by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., Esquire, CELA A Health Care Power of Attorney simply appoints a Health Care Representative to make medical decisions without giving any direction to the representative. The Advance Directive gives instructions for end-of-life decision-making. A Health Care Power of Attorney can be combined... 
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What if you sell a variety of lines? Say, commercial and group benefit lines? And you also sell personal lines, such as final expense or term insurance and you want to harness the power of social media to get the word out about your agency and products. A blog is your ticket, but it has to be interesting and relevant... 
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When two people decide to marry, it is one of the most beautiful expressions of human emotions. Agreeing to spend your life with another person mutually is one of the norms of our life. However, it’s not always that such relations work out.  The reasons couples for a divorce can be varied. They can either be emotional... 
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When you go through an Orange County divorce, the process can be painful. Sometimes though, these divorce cases can drag on and on making life difficult for the spouse involved in the process since the spouse will have to bear the expenses of the lawyer fighting the divorce cases and an open case without resolution. Getting... 
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The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) wants to reduce the number of distracted driving collisions by stepping up its do not text and drive campaign. Dubbed “Talk, Text, Crash,” the newest campaign in a series of attempts to stop distracted driving is being promoted in all major Texas cities, including... 
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Going through a divorce is not easy.  It can be nothing short of emotional torment. The torment in addition to being emotional is more mental, with a feeling of failure and guilt overcoming the spouse now and then. Sometimes this emotional torment can be turned by the spouse on one another, leading to high conflict... 
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Have you thought about the rights that parents have regarding their children when divorce occurs?  The subject of child custody and parental rights is not often clear or understood. Legal Custody The word legal custody defines the authority to make the choices of behalf of a child that is a minor or has not yet reached... 
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There is ample research to suggest that family caregivers are more distressed by behavioral problems and changes in the personality of their loved ones than by their physical disabilities. For instance, while it may prove challenging for family members to physically pick up the body of a loved one who has suffered... 
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For some veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a basic good night’s sleep can often be elusive. A college student has developed a smartphone and smartwatch application that aims to help veterans by preventing night terrors, which are a major symptom of PTSD. Tyler Skluzacek, a senior at Macalester... 
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A judgment in the amount of $14.3 million was rendered in a medical malpractice lawsuit arising out of a case in which a baby suffered severe brain damage at birth. A jury in Cook County, Chicago, determined that ISMIE Mutual Insurance, Illinois’ largest insurance company, acted in “bad faith” when it failed... 
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