Many neighbors have disputes, but disputes over property lines and fencing often can be the worst. While many people try to resolve these disagreements on their own, this can be complicated without getting the help of an attorney and going to court. There are several facts that are relevant to your situation when a neighbor
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When a person dies, they either die with a will or without a will. A valid last will and testament is a legal declaration made by a person in anticipation of death. It provides for how their property will be distributed upon their death, and who will distribute it. If they die without a will,
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Purchasing real estate, whether a new home for your family or a piece of property for you future plans, is a significant purchase. In fact, it is one of the most significant financial decisions most people will make in their lives. More than that, the impact of a purchase like this is significant on emotional
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In case you didn’t already know, the U.S. federal government runs a social health care insurance program for low-income individuals and families who have difficulty affording the costs of health care. The program was designed to provide US citizens (or legal permanent residents) an insurance option for low-income parents, children, seniors and also those people
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One of the greatest responsibilities of a parent or guardian is the proper care of those who depend on them. That responsibility is even greater for those who parent or care for a child, dependent or loved one who has special needs. You may consider creating a special needs trust to ensure that your loved
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“It’s not hard to make decisions when you know what your values are.” -Roy Disney  Eenie, Meenie, Miney, Moe A trust is a powerful weapon in your estate planning arsenal. For many, the right trust can best protect and allocate the assets of your estate. There are many options available when it comes to the
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“A good plan is a roadmap that shows us exactly how the choices we make today will affect our future.” -Alexa Von Tobel One of the greatest challenges facing today’s seniors, is the struggle to afford the ever-climbing costs of health care coverage. As they age, the need for health care increases immensely, while at
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“There is something permanent, and something extremely profound, in owning a home.” – Kenny Guinn , Former Governor of Nevada Home buying is one of life’s more significant events. The American psychologist, Abraham Maslow, developed a hierarchy of innate human needs. He proposed that shelter or having a place to call home is one of
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