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Estate planning when you’re on your own

If you’re unattached, you may not have given much thought to estate planning — it tends to come more to the forefront of people’s minds when they marry or have children. However, single people need good estate plans just as much as married people do — maybe even more, especially if you
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Your defense strategy is an important consideration

The criminal defense strategy that you choose for your case has to be based on the facts of your case. You can’t think about what might have helped someone in a similar situation because every criminal case is different. We understand that it can be hard to figure out what you need
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Know where to look for employment as a felon

Finding a job can be a difficult prospect if you are a felon. The thing here to remember is that you have to know where to look for work. You might not be able to get a high-paying executive job, but this doesn’t mean that you have to resign yourself to having
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With divorce, who keeps the family pet?

Dogs and cats often become members of the family. When a married couple divorces, one issue that has risen in prevalence in recent years is who receives custody of the animal. If a couple cannot decide on their own who receives the pet, then the judge may decide. In most cases, dogs
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