Legal Advice for Incompetent — 11 results
Written by attorney Spencer Cordell, almost 2 years ago.
Insanity has to deal with the time of the offense. The question is, at the time the crime occurred, was the accused so crazy that they couldn't tell right from wrong. This defense... more
Written by attorney Peter Morris, about 1 year ago.
An Overview of Guardianship and Incompetency Hearings in North Carolina
Guardianship is the legal relationship created by a court granting a person, the guardian, the power to make... more
Written by attorney Homa S. Woodrum, 4 months ago.
It comes up every so often that a concerned friend or family member thinks that guardianship would allow them to assist another person in making medical or financial decisions (or both) in... more
Written by attorney Homa S. Woodrum, 5 months ago.
The best way to save on costs with an attorney is to do as much of your own information gathering as possible. These tips are also good if you are preparing to represent yourself in a... more
Written by attorney Christopher Carns, about 1 year ago.
As a young professional, life is dynamic. You are likely buying your first home, getting married and starting a family. With these significant milestones comes added responsibility for your... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Torres, about 1 year ago.
Diez cosas que hacer para estar preparados econmicamente.
Estar preparados econmica y legalmente para lo peor. La familia es la cosa ms importante de nuestras vidas. Tenemos que... more
Written by attorney Albert Cohen, about 1 year ago.
Estate planning can be an extremely complex procedure. There are a few things that you need to keep in mind when you are planning your estate, and there are some questions that you will... more
Written by attorney Joseph Gufford, about 1 year ago.
Durable Power of Attorney
Q: What is a Durable Power of Attorney for Property?
A Durable Power of Attorney for Property (DPA) is a document that allows you (theprincipal) to give authority... more
Written by attorney Mitchell Goldman, over 1 year ago.
A power of attorney is a useful legal tool through which a person (the principal) can generally delegate the authority to act on his or her behalf to another person (the agent). The scope... more
Written by attorney Andrew Mansfield, over 2 years ago.
Can a minor or incompetent person file for bankruptcy? What about elderly parents for whom you might have a power of attorney?
First, both minors and incompetent persons may file for... more