Law Tips & Advice

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Is Filing Bankruptcy Right For Me?

Many people know a little bit about bankruptcy. Usually a bit about being in debt and filing for it to get out of debt. There is a lot more going on under the hood besides that though. We've got a great advisory piece on the basics of bankruptcy here. Knowing the...

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Living Will And Durable Healthcare Power Of Attorney

When a "will" is brought up in a legal discussion, everyone's mind often jumps to a "last will and testament". Probably followed by arguments over any kind of inheritance. But we're here to talk about a different kind of will today. Living Will A Living Will outlines...

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How To Prove Negligence

In the event of an accident, car or otherwise, the only way to demand reparations is to prove someone's fault. A majority of the people in this world are not inherently malicious (despite what the news may tell you) and sometimes accidents just happen. Speeding in...

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Advice For Proper Handling Of Custody

Battling for custody of children isn't fun for anybody. In any kind of separation or divorce, it's natural to want to see your children as often as possible and to maybe resent the other party for not allowing that to happen. Remember, they probably want the same...

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Legal Options In The Face Of Defaulted Loans

Student loans are some of the largest held debt in the United States. As tuition and other school costs continue their upward trend, millions of Americans continue to accrue thousands in high-risk federal loans that cannot be forgiven in the face of declaring...

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Mediation, A Conflict Solution To Consider

“I’ll see you in court!” cries every pugnacious movie character seeking to forcefully resolve a conflict. Taking someone to court, however, shouldn’t be the motivating factor in seeking conflict resolution. If you are engaged in serious conflict with another person or...

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