Is It Really That Bad If Someone With Almost No Estate Dies Intestate?

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It might not look like it sometimes, but pretty much everyone has an estate. Even those people who have very little in the way of money or possessions still have that money and those possessions, like a few books and clothes. It might not look like enough to warrant a will, but it really is, and not because of any monetary value. No Choices The main purpose of a will is to show the state (literally, the state you live in) that you have deliberate plans for your possessions and people aren't trying to steal them.

12 March 2018

A Different Kind of Affair

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Infidelity is a frequent cause of marital problems; problems that sometimes lead to divorce. If you think your spouse is cheating on you, it's wise to pay attention, because if they are not, then your suspicions could signal a need for counseling. If you are correct, then you may need to take more permanent action. A whole new way for spouses to get in trouble has emerged thanks to the internet, so read on for a few common red flags that you may be married to a cheating spouse.

8 February 2018

Tips For Bettering Your Odds Of Being Approved For Social Security SSI

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If you have talked with your doctor and it has been decided that you should apply for social security SSI, then that might be something you will want to do as soon as possible. However, you will want to take a few moments of time to consider whether there is anything you can do in order to improve your odds of being approved. This way, you can start to receive the benefits you need as soon as possible.

7 January 2018

Simple, Effective Ways To Help Kids Through Split Holidays After A Divorce

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When you are facing your first holiday season during or after a divorce, many tears may inevitably be shed. Try not to show your kids how upset you are. On the other hand, don't hide the fact that you will miss them and want to be with them. Lavish them with love throughout the holiday season and help prepare them for celebrating some of the holiday season without you.  Try the following ways to help your little ones through their first split holiday season.

7 December 2017

Social Security Disability And Autoimmune Disease: What You Need To Know

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If you've been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease that affects your thyroid, you know how far-reaching the effects of the condition can be. What you may not know is that if you are unable to work because of it, you may qualify for Social Security Disability. While qualifying for disability can be a challenge, understanding the basics and how they apply to your condition may make it easier. Here are some things you need to know before you apply.

9 November 2017

Are Truck Drivers Always Responsible For Truck Turning Accidents?


Commercial trucks are large and unwieldy, making them difficult to control. This becomes patently evident whenever drivers have to turn these machines right or left, especially in tight spaces. It's commonly believed truck drivers are automatically liable for any accidents that occur when they're turning, but this isn't always true? Here are few things the court will look at when determining who to hold accountable. Were There Any Warning Signs?

10 October 2017

Gaps in Care After a Car Accident: Why to Avoid Them & What to Do if You Can't

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If you've been injured in a car accident, you may have to seek several weeks or even months of treatment with either a chiropractor or physical therapist—but it's important to make sure that you are as consistent as possible with that treatment.  Otherwise, any gaps in your care could be used against you. Here is what you need to know: It's important to seek medical help as soon as you realize you are injured.

19 September 2017