A Guide To Dealing With A DUI

Posted on: 9 April 2016
When you get pulled over by a police officer who suspects that you are driving under the influence, every decision you make from that moving forward is critical. Each state has its own set of laws that you must understand when it comes to drinking and driving. Read this guide in order to understand the legal ramifications of drinking and driving, as you also hire a lawyer to help. The Limits You Must Follow 
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How Life Insurance Complicates Estate Planning, And How To Deal With The Complications

Posted on: 26 March 2016
Buying life insurance is one of the best ways of guaranteeing financial security for your family. However, it needs careful planning for it not to complicate your estate planning initiatives. If you aren't careful, then your life insurance may complicate your estate planning in these two major ways: Increased Tax Liability Upon your death, you want every asset, including the death proceeds from your life insurance, to go to your beneficiaries.
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Searches And The 4th Amendment: A Guide For The Layman

Posted on: 23 February 2016
The fourth amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects every American's civil right to be secure against unreasonable searches of their person and homes. Many people may not fully understand their rights under the fourth amendment and how the courts deal with this issue. Here is a more detailed look at this critical legal topic. Conditions  The 4th amendment says that law enforcement officers may conduct searches as long as they have asearch warrant signed by a judge.
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How To Qualify For Medicaid By Spending Down Assets

Posted on: 8 February 2016
If you ever need a nursing home, you could be disqualified from government insurance because of your assets, since Medicaid uses strict income guidelines to determine eligibility. Spending down your assets is one way to qualify for Medicaid. As it implies, spending down involves lowering your income to meet eligibility. Here are some tips to spend down your assets. Qualify as Medically Needy Check to see if your state has a medically needy program, which means you spend down to the income limit through medical expenses.
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