Revocable Trusts: A Key Part Of Your Estate Plan

Posted on: 19 October 2016

Probate has been getting a lot of negative press lately; it seems that we see or read about "avoiding probate" every day or so. While it's unlikely that you can completely avoid the probate process, there are several alternative methods of dealing with an estate that have certain major advantages. A revocable trust, also known as a living trust, is one of those methods. To help educate you on the benefits of adding this type of estate planning tool to your plans, read on to learn more.
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Protecting Yourself Legally When Creating Your Own Cell Phone App

Posted on: 29 September 2016

If you have a great idea for a program for people to use on their phones, and you wish to go ahead with plans to have it developed as a sell-per-download application, there are several steps you will need to take to ensure it is successful when it is released on the market. Taking the time to become knowledgeable of the events you need to undertake before the release date will help protect yourself from any possible lawsuits from occurring.
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Three Types Of Disorders That Could Qualify Someone For Disability

Posted on: 9 September 2016

Not everyone who qualifies for disability assistance has a visible medical condition. There are certain conditions other than physical impairments that can qualify someone to receive social security disability benefits. Here are three such categories. Disability for Anxiety Disorders Those who have an anxiety disorder so severe that it interferes with their daily activities may qualify for disability. Another factor in order to qualify, is that the person who has the anxiety-related condition needs to be diagnosed with at least one of the following:
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Going To Court For A DUI? Here's What You Can Do To Support Your Lawyer

Posted on: 22 August 2016

Are you preparing to go to court for a DUI case? There are a few things you can do to support your defense and your lawyer, which decreases the chances of you having to do jail time or pay a huge fine. The key is to prove that you're serious about refraining from drinking and driving again in the future. Write a Personalized Letter An excellent way to show the judge in your case that you're serious about staying sober while driving at any time in the future is to write a personalized letter addressed to the court.
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