How Stay-At-Home Orders Are Affecting Child Custody

Life has almost come to a halt for Americans since the outbreak of COVID-19. People have been asked to stay-at-home unless they have to do something necessary, such as visiting a doctor or buying groceries. Going to work is also prohibited for all except...

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How can I protect myself from fraud?

Fraud can occur anywhere, to anyone, and at any particular time. Chances are, you’ve probably received a few ambiguous phone calls, encountered fake online ads, fraudulent emails, deceitful posts on social networking platforms, or maybe someone has come...

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The Financial Side of Navigating A Criminal Charge

A criminal charge can impact one’s life today and for years to come and should be averted at all costs.Are you charged with a crime and wondering what impact it will have on your work and life? Read on to know how a criminal record can affect your...

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Hosting A Holiday Party? Tips To Prevent Drunk Driving

Hosting a perfect party is a job mastered only by some people. Many party hosts fail to understand that a gathering is not merely about enjoyment, but about having fun and being safe as well.People who drive while being intoxicated are risking their own...

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What Is A Durable Power Of Attorney?

Are you planning to retire soon? You may think it is the perfect time to create a durable power of attorney that will help you navigate the various medical and legal matters in times of need with the support of a qualified, trusted person. However, what...

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Rebuilding Your Credit After Bankruptcy

Once you have filed for bankruptcy, everything is said and done. Now all you can do is keep your chin up, be hopeful, and start rebuilding your credit history. The very first step of this process is credit repair.It is nearly impossible to get through...

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Five Reasons Why Everyone Should Have A Will

Tomorrow is never promised! But having a legally binding last will and testament will ensure that all your worldly matters are settled according to your wishes when you are not capable of handling them yourself!When you are young, own very little to worry...

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The Negative Impacts Of Social Media On Divorce Cases

Going to file a divorce? Keep your social media activities in check! You never know how an innocent Facebook post can be used as evidence against you in the court.Social media has infiltrated every aspect of our lives so much that it can now have legal...

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