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  • Starting a Business While Receiving Unemployment

    …) programs funded by the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012. These programs allow qualified individuals with viable business plans to receive unemployment as long as they work full time to start their business. Not every state has such a program, however, so you should discuss this option with an experienced unemployment attorney…

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  • Is it Time to Update Your Will?

    … own at that time. State laws have changed – You always want to make sure your will adheres to all state laws and is valid and enforceable under the law. Your trusted estate planning attorney can help to advise you of any relevant changes in Missouri law that may affect your will. Even if none of the above major events have occurred, time…

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  • Long Term Effects of a Missouri Car Accident

    …. Treatment could include surgery for reconstruction using metal rods, plates, and screws. Recovery takes months, not days, and full recovery might not be possible. Lifelong pain, nerve or blood vessel damage, and arthritis are possibilities – as is death from blood loss, blood clots, or infection. Back and spinal cord injuries: Car crashes…

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  • Will I Lose All of My Assets if I File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

    …, it is certainly possible that some of your assets may be seized and sold by the bankruptcy trustee handling your case. The Missouri Bankruptcy Exemptions Are Generous There is an important word in material above – “nonexempt.” Bankruptcy law seeks to provide people who have gotten in over their heads financially a fresh start while being fair…

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  • The Estate Planning Toolbox — Part 2

    … can instruct that you do or do not want to be kept on artificial life support or any other wishes in line with your ethical, moral, or religious philosophies. Discuss Your Options and Needs with a St. Louis and St. Charles Estate Planning Attorney All of the above documents should be carefully considered because they will directly affect your own…

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  • Two Ways an Unemployment Attorney Can Help You With Your Claim

    … no fault of your own, there is a good chance that you are entitled to unemployment benefits through Missouri’s unemployment insurance program. These benefits provide unemployed workers with up to 20 weeks of benefits to help them pay their bills while they are seeking new employment. While it is certainly possible to apply for and receive unemployment…

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  • FAQ About Trusts in Missouri

    … said, it is highly advisable to do so. Trust formation can be complicated and confusing, and online do-it-yourself estate planning services do not allow you to tailor your trust to your specific needs. If I Have a Trust, Do I Still Need a Will? Many people wonder whether they still need to draft a will after creating a trust. Generally speaking…

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  • Are Auto-Drive Cars Safe? MO Car Accident Lawyers

    … accidents on its ledger. It answered those crashes with upgrades to its Autopilot system, including measures to ensure drivers don’t take their hands off the steering wheel for too long. Nissan is doing that, too, and GM has been developing eye-tracking software intended to ensure the driver is paying attention to the road at all times. One big issue…

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  • How Much Time Do I Have to File a Claim After an Auto Accident?

    … PEDESTRIAN CAR ACCIDENT LAWYER MO ILLINOIS CAR ACCIDENT DISTRACTED DRIVING ACCIDENTS ROLLOVER ACCIDENTS TRUCK ACCIDENT LAWYER ST LOUIS MO MULTIPLE CAR ACCIDENTS REAR-END ACCIDENTS UNINSURED MOTORIST UNDERINSURED MOTORIST MO MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT ATTORNEY MEDICAL PAYMENTS COVERAGE UMBRELLA COVERAGE VIEW ALL MO AND IL LEGAL SERVICES The post How Much Time Do I Have to File a Claim After an Auto Accident? appeared first on The Bruning Law Firm. …

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  • Will Creation Checklist

    … A last will and testament is a powerful tool that allows you to direct your assets to specific people or organizations after you pass away. In the absence of a will or other estate planning tool that provides for property to pass to specific parties, Missouri intestacy law will apply, which may or may not reflect your wishes. Making…

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  • FAQ Regarding Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in St. Louis

    … exemptions available under Missouri law, including those for your home, your vehicle, your bank accounts, and your personal belongings. Will I Be Able to Keep My Home? Whether or not you will be able to keep your home depends on the amount of equity you have in your home. Generally speaking, if your equity exceeds the amount of the exemption…

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  • Using a Trust to Avoid Probate

    … own living trust in Missouri, but you can also name another person to act as trustee. Many married people choose to act as co-trustees, as management of the trust will simply pass to the other spouse should one pass away or become incapacitated without court involvement. One of the main benefits of placing assets into a trust is that the assets…

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