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  • Do Big Insurance Companies Fix Elections? Or Bribe Judges in America?
    Do Big Insurance Companies Fix Elections? Or Bribe Judges in America?

    We would all like to believe that “buying judges” is not a problem in real life. It only happens in the movies, right? And, who would suspect an auto insurance company of fixing an election in ...

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  • What is a General Durable Power of Attorney?
    What is a General Durable Power of Attorney?

    When it comes to managing your financial assets, it is important to make sure you have a General Durable Power of Attorney. This important legal document will determine who has the authority to manage ...

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  • What Is Probate?
    What Is Probate?

    Probate is the process whereby a court determines what is the decedent’s last will and then appoints the Personal Representative to carry out the directions in the will. In Colorado and a few other ...

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  • Corporate Penalties Decline Dramatically, Will American Life Do the Same?
    Corporate Penalties Decline Dramatically, Will American Life Do the Same?

    A report released Wednesday, August 1, 2018, by Washington-based watchdog Public Citizen, found a drastic decline in the enforcement of penalties against corporations that violate federal laws. The ...

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  • Is Your Drinking Water Safe?
    Is Your Drinking Water Safe?

    Adults, children, and babies all need water every day of their lives. In fact, after air, water is the most essential element needed to sustain human life. Because water plays such an important part ...

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  • My Child is Disabled & on a Government Program. Can I Leave Them Anything in My Will?
    My Child is Disabled & on a Government Program. Can I Leave Them Anything in My Will?

    Typically, assets which are left in a will to a disabled child will act to reduce or eliminate eligibility for governmental benefits until those assets have been exhausted. There is, however, a ...

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