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Driving Safely Through the Holidays

According to the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), the total number of car accidents in 2017 is 120, 993. Out of this total, over 525 crashes were considered as fatal, and almost 2, 000 people were affected with severe injuries. Traffic accidents can affect anyone— from children to adults. As a driver, you can

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Best Practices for Pedestrian Safety

Over the years, our country has effectively driven a collective effort toward increased motor vehicle safety. The last decade or so saw a decrease of around 6% in total traffic deaths. Yet at the same time, pedestrian fatalities rose 35%, and another 4% in 2018 alone based on new data. Even though the state of

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Mortgage Company: The Things You Should Know About Mortgage

It’s hard to buy a house in cash. That’s why lenders have an alternative to offer their clients, and that is a mortgage. Getting it comes with interests, though, so you must avail of the right type, particularly one that you won’t have a hard time paying. It would also be best to contact a good mortgage

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What Makes a Paralegal So Important

No matter where you go in the world, there will always be a demand for lawyers and legal services. Such is the reach of the law that almost every aspect of life — from businesses to family matters — can be placed under legal jurisdiction. Hence, it is no surprise that lawyers have a steady

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The Deadliest Road Violations in Utah

Road accidents happen due to unforeseen circumstances, but more often than not, they’re a result of someone’s blunder. There are plenty of laws, regulations, policies, codes and written and unwritten rules to prevent road accidents, and violating any of these can be deadly. According to the Utah Driver Handbook, these are the leading causes of

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Elements of Desertion as a Basis for Divorce

In marriage, you and your spouse make a conscious decision to spend your lives together. In some instances, however, this is not the reality in your union. Desertion or abandonment is now one of the most common grounds for divorce. In most states, this is among the grounds of fault-based divorce. Some people confuse desertion

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Methods of Transferring Property to Your Family Members

Property ownership is one of the critical aspects of self-actualisation for most people. As such, the real estate market marks one of the most lucrative investment alternatives for most people. You will be investing in property to guarantee the financial security of your loved ones. At some point, you will pass the property to your

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Bankruptcy 101: Nondischargeable Debts Due to Allegations of Fraud

Filing for any kind of bankruptcy does not guarantee that your debt will be automatically discharged. Some types of debts, which are known as nondischargeable debts, will still remain the debtor’s responsibility. Debts that have resulted from fraud are a type of nondischargeable debt. But for debts to be considered nondischargeable, the debt’s creditor should

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Determining Who Gets Child Custody

Nobody wants to go through a divorce. The experience is stressful and traumatizing, especially to children. However, it’s inevitable. You need to establish a child custody arrangement to reduce the impact of seeing their parents part ways. In Kent, as is with the rest in the state of Washington, you and your ex-spouse are allowed

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Grow Your Wealth With a Little Help From the Government

Capital gains are one of the most gratifying features of investing in the commercial real estate sector. Well, that’s before the government swoops in for their cut, which can be anywhere up to 40% of the gain. Failing to remit such taxes can get you into deep legal trouble and cost you a lot of money. Unless

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