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What is a Contingency Fee?

It’s Wednesday evening and you just got off work, but you remember that you need to pick up some ingredients for dinner. You make a detour to the local grocer to pick up some chicken and carrots on your way home – it’ll only take fifteen minutes.

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Selling Your Business

The majority of businesses in the United States are small businesses. To understand the impact that small business has, consider the fact that small business generates nearly 60% of all new jobs within the United States.

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Misconceptions About Personal Injury Claims

Personal injury is one of the most actively practiced areas of law, but there are many misconceptions surrounding it. It’s not the fault of the general public for these misconceptions – the law is an intricate system full of rules that often don’t make sense in isolation.

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Removing a Trustee

Trustees are responsible for administering a trust for the benefit of the beneficiaries. In some instances, multiple trustees may administer a trust as co-trustees.

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Buying A House After Bankruptcy

It is no secret that filing for bankruptcy can harm your credit. However, compared to simply letting your accounts go past due for months on end, bankruptcy may actually be better for your credit over the long term because there are no repeated “dings” on your credit score.

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An Overview of Retirement Plan Options

Retirement planning is essential given ever-increasing life expectancies in the United States. Unfortunately, many Americans fail to save adequate amounts to make it through retirement.

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The Damages Calculation: Predicting What Your Case Is "Worth"

When someone has been injured in an accident, one of the prime considerations is whether the claim is worth pursuing. Injury victims need to whether the facts and the overall situation would create a legal liability for someone else.

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The Basics of Powers of Attorney

A power of attorney is an estate planning document that has a variety of uses. There are several types of these documents available, and each one performs a slightly different function.

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The Importance of a Jury for Your Personal Injury Case

Jury trials are an important part of our democratic society. Thomas Jefferson once stated, “I consider trial by jury as the only anchor yet imagined by man by which a government can be held to the principles of its constitution.”

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Using Your Will to Dictate How to Pay Off Debts

Most people realize that they can use their last will and testament to set out who should receive particular assets or income. However, few people understand that they can also describe how they would like specific debts paid off in their will as well.

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