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Don’t Make These Common Mistakes after Being Arrested

If you get arrested, regardless of the type of crime and whether or not you committed the crime, there are some things you should not do. Unfortunately, these actions seem harmless to someone who doesn't know any better, so they are quite common among people being arrested for the first time. Here are three very important things you should avoid doing if you get arrested. 1. Telling the Police What Happened Read More 

Will Your Child Lose Disability Benefits After Turning 18?

Every one to six years, the Social Security Administration, or SSA, conducts a redetermination of people who receive disability benefits. Certain events, such as your disabled minor child turning 18 years of age, can trigger a review. If you have been notified that your child is due for a redetermination, here is what you need to know.  What Is the SSA Looking For? To prepare for the redetermination, it is important to understand exactly what the SSA is looking for. Read More 

Who Gets Fido? Pet Custody And Divorce

Child custody arrangements are often major issues in a divorce, but the disposition of pets are becoming increasingly common issues in divorce court as well. Many people think of their fur babies as children, so it's no surprise that who gets custody of the beloved family pet is so hotly contested. If you have a divorce in your future, read on for more information about how pet custody issues are decided. Read More 

3 Mistakes To Avoid In Your Social Security Disability Case

Social security disability is designed to help those who are suffering from a condition that is affecting their everyday life and preventing them from doing the things they normally would. Oftentimes, people applying for benefits aren't aware of everything the process entails, and they end up making a few mistakes along the way. If you are looking to apply for benefits and want to make sure you don't end up losing out on your benefits, here are a few key mistakes to avoid making along the way. Read More 

FAQs About Protecting Your Online Presence After Death

Estate planning is far more than just creating a will. It is also about protecting your digital legacy. The presence you leave behind online and the instructions for handling can sometimes be as important as other aspects of your life. If you are considering what to do with your digital legacy, here is what you need to know.  What Is a Digital Legacy? A digital legacy can refer to your social networking accounts, online communities in which you participate, and your blogs. Read More