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Immigrants can sometimes unfortunately be the targets of workspace abuse. Often times, immigrants choose to continue to live with workplace abuse because they depend on the money to live. If you are a victim of workspace abuse, the U visa is available to assist immigrants in that exact situation.
It’s hard to phantom that someone could love your fur friend as much as you do. However, if you are elderly or suffer from a debilitating illness, you are probably worried about what will happen to your faithful companions once you are no longer able to take care of them. You could ensure they are taken care of informally by writing down instructions and wishes down and share it with a loved one, whether a family member or close friend. But to ensure your wishes are legally binding, you might think of making one Living Trust for your pet.
The Impact of a Criminal Conviction on your Immigration Process The process of becoming a U.S. citizen takes patience, time, and persistence. But what if you get a criminal conviction in the middle or before starting the process?
As a legal immigrant, you probably want your family members to join you here in the U.S. For them to legally enter the United States, they are required to obtain visas. Amongst the many options available, which type best fits your case?
Despite the fact that a RLT is not for everyone, there are certain situations in which an RLT would be a wise choice.
Having a Will means that once you pass away and that Will goes through the probate process, it becomes public. This means, anyone will be able to go to the court house and view information about what and who gets your assets. With a Revocable Living Trust, that information remains private.
Now that is Summer – we think of our vacation homes. Today in our article, we will talk about the importance of having a Trust when owning property, whether a vacation home or just real estate in general, outside of Texas