North Central Iowa Attorneys practicing in Iowa primarily in Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning, Probate, Real Estate, and Taxation Law. Our attorneys are dedicated to serving their clients in Pocahontas, Webster, Humboldt County and the surrounding areas by providing convenient, local offices in Humboldt, Laurens, and Fonda.
Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning
Estate planning, which includes legal documents like wills, trusts, and powers of attorney, is the process of preparing instructions on how to manage your assets after your death. State and federal laws apply to estate planning, and so do taxes. It is vital to consult us, in order to protect your assets and meet the goals of your estate planning process.
The title to real estate is covered by both federal and state laws. State laws differ on a number of issues. As a result, it is important to protect your interests by retaining an experienced attorney for routine as well as complex transactions. This overview will discuss topics that are important in understanding real estate law in Iowa.
There are various ways that Personal Injury may result. Personal Injury may be caused by defective or dangerous consumer goods, motor vehicle accidents, slips and falls or even animal attacks. Personal Injury attorneys are experienced with recognizing the strengths and weaknesses of your case. They know before you pursue legal action if you have a potential case and what would be needed to make it stronger. Personal Injury attorneys work the experts in various areas that assist with intelligently investigating the technical and medical aspects of your case as well as investigators to complete all the details.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), someone is involved in a car accident every ten seconds in the United States. This high frequency of car accidents makes motor vehicle accidents the most common personal injury cases in the courts today. In most states, motor vehicle accidents are covered by negligence law, although some states have laws (known as “no-fault” laws) that state that the driver that caused the accident is irrelevant to the case. Generally, however, motor vehicle drivers have to use the amount of care that a reasonable person would employ under the circumstances.
Taxation is an extremely important topic for any business owner to understand. At the city, county, state and federal levels, careful and accurate planning is necessary to maximize your return and prevent penalization. Given the importance of taxation to your business and the complexity of the law, it is an excellent idea to consult an experienced tax attorney if you have any questions.