Learn the essentials of family law and its impact on newborns, grandparents, and everyone in between.
While most wills are upheld in courts, there are four main legal reasons that a will may be overturned.
State laws dictate the order that assets will be passed down if you die without a will.
If you're wondering “How do I create a will?", there's good news: Making a will can be done quickly and easily on your computer. Just start thinking…
When you sign as someone's power of attorney, you must note that you are legally signing on their behalf.
Even if you aren't the biological father of a child, you may be legally obligated to provide for them.
The 2001 Child Citizenship Act aimed to simplify the process of granting citizenship to the foreign-born children of American citizens.
California has standardized forms to help you with your power of attorney planning.
Almost everyone needs a power of attorney at some point. Find out what a power of attorney can do, how to get one, and why you need it.
Use this guide to navigate the name change process in Texas.
The cost of a name change varies depending on where you live and the type of name change you want.