Personal Injury Protection (PIP) is a form of no-fault auto insurance that protects individuals who are injured in an auto accident regardless of who caused the accident. PIP is the generally most flexible type of insurance available and is a beneficial addition to any auto insurance policy.

What kind of estate planning should a single, childless person consider? Attorney Paige Burough discusses the laws of intestate succession and how you can use creative estate planning to ensure your assets are left to causes that matter to you most.

Limited Liability Companies are popular business entities that most people are familiar with because of their ease of formation and administration. Series LLCs, though, are a unique type of LLC that are also very useful but vary from that of a traditional LLC.

Uninsured/underinsured motorist (UM/UIM) coverage protects individuals when they are hit by other drivers who either have no insurance or whose insurance policies are too low to compensate all the damages. We recommend everyone to obtain UM/UIM coverage because of the high risk of insufficient compensation when involved in a motor vehicle accident.