2021

How A Lawyer Or Nonprofit Service Can Help You Get Started The Right Way

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Are you looking to start a nonprofit organization in order to help others or to advocate for a specific cause? Whatever the reason you are going down this path, you likely already know by now that a nonprofit organization is not set up quite the same way as your typical business. There’s going to be a lot of paperwork and other considerations you’ll have to tackle at the start if you want to get set up correctly and hit the ground running with your new company.…

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Why The Trustee Might Be Mishandling The Trust

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Trustees are sometimes not trained enough to prepare themselves for the task of being trustees. There is also sometimes a lack of transparency. In extreme cases, this can lead to trust litigation. To avoid these issues and to make sure that your interests are represented when an issue involving a trust blows up, you will need to speak with a trust attorney.  The Fiduciary Duty of the Trustee A trustee has the responsibility to act on behalf of the beneficiary of the trust.…

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Three Myths To Be Aware Of Regarding Social Security Disability

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When you are unable to continue working and earn money to keep your household going, social security disability benefits can help fill that gap that you are missing. Some people may be uncertain as to whether they have a disability that qualifies them for benefits, which can make things feel a bit intimidating. The same is true even for those who feel more certain about their disability. There is a lot of paperwork involved, in addition to medical exams and the possibility of being denied for benefits.…

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Can You Get Compensated For Vaccine Injuries?

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There has been much debate around vaccines lately due to the COVID-19 pandemic, even as they continue to protect people from diseases like the flu, mumps, tuberculosis, and yellow fever. Vaccines in the U.S. are safe, but they can cause mild to severe effects just like any other medical intervention. Hundreds of people file vaccine injury claims annually through the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP), mostly related to flu shots.…

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