Blog

Our blogs cover a wide variety of legal topics that business owners and individuals frequently ask us about. We hope that you will browse the topics below and find the blog that interests you. Check back often for fresh blogs.

January 11, 2017

Immigration Scams

Today I met with a client, and heard the same story I keep hearing since I began practicing immigration law. She was another victim of an Immigration scam. The client paid a different attorney thousands of dollars to help him with his immigration case, then the attorney disappeared and nothing ever happened.
January 10, 2017

Expectations for Your Partners Part I: How an Operating Agreement Could Save your Business

Expectations for Your Partners Part I: How an Operating Agreement Could Save your Business. Attorney Isaac Carr, JD MBA, CCSK Law, Contact us: 219-200-3902
January 5, 2017

7 Questions to Ask When You First Meet with an Indiana Estate Planning Lawyer

In this blog post we cover 7 key questions you might ask to your estate planning lawyer at your first meeting for a better understanding of estate planning.
January 5, 2017

Is Estate Planning Only for the Wealthy?

Most people neglect estate planning because of the stigma that it's only for the rich. In this article we cover why that's a false and dangerous notion.
January 3, 2017

Parents Dilemma – Guardianship of Young Children

A parent cannot directly appoint (i.e., give legal authority) a Guardian. The parent can influence the guardianship process by nominating a person(s) to be considered by the Court to be appointed the Guardian. The nomination must be properly made in the proper legal documentation.
December 23, 2016

Big Picture Business Part I: Why Your Mission and Vision matter

Find your Mission and Vision with the help of this guide with easy to understand explanations.
December 22, 2016

A Mother’s Worry – The Tragic Death of Parents of Young Children

Like most people, young parents believe they need a “Will.” They are not sure why. And, like most people, they do not know the importance of several other key documents they should execute for other situations that may occur if parents are incapacitated and do not die.
December 19, 2016

5 Essential Documents 5 Essential Questions

Many times, people believe an estate plan is accomplished with a "Will." Many do not know or understand why. Additionally, they do not know that a "Will" is not enough, and, in fact, may not be necessary.
November 28, 2016

You’ve Got the Power with a Power of Attorney

In Elder Law Planning, it is important to do the preventative maintenance. A good Elder Law plan puts the documentation, including proper Power in Attorneys in place, before the break-down occurs, which could result in an incapacity that no longer allows preventative planning.
November 21, 2016

Elder Law Radio Show

Greg Farrall's weekly WVLP radio show - Money Matters with Greg - hosted Elder Law Attorney RG Skadberg to discuss some of the issues that families face in long-term care expenses.
November 17, 2016

Activities of Daily Living and Long-Term Care Determination

ADLs quantify an individual’s ability to accomplish necessary daily tasks on one’s own or if assistance is required. When considering Elder Law Planning, ADLs play an essential role in a whether a person can be in a nursing home care, meets Medicaid eligibility, or to needs a long-term care insurance policy activated, .
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