Three Legal Documents Everyone Needs

No one knows what the future holds. You, or your loved ones, could live for the next 100 years or pass away tomorrow. As such, it is important to have your affairs in order and a plan of what you want done following your death or incapacitation. There are many documents that can be included in an estate plan, but the following are four that you should really consider. Will A will is a legal document that outlines what a deceased person would like done with his or her assets after death. The will can address all assets that an
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Keeping Your Family Safe while Traveling for Spring Break

We have reached that time of year when the countdown to the end of winter weather beings. The first step for many families in preparation for warmer weather is taking a spring vacation. Whether you fly across the country or drive a couple of hours away for a quick getaway, safety is always a concern. You do not want a relaxing and fun vacation with your family to end in tragedy. It is important to plan ahead and be ready to handle emergency situations as they arise. In making travel plans, here are some things to keep in mind: Method
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The Effect of Busy Emergency Rooms on Healthcare

When you are injured or sick, you often rely on the care of hospitals and healthcare providers. The emergency room is the place most people turn to in the event of an unexpected injury or illness that requires immediate care and cannot be scheduled with your primary care physician or doctor. As convenient and necessary as emergency rooms might be, they are growing busier and busier every day. How does this impact the care you receive in an emergency room? Emergency rooms that are understaffed and overburdened with the task of caring for a great amount of people can cause
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A Guide to Virginia Child Custody

Divorces can be difficult and messy. Deciding to end your marriage is not easy. This process is only made more difficult when there are children thrown into the mix. Not only must couples figure out how to divide their assets and adjust to life apart, but when the couple has children together there needs to be a child custody agreement in place. Below is the information you need to know about child custody in Virginia.
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Can Social Media Affect My Divorce?

We live in a social media world. News is available almost instantaneously, we are able to share pictures with friends and family across the world at the click of a button, and we can share any thought we have on various social media platforms
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