Which is Best: Will, or Living Trust?

Photo by Álvaro Serrano on Unsplash You spend the majority of your adult life working hard and providing for your family. You’ve scrimped and saved, and you’ve accumulated assets over time. Naturally, you want some control over what happens to those assets after you die. Regardless of how much or how little you have, it’s […]

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When Grandparents Want Legal Custody of a Grandchild

The disintegration of a family unit can be heartbreaking, but in many cases it’s in the best interests of everyone involved, most importantly the child. When a child’s parents are unable or unwilling to take care of them the responsibility often falls to the grandparents, and if taking care of the child is feasible and […]

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Filing for Bankruptcy

Are you in financial trouble? Does it feel like the bills will never stop? Do you struggle to make payments and deal with bill collectors? If yes, you might find that filing for bankruptcy is the best option for you at this point. Bankruptcy can be a scary and overwhelming process especially if you don’t […]

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Rightfully Claim Disability Insurance with a Good Disability Lawyer

People say that the only thing constant in this world is change. That can never be truer. Change can be good, but at the same time, it can be bad. A case in point is when a person who used to work and provide for his family suddenly suffers from a debilitating illness or injury. […]

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Discover the Hidden Financial Costs of Making a Claim

Compensation is a means by which some measure of justice can be obtained for a person who has been injured by the negligence of another. But when thinking about the concept of compensation, most people only think in terms of how much should be payable for the pain and suffering that the injury causes, as well as any potential […]

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