Three Tips To Protect Your Loved One From Nursing Home Abuse

Posted on: 13 October 2016

If you have put your elderly parent or grandparent in a nursing home, you have to be mindful that while the nursing home may have appeared to be perfect the first day you took a tour, that doesn't always mean that it is perfect. In fact, there could even just be one staff member that is abusive and not helpful towards your elderly parent or grandparent. This means that not only are you not getting what you have paid for, but your parent or grandparent is not being treated with the respect that they deserve.
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Want To Get The Most Out Of Your Divorce Attorney And Get The Most From Your Divorce? Here's How

Posted on: 26 September 2016

Ivana Trump is credited with saying, "Don't get mad, darling, get everything." While that may work for the rich and famous, it does not work quite so well for the lower class and the middle class. In fact, it might work in reverse for you, simply because you could be viewed as immature or vengeful. Then there is also the question of your divorce attorney. He or she should have the years of experience needed to help you through a potentially long divorce process.
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Flipping A House? Why You Need A Real Estate Attorney

Posted on: 6 September 2016

Maybe you enjoy do-it-yourself projects and are ready for the challenge of fixing up and then selling -- sometimes called flipping -- a house. Or maybe you've spotted a real estate deal that's too good to pass up, and you think that a little elbow grease and some help from a knowledgeable contractor could make the house you've found a great candidate for making some money. Is a Home Flip Smart?
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Two Things You Should Know About Forgiving Debts In Your Will

Posted on: 14 July 2016

When you pass away, a debt someone owes you isn't automatically cancelled. In fact, the executor of your estate will be tasked with collecting the money from the debtor until the loan is paid off. If you decide you want the person's liability for the debt to end when you leave this mortal coil, you'll have to essentially cancel the debt in your will. However, there are two important things you must know to ensure your wishes are respected when you die.
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