by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., CELA This is the final article in a series devoted to protecting assets from claims of creditors. (The other articles in the series are here: Part 1 and Part 2.) The main issue in this type of planning is the Fraudulent Transfer Act. Previous articles have discussed insurance, titling of... 
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by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., Esquire, CELA On December 16, 2014, Congress enacted and sent to the President for signature an Act known as Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act of 2014.[1] This Act is to provide a tax-favored account, similar to a 529 Plan, for individuals with disabilities to pay for qualified... 
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ExxonMobil has filed a lawsuit against three industrial services companies and three insurance companies over a fire in its Beaumont, Texas refinery. The blaze resulted in injuries to several workers. The lawsuit was filed on September 9 against Clean Harbors Industrial Services, Signature Industrial Services, Brock... 
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Welcome to The Maggio Law Firm’s PODCAST explaining how California Family Courts determine child support. http://www.maggiolawfirm.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/How-Do-California-Family-Courts-Determine-Child-Support.mp4 Gerald A. Maggio is an experienced Orange County divorce and family law attorney and family... 
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On November 20, 2013, a seventh grade girl in Nevada used her school’s website to report that her friend, Hailee Lamberth, was being relentlessly bullied by another girl at school. Under Nevada law, school officials should have informed Hailee’s parents, Jason and Jennifer Lamberth, within 10 days of the report.... 
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A wrongful death lawsuit was filed in Cook County by the family of a Palatine man who died after he was punched outside a bar and hit his head on the sidewalk. The family of Ryan Flannigan, 26, filed the lawsuit against Michael Platt, 35. Authorities said that Platt punched Flannigan on the night of July 18, outside... 
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When placing a loved one in the care of an assisted living facility, it is expected that the resident will receive quality care. Unfortunately, negligence and abuse are all too common resulting in serious injuries or death. The most common types of nursing home negligence are physical, mental, and sexual abuse. •... 
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When a Medicare beneficiary is hospitalized, whether you are coded as “admitted” or under “observation” makes all the difference in the world if you are looking at Medicare paying any cost of care for your rehab in a nursing home in Michigan. I just finished my Wester Michigan University-Cooley... 
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Child support is the amount one spouse has to pay the other after a divorce or custody case to be spent on the needs of the parties’ child. Child support cases can sometimes be a little complex in nature while most commonly they are contested in courts by both parties rigorously. There are often times though,... 
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In a holiday season supposed to be filled with charity and good-will, people’s experience at the airport terminals at this time of year is the exact opposite of comfort and joy. And recently, US Airways had to apologize to a veteran for the way its flight attendants treated his service dog. Eric Calley, a Marine... 
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