What Lives On: The Importance Of Estate Plans

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There are probably many reasons given for putting off making a will and other estate plans, but most of them wouldn’t survive much scrutiny. The truth is usually less interesting, and involves the reluctance of those who are left behind to deal with their deaths, even though there is nothing more inevitable. To overcome this stumbling block, it might help to look at the issue of estate planning through different eyes – those of the loved ones you will leave behind.…

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Fired After Making A Complaint At Work? Why You Need To Hire A Wrongful Termination Lawyer

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Were you recently fired from a job because you chose to speak out about unfair practices that were taking place in the office? If some of the people working above you were taking advantage of you, treating you unfairly, and making uncomfortable remakes because of your gender or race, you may have decided enough was enough, reporting those comments and the unfair treatment to someone in the HR department. When you made your report, you probably expected things to get better, but they might have become much worse for you.…

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Exceptions That Allow You To Leave The Accident Scene Before The Police Arrive

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You probably know that it’s illegal to leave the scene of a car accident; doing so can attract criminal charges. The law is designed to help accident victims get prompt medical care and identify the liable parties. However, there are exceptions to this rule; here are a few examples of those exceptions: Passengers The duty to stay at the scene of an auto crash only applies to the drivers involved in the crash.…

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