When you think about estate planning, you're probably thinking about it as an individual. After all, your death or injuries will involve you on your own. However, when you plan for your passing or for a severe injury, you may wish to do so with your significant other.
A DWI is a serious offense that can lead to you losing your license or being unable to work. You may lose your job, see your social life affected, lose financial aid and more.
Motor vehicle accidents impact people every day across New York and throughout the country. The reality is that humans make mistakes, and with so many people on the roads, there are bound to be accidents.
Any type of criminal accusation could cause serious issues for the accused person. Of course, some repercussions may seem unwarranted for the given circumstances. For instance, you may be among the many individuals who believe that consequences to your driver's license -- such as suspension or revocation -- should not occur if the crime did not involve driving.
One thing that people need to start accounting for in their estate plans is the protection of their digital accounts and assets. Take, for example, the number of people who have accounts on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other social media pages. These accounts can be left open after a person's death, closed or converted into legacy accounts, which can be used to mourn, celebrate and remember a person after they've passed away.