Kyle Wright

How should you prepare for an accident?

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As lawyers, we frequently encourage our clients to be proactive NOW to save headaches LATER. As Benjamin Franklin said,

"An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."

This typically comes up in estate planning or a business formation context. Wanting to be responsible adults, we do things like update our wills, or make sure that our assets are protected from our newly formed business by forming an LLC.

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Buyer Beware

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Kyle Wright

Many of us have heard the phrase “Buyer Beware” when purchasing a home, but what does that really mean?  This article goes a little more in depth to explain considerations all buyers should have when looking to purchase a home.

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Who Really Needs a Will?

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Kyle Wright

It probably comes as no surprise to those reading this that a law firm who practices estate planning would respond with “everyone,” but there are good reasons for this response. The main reason a person creates a will is so that on his or her death, certain “things” are distributed according to his or her wishes. In fact, in a properly drafted will, there will be specific instructions for the distribution of every single “thing” the decedent owned. 

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DOs and DON’Ts if injured in a car accident

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Kyle Wright

After suffering an injury in an accident that was not your fault, there are a multitude of factors that come into play when negotiating the value of your claim with the insurance companies, and/or ultimately trying the case in front of a jury.

Here are a few of the important DOs that will help maximize your claim:

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Property Taxes too High?

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Kyle Wright

They say nothing in life is certain except for death and taxes.  When it comes to property taxes, we are often asked by clients, “Is there anything I can do to lower my property taxes?”  It can be very frustrating to see how high property taxes climb, especially the year following auditor adjustments.  The good news is there is a system in place for challenging property taxes.  

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Dogs and Hot Cars Don't Mix

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Kyle Wright

A familiar situation for many of us: you are out running errands and you notice a parked car with the window cracked. It’s a warm summer day with a slight breeze. As you walk past the car, you see a panting dog in the backseat and it seems the dog is suffering from the heat.

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