Archive for December 2010
Everyone’s compiling their lists looking back on 2010, from best movies and tv shows to top news stories. If you’re in the list-making mood, you’re probably already trying to put […]
If you were lucky enough to get an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad this holiday season, you have the bonus present of being included in a class action lawsuit against […]
What lawyers should be doing is acting proactively and mitigating the threat from the outset. That means that they should have a web presence.
How to get a mortgage loan modification without a lawyer.
Estate-planning attorney and guest blogger Steve Chambers discusses the different taxes that apply to gift givers and recipients.
With 2010 coming to a close, we ran the Sociable Lawyer through Wordle to see what words appeared on our blog most often in the past year.
We love our aging parents and grandparents, but there’s no doubt that they often need extra care and consideration during the holidays (and so do their caretakers). On top of […]
Remember how Ebenezer Scrooge learned that money isn’t everything in Dicken’s classic The Christmas Carol? The same is true for estate planning. Creating your estate plan is selfless. Think of […]
We’ve been getting in the holiday spirit lately at Rocket Lawyer — eating too much, listening to holiday music, and most importantly, starting our Stocking Stuffer Sweeps. We’re giving away […]
Estate-planning attorney and guest blogger Steve Chambers discusses how Congressional inaction over the expiring Bush tax cuts creates uncertainty for estate planners with particularly stark consequences for the gift tax.
The Santa Clause, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, A Christmas Story–these are just a few holiday movies where family tensions run high–to hilarious effect. But the truth is that family troubles […]
A marriage is “For better or worse,” as many wedding vows say, and when most people enter a marriage agreement, optimism reigns. But, it’s never too late to get prepared. […]
The holiday season, at its heart, is all about family. Just as every family has their own holiday traditions, they each have their own particular legal needs, whether they know […]
ABA Journal has released it’s Blawg 100 — the best legal blogs as selected by the Journal’s editors. Now, readers vote to determine the winning blawgs in each of twelve categories. We’ve selected our favorites below.