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CINC: Know Your Rights

CINC: Know Your Rights

Having a baby is one of the most joy filled times of a parent’s life.  But with the joy comes a lot of responsibility. You go from caring for just yourself to caring for yourself and another individual.    Unfortunately, life happens and sometimes a...

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Is Estate Planning Necessary for You?

Is Estate Planning Necessary for You?

Nearly everyone should have an estate plan. Estate plans protect and plan for events such as incapacity, emergencies, and death. An estate plan consists of documents that protect individuals during and after circumstances that are out of their control. Nearly...

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Repairing and Building Your Credit

Repairing and Building Your Credit

Approximately 8 in every 10 Americans are in debt.[1]  Debt may include mortgages, automobile loans, credit cards and student loans. This debt amounts to $13.86 trillion.[2] Debt is crippling many households, causing many to make career, family planning, and...

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Choosing the Correct Business Entity

Choosing the Correct Business Entity

Choosing the Right Business Entity It is the start of a new year and that often means that people are taking action to start the business that they have been dreaming of. One of the first steps that a business owner should take, is to make sure that they select the...

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Clean Up Your Past: Understanding Expungements

Clean Up Your Past: Understanding Expungements

According to the Ava DuVerne documentary, 13th, Americans make up 25% of the world's prison population. Millions of people are released from jails every year. Maybe one year, you were included in the millions of people who were released after being incarcerated....

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Updating your Estate Planning Documents

Updating your Estate Planning Documents

Once is not enough when it comes to your estate planning documents. Will and Trust instruments should be updated once every three (3) to five (5) years. Learn more about if you need a Will. Learn about the benefits of a Trust. An attorney can help you decide what the...

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What are the Benefits of a Trust

What are the Benefits of a Trust

Most people are familiar with Wills and their benefits for estate planning. Wills are one of the basic documents of estate planning, however, there are more instruments that can and should be used in your estate planning. A Trust is a management relationship where one...

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