Estate Planning Considerations When Separated but Not Divorced

As the divorce rate among married couples has stabilized at around forty-five percent in recent decades, an increasing amount of couples looking to split have taken the approach of staying permanently separated, but not legally divorced. Although looking from either spouse’s point of view, such Read More …

Deaf, Mute and Blind- When Is A Person Considered “Incapacitated?”

Generally speaking, a person is considered incapacitated when he or she is no longer able or competent enough to manage his own personal affairs and maintain his or her own physical well-being. Though incapacitation can be the result of a number of mental illnesses, the Read More …