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10 Common Legal Issues a Legal Plan Covers

When most people think of legal issues, they think of serious crimes or lawsuits. Because of this, many people don’t think that they’ll need to see an attorney. However, the More...


New Year’s Legal Checkup

Happy New Year! A new year brings with it a fresh opportunity to get your life organized and accomplish your goals. Getting your new year started off right with important legal More...


5 Winter-Related Legal Issues You Should Know

If you are one of the lucky ones that live in an area where it snows this time of year, you are quite familiar with the toll snow and ice More...


Do’s and Don’ts of Holiday Shopping

The holiday shopping season is prime time for identity thieves.  Holiday shopping often involves risky behaviors such as opening new credit cards, carrying around multiple credit cards and using your More...


Tips for a Safe, Legal-Incident Free Halloween

A holiday all about dressing up in costume and scaring people is bound to lead to some trouble from time to time. Although there are a number of common legal More...


Legal Plan Assistance for Dealing with a Natural Disaster

Our thoughts are with all of those impacted by recent hurricanes. We know that dealing with the aftermath of a natural disaster is a stressful and difficult time. There are More...


Why You Need Advanced Directives

After you’ve drafted your Will to protect your assets and family, you should consider drafting advanced directive documents to state your wishes regarding medical treatment in the event you become More...


Facebook Data Breach: What to do

Last week Facebook announced that there was an attack on its computer network that potentially exposed the personal data of nearly 50 million users. The attackers took advantage of a More...


5 Life Events That Can Lead to Identity Theft

Many people only think of identity theft when they are notified of a security breach or have their wallet stolen. Although these events do increase your risk of identity theft, More...


Have You Considered Pets in Your Estate Planning?

Did you know that without a Will or Trust to dictate what you’d like to happen to your pet, the responsibility for him or her will fall to your next More...