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What is a wrongful death lawsuit?

When you’re grieving, every death feels wrong. Losing a loved one is always painful, but if that person was a breadwinner in your family, it can be an especially grueling process. Naturally, filing a complicated lawsuit may be the last thing on your mind. And because wrongful death lawsuits can be long and drawn out

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Plan wisely: 3 common mistakes to avoid when estate planning

Estate planning is not just for the rich and famous, but for anyone with a car, home, or money in the bank. An estate plan maximizes the value of the estate that you’re passing on to your beneficiaries and it gives you the opportunity to make informed decisions about how your assets are handled before

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Estate planning basics: living wills vs. last wills

Curious about protecting your interests? Read about these two kinds of estate planning tools that are often mistaken for one another: wills. Your last will and testament (often referred to as simply “a will”) is the document that instructs those you leave behind after your death in how to manage everything physical you left behind: your money,

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All fraud involves misrepresentations but not all misrepresentations are fraud: the differences and why its important

It’s easy to confuse fraud with misrepresentation but the two concepts can be very different. FRAUD Common law, or judge made law, generally identifies nine elements needed to establish fraud: (1) a representation of fact; (2) its falsity; (3) its materiality; (4) the speaker’s knowledge of its falsity or ignorance of its truth; (5) the

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Used car buyers beware – no lemon law protection in Arizona

Many people believe that Arizona’s “Lemon Law” allows them to cancel a purchase agreement for a used car and get their money back if they experience any mechanical problems after they drive it off the lot.  If you are one of those people, you would be wrong. The so-called lemon laws enacted in every state

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