How To Sell Your House Through A Lease-To-Own Deal

13 April 2018
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If you cannot find a buyer for your house but need to move out of it, you may want to sell your house through an alternative type of sale. One of the options you have for this is selling through a lease-to-own deal. A lease-to-own deal is a great option that offers a lot of protection for you, the seller, and here are some of the top features of lease-to-own sales. Read More 

Accidents That May Be Eligible for Victim Compensation

21 March 2018
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If you have been injured in an accident, you may wonder whether you should seek compensation for your damages. People who incur personal injuries in accidents that don't involve vehicles may assume that compensation is only available for auto accident victims. However, there are many other types of accidents for which victims can be compensated. Here are a few of them. Dog Bite Incidents People who are bitten by dogs may be eligible for compensation. Read More 

2 Reasons To Hire An Estate Planning Attorney

16 February 2018
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Many people put off planning what will happen with their assets once they pass away, which can often be a rather large mistake. Here are two reasons to speak with an estate planning attorney in order figure out how your assets will be handled once you pass away. They Can Assist You With Maximizing What You Leave Behind A vital reason to work with this type of attorney is that they can assist you with maximizing what you leave behind. Read More 

3 Things To Know About Filing A Life Insurance Claim

6 February 2018
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Losing a loved one can be a traumatic experience. However, in many cases, the deceased loved one has a life insurance policy that must be claimed. Failing to make a life insurance claim is surprisingly common. In fact, there is around $1 billion in life insurance benefits that haven't been claimed by beneficiaries. While making a claim is the last thing on many people's minds, it's something that should be done fairly quickly. Read More 

Over Age 50 And Disabled? Widow(Er)S Take Note: SSA Has A Special Entitlement Process That Applies To You

18 January 2018
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Normally, a widow or widower who expects to be entitled to benefits on a deceased spouse's Social Security has to wait until he or she is aged 60 or older to collect. That changes, however, if the widow(er) is disabled. In that case, benefits can begin as soon as the widow(er) reaches the age of 50. There are some important additional fact, however, that you should know if you are thinking about filing -- especially if you happen to be discouraged by all the horror stories you've heard about how hard it is to get approved for benefits these days. Read More