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Debt of a Loved One After Death

by Adam J Krohn November 3, 2013 BigLaw

When a loved one dies it can be difficult to cope, not only with the death but also with the added pressure of creditors who call to collect debts. You may question whether the debt collector can collect on the debt from family members. The answer to that question depends on several factors. Our experienced […]

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Your Crash Course on Immigration and Social Work

by edralyn April 20, 2013 Legal Careers

Your Crash Course on Immigration and Social Work The image of America as a “melting pot” has persisted for decades, and in many cities, seems more prevalent than ever. An article written by George Borjas on the Center for Immigration Studies website notes that as many as one million immigrants come to the United States […]

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Using a Defacto Agreement can Protect Your Assets – If Done Correctly

by Anne Stewart February 28, 2013 Legal Forms

For couples that are involved in a defacto relationship, it is important to protect your assets. Defacto couples have the same rights as married couples when it comes to sharing assets. When a separation occurs, there can be many issues that arise regarding the assets and finances of the relationship. One of the best ways […]

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Wanting to make a will? Nolo unveils will making software in the US

by Legal Author December 10, 2012 Legal Forms

Some interesting info if you’re looking to make a will in the US. BERKELEY, CA (December 3, 2012) – Nolo, the nation’s leading publisher of do-it-yourself legal information, has released the 2013 version of Quicken WillMaker Premium Family Edition. A market leader for over 25 years, Quicken WillMaker Premium Family Edition is among the best […]

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