How to Protect Your Family When You and Your Spouse Work in the Same Business

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You and your spouse live together, you work together, and chances are you spend a lot of your free time together. Having a successful marriage and business takes a lot of hard work and dedication but can also be among the most rewarding things in life. To help keep you on the right track, here are a few tips. Create …

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What Happens When Your Disabled Child Turns 18 and What You Need to Do Beforehand

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When your child is under the age of 18, you, as their parent, can make most, if not all decisions, on their behalf. However, when your child turns 18, the law views them as an adult, and you no longer have the ability to control what and how decisions are made, or even receive relevant information about those decisions. For …

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Your Judgment of Divorce: The First Step in Estate Planning

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You have recently divorced your spouse and the judge has signed the divorce judgment. Now what? Although you may feel as though you have spent enough time and money on lawyers, there is one last attorney you need to talk to: an estate planning attorney. If you and your former spouse had estate planning done together previously, it is necessary …

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Protecting a Loved one Who Is, Will Be, or Has Been Incarcerated

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It is natural to want to protect our loved ones no matter what. However, you may be finding it difficult to provide a prosperous future for your loved one if that person will be, is, or has been incarcerated. Unfortunately, this event will forever change your loved one’s life, but with the right planning, you may still be able to …

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The Importance of Getting a Health Power of Attorney in Illinois

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While it’s an awful thing to contemplate, it’s wise to consider what kind of medical treatment you would like to receive if you are ever unable to communicate it yourself.  Getting a health power of attorney in Illinois is a good precautionary measure to consider. Most people think of a health power of attorney in connection with elderly relatives. Still, …

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Saturday Links

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Had a nice Saturday afternoon catching up on my RSS Feed.  This is what I found: What are your thoughts regarding genetic biodiversity in our food system? The G-20 Agriculture Ministers made an action plan last week to help mitigate hunger & food price volatility around the globe. Let’s take the Taboo out of end-of-life conversations.  We are all going …

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