such complications when you and your spouse get on the same page about the divorce.

Real Estate And Estate Matters: What To Know

For many, what they consider their family home comprises the largest part of their entire estate. With real estate values climbing ever higher lately, the home may be even more valuable than many realize. Read on to find out more about how probate will handle a home and what can be done to make things easier on your loved ones. Following a Will If a will is probated, the home is likely addressed within it.

Don't Fret Anymore! Tips For Winning A Personal Injury Case

Getting injured through the negligence of another party leaves you with not only physical wounds but also financial and emotional strains. For that reason, it's advisable to compel the insurance company to compensate you for the losses.  But you have to create a solid case and ensure all the odds lie on your side. Winning an injury case can be tricky without the legal guidance of a personal injury attorney. The following tips will also go a long way in securing a favorable outcome.

3 Key Reasons To Hire A Trust Attorney

Living trusts can be complicated, confusing legal documents. The process of creating one is often overwhelming and frustrating for many people who are not familiar with the ins and outs of estate planning. Luckily, a trust attorney can help you draft this document and prevent a few common mistakes that might lead to your trust becoming invalid or revoked by the courts. Here are three key reasons to hire these attorneys.