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How Can You Prepare for Reentry While Still Imprisoned?

The notion that you cannot begin rebuilding your life until you complete incarceration is not true. You can still set goals, look for volunteer opportunities and find creative ways to prepare for reentry.

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No-Fault Divorce vs. Fault-Based Divorce in Pennsylvania

Divorce is an emotional experience, regardless of how amicable your situation is. As you prepare to file for divorce, you must decide if you will file for a no-fault or a fault-based divorce.

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Is There Ever Any Reason to Use an Irrevocable Trust?

At some point during your estate planning journey, you may come across the term “irrevocable trust.” You may also encounter a person or professional who tries to convince you that using an irrevocable trust is a good idea, but be wary.

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Differences Between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Chapters 7 and 13 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code outline two options for filing for bankruptcy. To be eligible for Chapter 7, the debtor’s disposable income must be insufficient to repay his debts.

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How Do Brain Injuries and Personal Relationships Tie Together?

Your brain is the center of your life, so it makes sense that an injury to your brain will impact all aspects of your life, too. While most people focus on the mental, emotional and financial impacts of a head injury, it is important to remember the impact it can have on your personal relationships, too.

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What May Cause an Officer to Stop You For DUI?

Contesting DUI charges is something you probably never want to deal with. Knowing not to get behind the wheel after you have had a few drinks may help you avoid unnecessary arrest and criminal charges.

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What Should I Know Before Filing for Bankruptcy?

When debt is overwhelming, and you see no reasonable way to get a handle on it, bankruptcy is usually a good option. However, you must have the right information to ensure your filing is a success.

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Do I Need to Update My Will?

Once you have a will or estate plan established, you may think you never have to worry about it again. However, not updating your documents periodically could be lead to unfortunate circumstances for your loved ones.

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Should You Try out Parallel Parenting?

As a divorcing parent looking for ways to co-parent peacefully, you may feel like many of the traditional options do not work for you. Shared custody, for example, often requires a high level of communication and cooperation that simply does not suit every divorcee.

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The Difference Between Complete and Incomplete SCIs

After a car accident, it is normal for anyone to want to put that trauma behind them as quickly and as smoothly as possible. But some injuries risk long-term recovery or even life-long disability.

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