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3 Ways You Can Help Your Loved Ones Avoid Probate After You Pass Away

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Very few people like to think about dying. However, if you have minor children and/or assets, you at least have to think about it long enough to make a will so your children and assets will go where you want them to go. Whenever it comes to your will, it will have to go through a process called “probate.” Probate is the legal proceedings where your will is declared valid. However, probate can be a lengthy process - especially if the will is contested.…

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3 Tips For Building A Strong Case For Your Personal Injury Claim

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When you decide to sue the person or company responsible for your injury your case may either go to trial or it may be settled outside of court. Regardless of what route your case takes, it is still important to build a strong case in order to win. If you have not taken the time to gather evidence to present at the settlement meetings, then they will present you with a low offer.…

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Questions And Answers About Alimony

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Alimony, sometimes called spousal support, is a necessity in some divorces. This is generally when one spouse has been the dedicated breadwinner, so the other spouse may need financial assistance in order to get back on their feet after the divorce. Alimony is often misunderstood or confused with other types of support. The following answers can help you better understand what alimony is. Question #1: Is alimony the same as child support?…

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Is Court Reporting A Dying Career?

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If you’re a fast typist who loves watching legal dramas, you may have considered pursuing a career as a court reporter. However, the advent of a variety of technologies designed to streamline and improve the court reporting process may seem intent on eliminating this role entirely. Is court reporting still a viable industry for you to pursue? Will you be able to find a job once your training has ended? Read on to learn more about court reporting and your potential employment and salary prospects if you enter this field.…

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Tricked Into A Domestic Violence Charge: What To Do

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If you have been charged with a domestic violence charge due to an incident that was misunderstood by police and you are now beginning to suspect your mate had an ulterior motive for getting you into trouble, you will need to fight this vigorously to protect your rights and reputation. Here are some steps on what to do: Realize That This Is A Cruel But Common Divorce Strategy So, out of the blue it seems you find yourself in an altercation with your mate.…

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5 Tips For Proving PTSD During A Lawsuit After A Car Accident

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A bad car accident can leave you with more than just a broken arm or a sore neck. Traumatic experiences like wrecks are known to cause post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a mental condition that causes insomnia, anxiety, phobias of driving, lethargy, and other serious symptoms. If your life has changed drastically due to PTSD set off by a car accident, find out how to improve your chances of winning a settlement for your pain and suffering.…

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3 Ways To Make Your New Small Business A Huge Success

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Did you just recently start your very own small business? If so, here are a few tips to help your business become a major success that you may want to consider.  1. Advertise Like Crazy One of the very best things that you can do to help your business be successful is to do lots of advertising. You should do everything that you possibly can to help make potential customers aware of your new business.…

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3 Common Estate Planning Myths and the Truths behind Them

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No one likes to think about their death, but estate planning is a necessary part of adulthood. If you’re considering making an estate plan and putting it into place, you probably have a few inaccuracies floating around in your head. Below are three common estate planning myths and the truths behind them. Myth #1: Estate Planning Is Only for the Rich While the wealthy may have more assets to distribute upon their death, that does not in any way diminish your need to distribute yours.…

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Factors To Consider In Your Claim As A Pedestrian Injured By A Driver

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Depending on the circumstances, automotive insurance companies may make a low settlement offer or refuse to pay on a claim altogether when their policyholder has struck a pedestrian. If you are in this type of situation now, it’s important to understand the relevant laws that may help you obtain better compensation – as well as the laws that may hurt your case. Regulations vary a great deal by state and even by municipality, but some of these factors may apply to you.…

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Before You Can Start On The Path Of Surrogacy, You Need To Know Your Local Fertility Laws

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Did you know there are no real national laws regarding surrogacy and assisted reproduction? If you want to do anything in the realm of assisted reproduction, then you need to know what laws govern your specific area. Without that understanding, you can land yourself in jeopardy. This article can help you get the information you need.  The Battles Surrounding Surrogacy Laws Surrogacy laws vary widely from state to state. They can even vary from county to county.…

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