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What is confidential between you and your attorney?

Attorney-client privilege is absolutely necessary when it comes to building the best possible defense case, yet often it is unclear what remains confidential between an attorney and the person they are defending. The American Bar Association states that “in the absence of the client’s informed consent, the lawyer must not reveal information relating to the

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Why You should be Cautious On Social Media if you’re on Disability

Sources say that the federal government has been attempting to use social media in order to find people who have been fraudulently receiving disability payments. As such, it might be wise to ensure that your Social media profiles on websites such on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram are consistent with your disability status. The United States

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Don’t Forget To Talk About College Planning For Children During A Divorce

College Planning For Children During A Divorce Are you getting divorced? Don’t forget to talk about and plan for how you will pay for your children’s college. You can learn more @ www.cnbc.com (CLICK KERE) Divorce and remarrying can have an impact on financial aid eligibility, and some schools will require financial information from both

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