Food Network celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis must give up half her assets earned while married to ex-husband Todd Thompson as the divorced couple did not sign a prenuptial agreement when they married in 2003. The couple’s divorce was finalized on September 3, 2015 after 11 years of marriage. The net worth of... 
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The Veteran’s Administration (VA) offers a pension benefit to low-income veterans (or their spouses) who are in nursing homes or who need help at home with everyday tasks like dressing or bathing.  The pension, called Aid and Attendance, is currently underused, but impending regulations will soon make it available... 
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There are many different kinds of caregivers. While some travel to the home of the elderly or disabled person to provide care, others give emotional support to their family members who reside in an assisted living facility or a nursing home.  And then there are long-distance caregivers who provide the economic support... 
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The LaGarde Law Firm and Manfred Sternberg & Associates sent an e-mail on October 19th with instructions and an internet link to allow their clients to answer online the Interrogatory questions they are required to answer in the Fun 5’s lawsuit.  IF YOU HAVE NOT ANSWERED THE INTERROGATORY QUESTIONS IT... 
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Attorney Richard LaGarde Attorneys Richard and Mary LaGarde attended the annual American Board of Trial Advocates [ABOTA] Dinner at the La Colombe D’Or Restaurant in Houston on October  24th.  Mr. LaGarde received a plaque recognizing his service as former President of the organization’s Houston branch.... 
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Don’t drink and drive is an admonition to be taken to heart by not just the general public, but also by police officers, on and off duty. Recently, a Travis County, Texas, detective was terminated from his position when he was arrested and charged for drunk driving. The 47-year-old officer, a 24-year veteran of the... 
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The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is enforcing new rules to ensure that veterans and visitors to VA hospitals, clinics and other facilities can bring their service dogs to appointments. The new policy took effect on Sept. 16. Visitors to VA facilities can now bring service animals if they “are individually... 
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“Spending down” your assets is the term used to describe the reduction of your assets in order to qualify for Medicaid. There are some assets that are not required to be sold or spent in order to be eligible for Medicaid. These are called noncountable assets, and they include the home, a car, household goods and... 
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Never let it be said that online insurance marketing is a slam dunk, because it is not. Like other things in life and in business, you have to work hard to get what you want. Selling insurance is a calling at which some do very well, and some appear to grow their business without seeming to work too hard. Do not be... 
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Going through a divorce can be an experience full of torment, trials, and tribulations. How do you get through a period in your life when you are ending a relationship that you started to last the distance? The emotional, mental and psychological ramifications of going through a divorce can be huge. Can you avoid it?... 
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