Burial Directives

Estate Planning: 4 Reasons To Create Burial Directives

Your attorney just finished drafting your last will and testament and living trust. Congratulations! You officially have a plan in place to protect your assets and loved ones in the event you pass away or can no longer make decisions for yourself. However, we advise clients to consider using various additional estate planning solutions, including…

Counselor at Law

An Attorney’s Role as Counselor at Law — What Does That Mean?

While sitting in a team meeting recently, one of our attorneys glanced up at their law license on the wall and noticed the words “Attorney and Counselor at Law” staring back at them. The “counselor” aspect has always been a trademark of our client-focused approach at Nelson Law Group, PC, though many people new to…

Settle Out of Court

Family Law: Is it Better to Settle Out of Court or Go to Court?

If you are a party in a family law case, there are generally two ways to approach the matter: settle out of court or go to court. But many people might wonder if one option is better than the other. After all, a well-negotiated settlement – child custody or property division, for example — could…