Legal Aid: A Blog About Laws And Legal Processes

Legal Aid: A Blog About Laws And Legal Processes

  • Importance of conveyancing searches

    You have located your dream house and instructed your conveyancing solicitor to speed up the sale process. So that's it, right? Well, not quite. One of the responsibilities of your conveyancer is to inform you about the conveyancing searches that ought to be performed on the property. So what are conveyancing searches? These searches aim to disclose additional information about the property that isn't obvious or noticeable by the buyer on physical inspection.

  • How Do You Obtain A Will After Someone Has Died?

    The death of a loved one injects sadness, pain and grief in the lives of those he or she has left behind. And after you are done with the burial, you are faced with the challenge of determining what the deceased left for you. A majority of people think that acquiring a will is a straightforward process, particularly if you are a relative of the deceased. But unless the deceased left clear directions on where the will and its copies can be found, you may actually have a real problem on your hands.

  • When to Call a Probate Lawyer to Contest a Will

    A probate lawyer is one who deals in the dissemination of an estate after a person has died. They may help handle the reading of the will and help with the dispersal of assets and can also help a person design and word their will so they know their wishes will be respected after their passing. A probate lawyer can also help someone who wants to contest a will or how an estate was handled after a person's death.

  • What you should know about disorderly conduct crimes

    Disorderly conduct crimes are crimes that are related to the way you behave in a public setting. It is typically considered a minor crime based on how you were behaving, typically due to causing a disturbance. If you were arrested for this type of crime, it helps to know more about it, including what acts qualify for disorderly conduct and what the potential punishments are. There Are Verbal and Physical Forms 

  • Important people to include in your will planning

    Writing a will can be an emotionally draining process, as you know that this probably is the last words you'll ever speak to your remaining relatives. It can also be quite a complicated legal process, as it has to be able to be used as a document in court if someone were to question your will. In order for you to write a will that's legally binding, while also making sure that all of your wishes are made a reality, there are important people that you need to assign particular roles to.

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Legal Aid: A Blog About Laws And Legal Processes

Welcome! My name is Jessica, and I work as a legal aid secretary. I am in awe of the lawyers in my office and the variety of cases they cover. From injury compensation to family court matters, they need to understand the law in a broad range of areas. As a legal secretary, it is often my job to research particular points of law or find certain cases for reference. It is a fascinating job and I work hard to keep up with the constant changes to our laws and legal processes. Friends and family often ask me for direction on legal matters and whilst I explain that I am no expert, I usually manage to provide sound advice. This blog is for people who share my passion for the law or who want to understand more about our legal system. I hope you find it engaging and useful.