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Moving On After Criminal Charges

Being arrested for criminal charges is a nightmare that no one wants to experience. Still many times, circumstances lead to a situation where a person may find himself standing at the wrong side of the justice system. Innocent or not, a criminal charge or conviction...

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Budget Tips For Beginners

There can be many reasons for someone to go bankrupt. According to a study done at Harvard University, medical expenses are the most significant cause of bankruptcy in America. Apart from this, job loss, poor use of credit cards, divorce, and unexpected...

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What Exactly Is A Prenuptial Agreement?

As unromantic as a prenuptial agreement may seem when you are supposed to be jotting down overwhelming wedding vows, it should be the first task to do after you are engaged. If some time down the road you decide to separate – as statistically one-third of...

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How To Emotionally Handle An Embezzlement Charge

The act of embezzlement is something against your very nature, and if the allegation is nothing but falsehood or misapprehension, it is human to feel a palpable sense of loss, agitation, and deceit. You may even find people, whom you trusted, abandon or...

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Is Adoption Right For Me?

Adoption is beautiful as it brings immense joy to your family as well as to the little one coming home! However, adoption is a big decision. You would need to deliberate about the life-altering events that come with it. Introspection and reflection are essential to...

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Getting Through The Holidays After Divorce

Getting back to normal life after a divorce can be a strenuous task, especially when you have children to take care of. This becomes even more difficult in the holiday season when gifts, family gatherings, and old traditions come to the forefront. If you...

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Tips For Smooth Joint Custody Transitions

Going through a divorce is stressful and difficult, but what's more difficult is to deal with its aftermath. This is especially true for children who suddenly find themselves in the midst of a separation and have to adjust to the changing circumstances....

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Dealing With The Aftermath Of Bankruptcy

Many people are very opposed to bankruptcy because of the stigma that is attached to it. Others simply fear that their credit will be ruined beyond repair. However, this is far from the truth. Declaring bankruptcy will impact your credit, but it's not the...

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Reasons to Have an Estate Plan in Place

Everyone should have an estate plan of some variety in place. However, your estate plan depends on items like your finances, desires, and your needs. What your estate. If you need help creating your estate plan, follow these five helpful tips: Have Control...

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