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Understanding Negotiations After Filing a Personal Injury Claim

By Brian S. Karpe |

You were just injured in an unintentional injury accident that another party caused. The other party was behaving in a negligent manner, which is why the accident happened. You are entitled to obtain compensation for the losses you suffered, but to get what you are owed, you will need to file a personal injury… Read More »

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When Can a Healthcare Provider Refuse To Follow Your Advanced Directive?

By Brian S. Karpe |

There could be a time in your life when you need to make serious medical decisions but are incapacitated for one reason or another and, as a result, are unable to make those decisions on your own. If you preplanned for unforeseen future events that could affect your health, you likely have an advanced… Read More »

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Gathering Documentation for your Personal Injury Claim

By Brian S. Karpe |

Suppose you were hurt in an unintentional injury accident. In that case, you may have sustained several costly losses like having to pay for medical treatment for injuries and physical bodily harm you suffered and for the bills you received for replacement or repairs to personal property that was damaged. At the same time,… Read More »

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All About ‘Do Not Resuscitate Orders”

By Brian S. Karpe |

End-of-life planning may not be the most pleasant or exciting activity, but it is one that is necessary for everyone. When thinking about potential situations that you may be in, especially if you become ill or incapacitated, you should consider what medical treatment you’d like to have and what you would refuse. You can… Read More »

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5 Reasons to Work with An Asset Protection Attorney

By Brian S. Karpe |

Taking good care of the assets you have built over your lifetime is essential. You can protect them with the help of an asset protection attorney. An asset protection attorney knows the strategies and legal methods that allow for the protection of one’s assets from threats to them, like lawsuits, creditor claims, bankruptcy, and… Read More »

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A New Year Is a Good Time to Check Your Estate Plan

By Brian S. Karpe |

Once the work and time is put into developing a comprehensive estate plan, one may feel confident in the final outcome and the estate planning tools that were used to protect their wealth. It is often recommended to regularly check one’s estate plan or review it when certain life events happen to make sure… Read More »

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What is Inventory and Appraisal in Probate?

By Brian S. Karpe |

When one passes on and has a will, it will go through the legal process of probate, which can be very complex. There are many steps that will need to be taken before the Connecticut probate process concludes. One of these steps is inventory and appraisal. If you were named the executor of an… Read More »

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Understanding Advanced Care Planning and Why it is Important

By Brian S. Karpe |

No one wants to think about the end of life. But it is an eventuality that we all face. It is impossible to know what one’s circumstances will be at the end of life, which is where advanced care planning comes into play. Advanced care planning gives you the opportunity to map out your… Read More »

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Advanced Care Planning for Alzheimer’s Disease

By Brian S. Karpe |

Alzheimer’s disease is a form of dementia, the most common form of the disease, in fact. Essentially, when a person has dementia, they start to lose their memory and other cognitive abilities. The majority of dementia cases are individuals diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease. Alzheimer’s can come in older age, as the majority of individuals… Read More »

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What Happens if You Are Incapacitated and You Do Not Have An Advanced Directive in Connecticut?

By Brian S. Karpe |

Determining what advanced care planning documents will benefit you the most as you put together your estate plan will come in handy if, in the future, you become incapacitated and are unable to communicate your healthcare decisions. There may be certain situations where you would want a particular medical treatment and others where you… Read More »

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