In this week’s “Ask the Attorney” segment on WSFA’s “Alabama Live!” program, Beasley Allen attorney Gibson Vance answers questions from six callers concerning legal issues. The first caller asks Gibson about her rights following the recall of her Ford vehicle. Gibson advises the caller to visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) website, nhtsa.gov, to stay up to date on possible recalls. The second caller, a woman from Prattville, asks Gibson about how to set up her will to exclude someone. Gibson tells her to state her intentions specifically in the will to avoid confusion and disagreements among family members. The third caller also asks Gibson about wills, wondering where to get a will done for free. Gibson directs the caller to the Alabama State Bar, Alabama Legal Services or Montgomery Bar Association, reminding viewers of the importance of wills. The show’s fourth caller asks about holding finance companies accountable in making payments to finance and refinance a home. In response, Gibson directs the caller to ask the current finance company to straighten it out, show details of the account, and document every conversation in order to be prepared for court if necessary. The fifth caller asks about social security benefits, and Gibson directs her to call the social security office for more information. Finally, a caller from Dadeville asks Gibson about how to obtain free legal advice in a verbally abusive relationship with no financial independence. Gibson refers the caller to the Montgomery County Bar Association for free legal aid.
For more information on how to get in touch with an attorney about a legal issue you may be facing, contact Gibson and other Beasley attorneys online at www.BeasleyAllen.com and fill out a free contact form for a no obligation legal consultation. Video Rating: / 5
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If you’ve got a big job interview coming up, how do you prepare? Career consultant Maggie Mistal of Martha Stewart Living Radio has excellent advice for anybody looking to ace a job interview. Video Rating: / 5
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Mark Moreau, director of Southeast Louisiana Legal Services, joins John Redmann on the Louisiana law talk show “John Redmann: Power of Attorney” to answer some viewer questions about his organization and the legal assistance it provides to people who can’t afford legal counsel. Get more helpful law info and watch past episodes of the show at JohnRedmannPOA.com. Video Rating: / 5
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