Protect Your Interests By Making Your Separation Legal

Posted on: 23 July 2018
When it looks as though things are not getting any better between you and your spouse the word 'divorce' may rear its head. In most cases, divorce can take some time to be final and lingering issues could mean that you won't get the final decree for many months. This means that there is a transition period between the spouse moving out and the divorce being final. Read on to learn how to make the most of the separation period by making moves to protect you and your children's financial situation.
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Several Things To Know About Legal Guardianship Of A Minor Child

Posted on: 20 June 2018
If you have been caring for your grandchild for the past year or so and do not currently have legal guardianship of this child, you may want to consider making this official through the court system so that you have the rights you need for this child. Legal guardianship offers rights to a caregiver that are equivalent to the rights a parent has over his or her child. Here are several things you should know about this if you are considering taking this path.
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3 Tips To Help You Avoid Securities Fraud

Posted on: 21 May 2018
Securities fraud can occur when a stockbroker or any other financial adviser tries to push you towards a specific investment with less than honest intentions. If you want to make sure you protect yourself while trying to invest your money, here are a few tips to keep in mind. Always Do Your Own Digging Yes, the reason you are seeking out investment ideas from a professional is because you don't understand the stock market much yourself.
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Facts Every Business Owner Seeking A Liquor License Should Know

Posted on: 17 April 2018
Any business in the United States which seeks to sell alcoholic beverages needs to first obtain proper liquor licensing. Liquor licenses are issued on a state level, so you have to become intimately familiar with local licensing and application requirements. First, you need to have a properly licensed business on the books before you can even become eligible to apply for a liquor license. Next, there are the fees that you have to pay at the time that you submit your liquor licensing application.
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