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October Tax Filing Extension: Is it Worth It?

For all of us, tax day has always fallen on April 15 for most years. However, due to the adverse effects of the global health crisis, a lot of things have been upended. The dreaded coronavirus disease threw a monkey wrench on our programs and messed up our affairs. Out of fear for public safety,

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Brain Injury

Caregiver Burnout: What Is It and How Can You Prevent It?

Are you caring for a loved one who is sick, recently got into an accident, or is a senior parent? Know that you can be at risk of developing caregiver burnout. But what is it exactly, and what can you do to prevent it? Do you find yourself becoming easily frustrated, angry, or annoyed over

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Crucial Aspects You Should Know When it Comes to Arbitration

Upholding a brand’s name is among the vital undertakings of all businesses. As such, companies will go all out to quash anything that might lower the public’s view of their brand. Even so, conflicts are frequent in workplaces, just like in all places where people from different backgrounds interact. Court battles trying to solve different

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Silver Linings: Seeing the Good Amid All the Bad

With all the doom and gloom we’ve been hearing everywhere about the global pandemic brought about by COVID-19, people are responding with dread, panic, and paranoia. People are hoarding hand sanitizers and toilet papers from grocery shelves. Most are retreating to their home worried about their jobs and how they can provide for their families. With

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Before Marriage: Preparations to Make When Deciding to Tie the Knot

When everyone around you knows you’re engaged, you’ll hear a lot of advice and words of wisdom, especially from those who are already married. Warranted or not, it’s almost unavoidable. But this is going to be one of the most important decisions of your life, so the more knowledge you have before the wedding, the

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Pointers for Clients Who Are Planning to Switch to a New Attorney

Whether you are undergoing litigation or you have some legal documents to verify, changing your attorney may be a decision that may change the direction of the case. This may mean working on some adjustments and, in some occasions, starting all over again. But this should not be the case. When you have a good

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car accident

Avoiding Road Accidents: Car Parts You Should Maintain

Nobody ever wants to get caught up in a road accident. You may feel comfortable neglecting your vehicle now. But failure to check on it may eventually end up with your vehicle failing you. Vehicles are consist of wear and tear components that can give up over time. If left with no care at all,

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divorced parents

Getting on Your Feet Again After a Divorce

After the dust has settled in on your divorce agreement, what do you do now? There are a lot of reasons couples divorce. Each divorce is a story unto its own. Some have been married for years. Others had whirlwind romances. Some have children and have to go through a legal custody battle. Some don’t. Others

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Served: Popular Court Documents Explained

Being a process server is serious work. You have to deliver legal documents like warrants and complaints. Tension can arise when these are sent. In addition, the papers should be sent before a deadline. Failure to do so can result in case delay and court fees. This is why those qualified are the only ones

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Things You Should Know When Purchasing Property

Buying a house or a piece of land is a big commitment. It’s also something that gives people security in life. For many, a home is the most expensive property that they can own. This is why it’s essential to be careful about your dealings, so here are the things you should know first: Consult

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