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3 Things You Should Do While Talking To Your Estate Planning Attorney

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When you go to see your estate-planning attorney, you might not know how to converse with them. Many estate-planning attorneys are very personable, and want you to have a positive experience. Here are a couple things that you should do when talking to your estate-planning attorney. 1. Be Honest About Finances and Assets Finances are very personal. Many people do not like to talk about their savings accounts, debt, property, assets and much more.…

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Understanding Your Rights At A DUI Checkpoint

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Believe it or not, police-conducted DUI checkpoints are completely legal across the United States. While they’re not incredibly common, DUI checkpoints can be established on any public road, provided that the police give advance notice of the checkpoint and conduct themselves accordingly while stopping vehicles. Whether you’ve experienced a DUI checkpoint stop in the past or not, it’s important that you fully understand your rights so that you can be prepared to handle yourself properly in the event that you do run into one in the future.…

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4 Consequences Of Having A Felony On Your Record

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Whether it is for armed robbery or a DUI, getting charged with a felony is a serious matter. Even if you do not have to serve any time in jail, you can face consequences for the rest of your life. Here are four consequences of having a felony on your record.  It Will Be Difficult to Find Employment One of the most serious consequences of having a felony on your record is difficulty finding future employment.…

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