Most Alaska residents would agree that thinking about their own deaths is not a pleasant experience. However, it is a necessary one in order to make sure that their families are taken care of after death.
An alarming percentage of the country’s population does not have an estate plan. More than likely, this includes a great number of Alaska residents. If some of those residents reach a point where they are no longer able to make decisions for themselves, it may be necessary to ask the court to appoint them a guardian.
Suffering an injury at work can be devastating. Whether you sustained an injury out on a fishing boat on Alaskan waters, at a construction site in Anchorage or more, you may feel unsure of where to go from here.
When a resident of Alaska dies, surviving family members will eventually need to turn their attentions to closing out his or her estate. If you are in this position, you may wonder what to expect from probate and estate administration.
Anchorage residents who decide to make plans to provide for their families after their deaths may believe their job is done once the documents are signed. That could be true in some cases, but if an individual’s estate planning included a trust, more work needs to be done.
Anchorage’s employers are required to provide a safe workplace to their employees. When that does not happen, the potential for workplace injuries increases when compared to others who take the safety of their employees seriously. Even so, the data regarding on-the-job injuries may surprise some people.
Did one of your loved ones choose you to serve as executor of his or her estate? In this position, you will be responsible for the completion of numerous tasks that could present a challenge — and that is if everything goes smoothly.