What is an Executor and What Do They Do?

What is an Executor and What Do They Do?

Estate planning is something that everyone should take care of early on in life. This is the process of anticipating and arranging during a person’s life for the management and disposal of that person’s estate following death. An important part of your estate planning...
3 Things You Should Know About Estate Planning

3 Things You Should Know About Estate Planning

Estate planning is an important part of ensuring your family is taken care of when you pass away. Getting started on this can seem overwhelming, however, don’t let it deter you from taking care of it. Our attorneys are here to guide you through your estate planning...
Do You Have the Right to Record a Police Officer?

Do You Have the Right to Record a Police Officer?

In recent years, there has been an increased number of videos of police officers available on YouTube and shared in news stories. Because of easier access to recording devices along with concerns of misconduct in an interaction with a police officer, many individuals...
Making Decisions with Your Attorney

Making Decisions with Your Attorney

Here at Hillyard, Anderson, & Olsen, our attorneys provide unmatched insight to represent you and your best interests. We work diligently to ensure that your case goes smoothly and to provide you with a favorable outcome. As you create a relationship with your...
Plea Bargains

Plea Bargains

What is a Plea Bargain? In a plea bargain, the defendant will plead guilty to an amended charge which is typically lower in severity than the original charge. A plea bargain may be presented or requested based on the following factors: The seriousness of the alleged...
Expungements: What Are They And Are You Eligible?

Expungements: What Are They And Are You Eligible?

What is an Expungement? An expungement is a court order in which the legal record of an arrest or criminal conviction is sealed and removed from the official record. This is also commonly known as “setting aside a criminal conviction”. Not everyone who has been...