Divorce isn’t the only part of family law. It includes laws of custody, domestic partnerships, stepparent adoptions and many other things one ought to know about. Here we’ll take a look at some of the matters that are included in family law. Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements Sometimes when a couple decides... 
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Accident victims often suffer injuries that result in high medical costs as well as lost income. Receiving a settlement can take months, even years to work its way through the courts. In the meantime, many plaintiffs struggle to pay even the basic necessities of life such as the mortgage/rent or daily living expenses.... 
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If you are relocating to a new home that is within your Medicare plan’s service area, you will be able to keep your plan. However, if you are relocating to a place outside of the service area of your Medicare Advantage (Part C) or Part D plan, you will have to make changes. You will also need to make changes if... 
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There are times when you may be on the phone with a prospective customer discussing policies and what would best suit their needs when they begin to raise objections. You may think you have heard them all before and have a ready answer for just about anything someone can throw at you. STOP! Take the time to listen... 
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by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., CELA Once a Medicare Set-Aside Arrangement (“MSA”) has been considered, the next question is how much is necessary to fund it. If future medicals have been plead or claimed and future medicals are specifically released in a Release signed in connection with the third party liability (“TPL”)... 
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The Right To Vote For Individuals with Disabilities By Stacy M. Sadove, Esq. March 25, 2016  is the last day to register to vote for the New York Presidential Primary Election (The last day to register to vote for general election should be postmarked by October 14, 2016 and received by October 19, 2016; or handed... 
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By Stacy M. Sadove, Esq. The last day to register to vote for the New York Presidential Primary Election (held on Tuesday, April 19) is March 25, 2016. With this date quickly approaching, many parents of adult children with special needs question whether their child will have the opportunity to vote when they turn... 
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Divorce mediation and a collaborative divorce may sound similar but the mechanics of these two approaches can be quite different. If you are unsure on which one is better suited to your situation, here is a look at how they work and what to expect. Alternative to court trial While there are some ways in which collaborative... 
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There is no sense in working a lead diligently and then not asking for a sale, otherwise referred to as closing the sale. Sure, you may be unsure as to whether or not the prospect is going to convert or not, but if you leave the closing question unasked, you are left in limbo, and “maybe” sales don’t count. Act... 
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One of the biggest problems that veterans face today is homelessness. In an effort to reduce homelessness among the state’s veterans in 2016, the Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) approved two grants on January 29. The Michigan Veterans Foundation will receive a Housing Development Fund grant of... 
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