One of the most common mistakes people make regarding their estate plans is failing to make them in the first place. A California adult may assume that he or she is healthy and young, therefore not needing any type of estate planning protection until years in the future. Others may assume that since they are not wealthy or have discussed their wishes with loved ones that this effort is not necessary. In reality, everyone can benefit from having a plan, and delaying this too long can lead to problems down the road.
In the past, fathers often had a difficult time securing custody rights as courts often gave preference to the mothers. This frequently led to custody agreements that gave dads very little time with their kids and few opportunities to foster strong relationships with them. Thankfully, this is not the case anymore, and California fathers are now more likely to secure more fair and equitable custody and parenting time terms in a divorce.
In almost every incident involving an auto collision, a driver did not get behind the wheel with the intention of causing harm to someone else. Even without the intent of causing a crash, car accidents are often the result of the negligent or reckless choices that a California driver makes while operating a vehicle. For this reason, there are some who believe that it is important to change the way people talk about car accidents.