Archive for April, 2019
We’re all going to die someday.
For many folks, such a statement can be unpleasant to thing about regardless of who old they are. Regardless of a person’s thoughts or feelings on mortality, one thing that’s important for people as they get older is preparing a will.
What is a will you ask? Quite simply, it’s a legal document that states your wishes for your estate i.e. your belongings when you pass away. As the writer of the will, you the testator declare your wishes for the executor, who carries out the wishes of your will.
If you don’t have a will, it’s important to get going on one. In fact, more than 60% of the American public doesn’t have a will and more than half of Americans aged 55-64 don’t have one.
If you won’t have one yet and want to get started, you can either write a will yourself or enlist the help of legal services to get everything in order. Regardless of which way you do it, here are some important things to keep in mind when writing one:
For many years, the United States has prided itself on being a nation that’s accepting of all cultures, races and creeds. Each year, approximately one million legal immigrants come to the U.S. in search of the American dream. In 2016, more than 43 million immigrants resided in the United States, accounting for 13.5% of the total U.S. population, according to data from American Community Survey.
In 2016, Mexicans accounted for about 26% of immigrants in the United States, making them by far the largest foreign-born group in the country and about 52% of immigrants were female. Additionally, in 2016, more than 750,000 people were naturalized and more than 150,000 of them lived in California.
The immigration process is not easy and for those who want to do it, there are many benefits to seeking the services of immigration attorneys:
- Knowing the Process: Immigration attorneys are familiar with the legal process and can help you file the proper paperwork a