Tenancy In Common: How Not To Own Property
Copyright © 2018 by Robert M. Kramer
Here is a typical estate scenario. Father and Mother own their $1,000,000 homestead jointly with right of survivorship. They have three children- Sam, Stan, and Dora, all in their 50s. Father dies and the Mother becomes the owner. Mother dies a few years later intestate.
Posted October 2, 2018 in Health Law
Should Doctors Allow Patients to Record Their Conversations? Copyright © 2018 by Mitchell F. Green According to the Pew Research Center, 77 percent of all U.S. adults own smart phones. With the ubiquity of these devices and their convenient audio-visual recording capabilities, it is no surprise that patients are increasingly requesting to record clinical visits, and, in some cases, secretly recording conversations with their doctors.