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Adoption Tax Credit May Increase With H.B. 206!

House Bill 206 would increase the amount and change the refundability of an existing tax credit for adoption. Under current law, this credit equals the greater of $1,500 or a taxpayer's adoption expenses, up to $10,000. The Bill increases the minimum credit that may...

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How to Make the Most of Dying

The end of life can be chaotic and painful, even if you have money and family support. Though doctors may assume terminally-ill people want to live as long as possible, a 2017 study showed people care more about avoiding strain on their families, having medical...

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WHAT HAPPENS AT THE HOSPITAL DURING MY ADOPTION?

While your baby’s birth mother is in the hospital, a social worker from the Social Services Department will visit to answer questions about the hospital, the adoption process, or parenting. You may visit during visitation hours, or stay in another room by request, but...

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Aretha Franklin Dies Without a Will…No Respect!?

The Queen of Soul died without a Will!! What will happen to her musical dynasty? Who gets her Estate?...her four kids, equally. What if one of the kids is a spendthrift? What if one of the kids has special needs? What if she didn't want her kids to get an equal share...

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

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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