Careful and Compassionate Blogs About the Law: A Legal Blog
While making a will is a simple way of directing how your assets are used after your death, some people need more complex estate plans. In some cases, it helps to set up trusts. Trusts enable you to ring-fence your assets so that they go to the right people. They often come with useful advantages like tax breaks. You can also use specialist products, like spendthrift trusts, to more precisely control how beneficiaries access and use your money after you die.
You are probably aware of the fact that purchasing a house is not simply about putting the money up and acquiring the property. Instead, there is a significant amount of paperwork involved in the process. And even after you have concluded agreements with your lender and paid for the house you have set your sights on, you may end up losing the property if its ownership is not legally transferred to you.
Welcome to my blog. My name is Gina, and I used to work as a paralegal. That experience was amazing, and I got a great behind the scenes look at the law. In this blog, I am going to take that information and write carefully researched blogs that take a compassionate look at the various aspects of the law. I may write about everything, from personal injury, to divorce, to other types of cases.
After leaving the legal world, I worked as a corporate writer for a large insurance company until my first son was born. Now, five years later, I am ready to get back in the work force, and I am working on creating a larger writing portfolio. I hope to include this blog as part of it, but more importantly, I hope these posts answer your questions about legal issues.