October 2018 Archives

Can casino marker debts lead to criminal charges?

Visiting a casino is supposed to be a fun experience that may or may not pay off by the end of the night. However, few people expect to face criminal charges for what was supposed to be a simple night of fun. If you owe casino marker debt or are potentially facing criminal charges for fraud or issuing a worthless check, you need the right help on your side.

Own cryptocurrency? You need to include it in estate planning

Tech-savvy people in Lake Charles may have already included most of their digital assets in their estate plan. Things like social media log-in information, access to cloud storage, digital financial information and more should all be listed in a person's will, but many people still overlook a huge digital asset -- cryptocurrency. While this type digital asset is usually prized for its privacy and anonymity, going so far as to leave it out of estate planning can be a mistake.  

Did applying for a loan lead to accusations of mortgage fraud?

Buying a new home is an event that most people want to experience at some point in their lives. You may feel that you have reached the point where this desire could become a reality because you have reached a financially stable point in your life and have found a Louisiana home that you can picture yourself living in for years to come.

Continuing charitable giving through estate planning

Many people in Lake Charles choose to support various charities throughout their lifetime. That drive to help often translates into a desire to leave a lasting legacy. By building charitable giving directly into the estate planning process, individuals can continue providing valuable support to the charity of their choice. 

Criminal defense: Driver accused of causing deadly accident

Louisiana police claim that a drunk driver caused a serious car accident that injured two teenagers and killed one other. The driver is facing multiple charges, including driving while impaired, vehicular homicide and no seat belt, among others. These types of charges are quite serious, but a carefully constructed criminal defense may help minimize any potential consequences for Lake Charles defendants. 

Can estate planning prevent fights after my death?

An estate plan is supposed to make things easier for family members dealing with a loved one's death. Well-crafted wills and carefully planned trusts can do just that, but some people fail to take the careful approach that will yield these kinds of results. Lake Charles residents can minimize the chance of in-family fighting by approaching estate planning with an objective and cautious eye to detail. 

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