Featured on WSFA’s “Alabama Live!,” Gibson Vance, an attorney from Beasley Allen, hosts the segment, “Ask the Attorney,” offering free legal advice to viewers who call in. On this edition, Gibson is questioned about a broad range of topics. One viewer called in regarding mortgage law and how to go about keeping one’s home in the event the person whose name is on the mortgage is deceased. Two different viewers called to ask about laws during incarceration and what rights they would have. Another viewer about an incident involving her dachshund biting a neighbor that had trespassed on her property. If you would like to “Ask the Attorney,” call WSFA on Friday morning at 11 a.m. CST at 334-420-WSFA (9732).
In this week’s segment of “Ask the Attorney,” Beasley Allen Principal and host of the “Beasley Allen Report” Gibson Vance answers legal questions on a call-by-call basis throughout the segment’s duration to help those in the community struggling with the law. The questions asked to Gibson were about how to write your own will, the difference between family trust agreements and wills, and how to have a misdemeanor expunged from one’s record. Gibson also talked about the Volunteer Lawyer Program and who qualifies for a volunteer lawyer.
To ask any type of legal question to an attorney during the segment, tune in each Friday on WSFA beginning at 11 a.m. CT and call 334-420-WSFA (9732) for an opportunity to have your question answered on air. For more information about legal topics of interest, visit Beasley Allen’s blog at www.RightingInjustice.com.
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