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Don’t Let Your Soon-To-Be Ex Get Your Stuff!

Rather than seeking divorce, a common trend among married couples is to remain married but permanently separated. While this may be comfortable on a personal basis, it does not mean that they lose their spousal rights and privileges. Both fashion designer...

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Don’t Make These Estate Planning Mistakes

Making a plan for end of life is hard, but necessary. Retaining an attorney is the best way to ensure your wishes are carried out. There are plenty of things to bear in mind. First, never assume your estate is not valuable enough. The costs of hiring a...

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Fighting For Custody of Your Foster Child

Most foster care arrangements are intended to be temporary, but a good foster parent understands a child’s welfare comes before all other concerns. As a foster parent, you may find it is in a child’s best interests to remain in your care rather than return...

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When Should Foster Parents Hire an Attorney?

Especially where children are concerned, the consequences of losing legal custody can be far worse than anyone is prepared to accept. In situations like these, it is to a foster parent’s advantage to have an attorney on hand, both as a spokesperson and a...

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Prince’s Estate: Who Gets the Jewels?

A Minnesota judge decided that singer Prince has six siblings as his rightful heirs, bringing them closer to collecting their shares of the singer’s $200 million estate. Since Prince’s death due to an accidental opioid overdose, more than 45 people came...

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Getting Remarried? Better Update Your Estate Plan!

Around 40% of marriages are a remarriage for at least one of the spouses. Getting remarried can affect your estate plan. Many older adults are focused on making sure their grown children or grandchildren receive an inheritance. Without adjustments to an...

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Birth Mother Adoption Expenses

Birth mothers are bearers and givers of the gift of life. There is no price tag on this gift. During the adoption process, the adoptive parents incur all costs so that the birth mother is economically unburdened. The adoptive couple can legally pay for a...

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