Paralyzed by Incapacity

By | November 9, 2007

I know that most people don’t like to think about irreversible comas, terminal illness, ending up in a persistent vegetative state or any other debilitating diseases. Perhaps far worse than the idea of these horrible events, is the idea of putting our family members and loved ones through the tough decision of how to care for us, when… Read More »

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The Sad Truth

By | November 8, 2007

I think it is a sad truth that society, as a whole, has become desensitized to the idea of divorce. Turn on the television and you’re bound to hear about a celebrity who has just ended one marriage and is already planning a dream wedding with another celebrity.

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It’ll Never Happen to Me: Why Every Person Should Have a Living Will

By | November 8, 2007

Should you enter a persistent vegetative state, become terminally ill, or enter into an irreversible coma, a Living Will ensures that your wishes, regarding your care, will be met, should you not be able to speak for yourself. Read this article to find out more.

Renter from Hell: What Every Landlord Should Know About Their Tenants

By | November 8, 2007

Owning a rental property can be a profitable investment. However, there are certain pitfalls which should be avoided when choosing a prospective tenant. Read this article to find out more.

What’s Ours….is Mine!

By | November 7, 2007

It is a sad truth that over 50% of marriages in the United States end in divorce. What can you do to protect yourself and your property? Read this article, it might help

Finding lost money.

By | November 6, 2007

It occurred to me the other day that many of you might have money that you do not know, or have forgotten about. This money is just sitting there waiting for you. Yes, I know it sounds too good to be true but this is truly legitimate.

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Just a Thought

By | June 13, 2007

You ever notice how something good really can come out of something bad? I know, it’s an old cliché. But it really is true. Take Hurricane Katrina for instance. When Katrina hit, I had just put my 11 year old New Orleans area law practice on hold to work on my L.L.M. at Tulane Law School. After the… Read More »

The Dos and Don’ts of Drafting a Prenuptial Agreement

By | June 6, 2007

Britney Spears sure has her critics, but with the dissolution of her marriage, she’s laughing all the way to the bank. With all of Britney’s millions, K-Fed has made off with a lot less than he could have. Her love may have faded, but her ironclad prenup has steadfastly weathered the test of time. Though they have been… Read More »

Preparing for the Day No One Wants to Think About

By | June 4, 2007

Planning for arrangements in the event of your death may seem like a daunting, and even creepy task, but the peace of mind you’ll get makes it worth it. Who knows, it may even tack on a few extra days to your life. First off, whether they’re in a file folder in your home or in a bank… Read More »

How to Win in Small Claims Court

By | May 29, 2007

Most likely you’re not looking forward to your cameo in small claims court, and who could blame you? Long lines, little experience, bad blood, and shot nerves don’t exactly make for a leisurely trip to the courthouse. The following are some suggestions to help strengthen your case, and hopefully temper your frustrations: 1. Be on time, or be… Read More »