Archive for February 15, 2017
Are you searching for a securities or stockbroker fraud lawyer for information or counsel? Litigation attorneys with experience in securities law are aware of the government laws and regulations that pertain to these matters. Depending on your reasons for seeking the services of a securities fraud attorney, you may be interested to know a few details about how they can assist you.
Since a financial advisor attorney is aware of the laws governing investments such as stocks, bonds, and mutual funds, they can provide you with investment advice. According to FindLaw
If you keep up to date with large court cases, it’s likely that you’ve heard the terms class action and mas tort, or mass action, lawsuit. While you might hear these terms often, it’s understandable that you might not know exactly what they mean or how they work.
If you want to learn more about mass tort law firms and how these cases came to be, you’re in the right place. Here’s a basic history of mass tort lawsuits, as well as how they function in a court of law.
To understand what mass tort means, you need to understand what “tort” means by itself. As much as it might sound like the popular dessert, the spelling is different and the definition is certainly not sweet.
Many American adults have no will or estate in place. When asked, a full 60% say they think that all adults should have a will but only 44% actually do. For people between the ages of 30 and 39, the number of people who have wills drops to 20%, despite the fact that this is the age group where people are starting families. When asked why they do not have a will, 18% said they did not think they needed one, 16% said they thought the process was too complicated, 14% thought it was too expensive and 12% assumed their spouse or children would get any assets they left behind. The good news really is that it is not as complicated as most people assume. Whether you go for legal advice or do it on your own, here are some tips for drafting that will: