Three Things Everyone Should Know about Estate Planning

Posted on: 19 June 2015

Too many people put off estate planning because they don't think that they have enough assets. However, almost everyone has an estate—even if it is a modest one—and having a detailed estate plan ensures that your family doesn't spend months dealing with probate court after your death. So, even though it's unpleasant, you need to take some time to think about your death and what happens to your estate afterwards.
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Three Simple Steps to Deal with an Auto Accident

Posted on: 5 June 2015

Immediately after you are in an accident on the road, the prevailing feeling may be confusion. In addition to this confusion, you may also be dealing with physical pain and mental anguish. When you combine all of these things, you are probably not in the best state to take decisive action post-accident. For this reason, you may want to commit the following post-accident checklist to memory. Notify the Police The first thing you should do is to notify the police immediately.
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3 Valuable Tips When Getting A Divorce

Posted on: 20 May 2015

When you are getting a divorce, it is vitally important that you learn the proper steps of moving forward in a business like manner at such an emotional time. In addition to hiring a divorce lawyer to guide you, there are some guidelines that you must follow in order to make your divorce go through as smoothly as possible. Read the guidelines laid out in this article, so that you can keep some peace of mind as you go about the business of your divorce.
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Protecting Your Cohabitation Partner Financially If You Pass Away

Posted on: 4 May 2015

You may feel confident that nobody in your family would dispute your inheritance intentions for your partner if you were to pass away. Nevertheless, it's essential for you to have a will in place. Many people believe that living together for a certain length of time constitutes a common-law marriage and that the spouse automatically inherits assets, but that's usually not the case. Others trust their family not to contest intentions that the cohabitation partner inherits real estate and valuable belongings, but often that trust is misplaced.
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