Debts After Death

When a loved one passes away, probate is supposed to deal with both the property of the deceased and the debts they still owe. It's the responsibility of the personal representative (otherwise known as the executor) to pay the bills left behind, but there are strict limits on what should be paid and when. To find out more, read on. Debts of the Deceased One of the main reasons probate came about was because a way was needed to legally handle the debts of the deceased.

What To Do If Your Child Was Molested While A Member Of An Organization

When you drop your child off to attend a youth group activity, you are usually entrusting another adult or perhaps a team of adults with your child's well-being while they are away from you. So, it can come as quite a shock if you one day discover that your child may have been sexually abused or molested by one of the adults employed by the organization in question. It's OK to be upset and angry in this situation, but you also need to keep certain things in mind in order to protect your child and protect a potential legal case.