Life or Death: Patient with a ‘Do Not Resuscitate’ Tattoo. Doctors Demand Second Opinion.
Published on December 07, 2017
An unconscious patient rolls into an ER with no ID except for a "Do Not Resuscitate" tattoo across his chest. Should doctors save his life, or is the DNR tattoo legally binding?
Estate planning attorneys Foster Friedman and Gretchyn Meinken say this fascinating reminds us there are b...
In the Media: Attorney Foster Friedman on Important Legal Documents for College Students
Published August 24, 2018 by
Your child is about to leave for college. Whether they’re freshman or upperclassmen, it’s crucial they sign legal documents usually associated with seniors. Senior citizens, to be precise. Along with your packing, you should allow time to discuss t...
In the Media: Carolyn Grimes in USA TODAY on Bezos’ Record-Breaking Divorce
The richest man in the world is splitting from his wife, and $134 billion dollars is on the line. Amazon Founder Jeff Bezos says the divorce from MacKenzie Bezos is amicable, but with no prenuptial agreement between the two, the question is, how much will she end up with?
Consejos Para Empresas Pequeñas que Enfrentan Problemas Financieros
Muchos dueños de negocios no se dan cuenta de que rápido las finanzas personales pueden estar envueltas en si empresa que está fallando, resultando en algunas consecuencias graves. Si tienes un problema con tu empresa pequeña y tienes problemas financieros, no utilices de tus fondos personales para...
Coronavirus and Its Impact on Divorce and Spousal Separation
On top of divorce stress, coronavirus is leading to additional challenges for couples who are separated or looking to file for a divorce. Stay-at-home orders are forcing separated couples to live under the same roof. Spouses who ...
Landlords: How to Navigate the COVID-19 Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought an economic downturn. Renters are losing their jobs and landlords are being forced to make tough choices. “This situation is exacerbated by the fact the courts are currently closed,” says Attorney Rebecca Wade. “There is a long backlog and it is hard to get into court to evict anyo...
Understanding Divorce and Bankruptcy During COVID-19 Webinar
Beyond serious health concerns, COVID-19 is dramatically impacting every aspect of life – from marriage to finances. After so much forced togetherness, many ask if it’s possible to file for divorce while the courts are closed. Those who are already divorced or separated face unique challenges, like...
In the Media: Attorney Gregory Wade Discusses an Upcoming Influx in Bankruptcies in Bisnow
"When the government stops putting money in, you are going to have a cascade of bankruptcies, both commercial and consumer." Bankruptcy attorney shares his expertise in Bisnow. Read the full article below:
U.S. retailers and restaurants are finally starting to welcome customers again around the U.S., ending months of l...