Estate Planning Tips If You Have Young Children

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A lot of people do not start planning their estates until they are middle-aged. By this age, your children are probably grown up and may even live in their own homes. While some people prefer waiting until this time to begin their estate plans, it is a better idea to plan your estate while your kids are young. If you do not do this and something horrible happens to you and your spouse, what will happen to your children?…

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Tips To Follow During A DUI Stop

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The best way to avoid DUI charges is, of course, to avoid drinking before driving in the first place. But people make mistakes sometimes, and there’s a chance you might one day find yourself behind the wheel of a car, getting pulled over after leaving the local bar. If you ever find yourself in this situation, here are some tips to keep in mind during a DUI stop. Don’t Be Your Own Worst Enemy…

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Two Ways Your Doctor Can Affect Your Long-Term Disability Claim

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Your doctor is a key figure in your journey to getting approved for long-term disability benefits since the insurance company will depend on the evaluations and treatments this person provides to determine your eligibility for payments. While a good doctor can be immeasurably helpful in securing your benefits, a bad doctor can get your claim denied. Here are two ways this can happen and what you can do to protect yourself.…

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