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How to Choose the Right Type of Power of Attorney for You

If you have ever wondered what a power of attorney means but were afraid to ask, don’t worry, you’re not alone. The term “power of attorney” can be quite confusing since its definition varies depending on whom you ask. But in general, a power of attorney (POA) is a document that allows one person to

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Tips in Setting Up a Shooting Range Business

Shooting ranges are businesses that offer firearms and ammunition to the public for recreational shooting. They often have indoor and outdoor firing positions, a retail area for guns, ammo, targets, and other supplies, as well as classrooms in which people can learn about gun safety or get their concealed carry permits. But you need to

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How to Settle Visitation Rights Amicably Between Conflicting Parties

When parents are no longer together, it can be challenging to determine who should have custody of the children and what visitation rights should be granted to the other parent. In some cases, both parties may agree on a visitation schedule that works for them without having to go to court. However, if you cannot

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Knowing Your Rights as a Company Driver

Company drivers are the backbone of any trucking company. However, many drivers don’t know their rights as a driver and may not be aware of all the protections they have under federal law. In this article, we’ll cover some areas that you should always be aware of when driving for a trucking company. 1. Minimum

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A Comprehensive Guide to Same-Sex Child Custody

When parents divorce, one of the most difficult parts of that process can be determining who will get custody of the children. Determining custody isn’t as easy when parents are same-sex couples and live in states where gay marriage isn’t allowed, because the courts are unsure if they have jurisdiction to make such an important

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The Role of the Government in Crime Prevention

The role of the government in crime prevention has been a topic of debate for many years. In recent times, security measures and law enforcement have taken center stage in the debate, but some experts believe that this approach is not effective enough. They recommend that the government invest in social programs and poverty reduction initiatives to

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Steps to Successful Business Succession Planning

Succession planning is a must if you want to sustain your company. It is a sort of insurance for your company today. This is more critical for higher designations and essential positions of management. If your company does not have a proper plan, it can disrupt profitability when a crisis arises. A good succession plan

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What Happens if You Fail to File Your Taxes?

The deadline for filing taxes usually falls on April 15th annually. When taxpayers cannot make the deadline for various reasons, they have the option to extend filing to October of that year. However, what happens if you miss the deadline without filing an extension? Whether you have forgotten to file your tax returns or deal

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Effective Asset Protection if You Didn’t Sign a Prenup

No one gets married thinking that they would get separated, divorced, or annulled one day—but it’s something that every couple must prepare for, no matter how in love they are, especially when the marriage involves a substantial amount of different types of assets. If you’re married but didn’t sign a prenuptial agreement, here are some ways

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The Ability to Protect Yourself from Harm or Trouble

Everybody has gotten involved in a bad situation, one way or another. Sometimes, people do not know what to do and how to react to a situation that they are not familiar with. Being clueless about a situation could lead to abuse or even worse, property loss. An individual must know his rights and should

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