Winter Is Coming! Avoid Auto Accident Liability By Taking These Precautions

Posted on: 28 October 2015

Winter is coming -- and it is bringing along freezing rain, sleet, snow, and icy roads as its companions. Before you brave the winter weather in your car, you should understand what your responsibilities are when it comes to preventing snow and ice-related car accidents. Two simple steps can help you reduce your chances of being in an accident. They can also reduce your liability to others if you are. 
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3 Ways To Ensure Proper Estate Planning

Posted on: 13 October 2015

Proper estate planning is essential for everyone to do. Death can come at any time, and taking a few moments to plan what you want to happen to your estate can make things easier on your loved ones after you pass on. Unfortunately, there are common mistakes that occur with estate planning though. Use the guide that follows to learn how to avoid a few common mistakes when planning your estate.
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Entering Into A Partnership? 3 Things Small Business Owners Need To Know For Protection

Posted on: 28 September 2015

When it comes to small businesses, many owners tend to want to operate as a partnership rather than a corporation. However, not all small business owners and operators know how to adequately protect themselves in a partnership. Here are three things that you'll want to do to keep yourself protected when you enter into a business partnership: 1. Don't Overlook the Importance of a Written and Signed Agreement. You may be entering into a partnership with your best friend of 20 years and know that you can trust him or her, but you should never go on that gut feeling or that friend's word.
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Suing a Court-Appointed Guardian Ad Litem: How It Affects Your Custody Case

Posted on: 8 September 2015

If you are in the midst of a custody battle with your former spouse, you probably have been assigned a guardian ad litem, or GAL, to represent the interests of the children. If you disagree with the GAL's investigation, findings, and recommendation, you can request an appeal. You may also be able to sue him or her, but there are some definitive issues in doing so. Conflict of Interest Despite your disagreements with the GAL and your desire to pursue civil litigation against him or her, there is one major problem.
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