A panel discussion on the basics of powers of attorney for healthcare and property and their role in the estate planning process.
During a shift in his cab one day, Mr. B. was involved in an accident. Although he had insurance through the taxicab company, the insurance provider was never notified of the other driver’s claim. In fact, the first Mr. B. knew about the claim was when he received notice of a default judgment and his driver’s license was suspended. He learned that he had to satisfy a $3,500 default judgment to get his license back.
COVID-19 has forced many judges to start holding remote hearings over Zoom. In this seminar, Carol Casey will discuss how to prepare your clients for a Zoom hearing, and how to prepare yourself for a remote contested hearing. It isn’t likely that Zoom will be going anywhere soon, and these skills will be crucial for attorneys for the foreseeable future.
The federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) allows struggling homeowners who have federally-backed mortgages to pause mortgage payments for at least six months and up to one year. Once payments resume, lenders must review the homeowners for a range of payment options, including loan modifications. The Act also freezes foreclosure actions …