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What Are The Reasons You Can Contest A Will?

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When a person creates a will, they create a legal document stating that these are their wishes for their possessions after they are gone. Normally wills will go through the courts with no problems, but because of certain circumstances some wills do get overturned and may require probate administration. What are the reasons for contesting a will? Mental Capacity One of the top reasons wills can be contested and overturned is that the person who made out the will lacked the mental capacity to do so.…

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Making Quick Work Of Divorce

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Many people assume that so-called “quickie” divorces are still widely available for those who wish to part ways in a fast and efficient manner. In fact, the quickie divorce of old is no longer available here in the United States. There are still some faster-than-usual ways to divorce both here in the U.S. and by hopping the border. Here is how you can quickly get out of a marriage contract.…

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Three Times You Can't Live Without A Business Attorney

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Many small business owners set up shop and focus on daily operations and expanding their client base. They don’t think about legal issues, or how to handle legal issues, until after the need for an attorney arises. It can be difficult to make an informed choice when choosing an attorney in the midst of a legal battle. As a result, while hardly any small business can afford to have an attorney on the corporate payroll, it is highly beneficial to have an attorney that deals with small business issues on retainer to handle the following legal issues that may pop up in the course of doing business.…

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Smart Money Moves To Make During Your Divorce

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Going through a divorce can be a stressful, emotional process. Some people lose sight of managing their finances because the divorce seems to be all-consuming. Here are some smart money moves you should consider while going through a divorce. Change Your Will Your will doesn’t change just because you are getting divorced. If you don’t amend your will, your spouse may be entitled to your estate. Talk to your divorce attorney about making the appropriate changes to the document.…

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How Can You Receive A DUI Due To Marijuana Use?

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With more parts of the country legalizing marijuana, it may be causing you to have questions about the legal uses of it. Even though it may be legal to use marijuana, it is still a substance that can impair your driving and cause you to get a DUI (driving under the influence) citation if caught. Here are some key things you need to know about DUI laws relating to marijuana use.…

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The Do's And Don'ts Of Custody Battles

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Custody battles are undoubtedly one of the worst nightmares a parent can experience.  The thought of someone else telling you when you can see your child, and under what circumstances, can be terrifying.  As scary and overwhelming as the situation is, it is crucial that you keep your wits about you and make the best, most collected, choices possible in order to ensure the best outcome for your child. Below are some do’s and don’ts of custody battles, that will help to ensure things go smoothly and in the best interest of your child:…

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