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Worried About Deportation? How To Protect Your Children Should You Be Detained

If you're in this country illegally, new laws regarding illegal immigration put you at risk for deportation. If you have minor children, the new laws put them at risk as well – even if they were born in the United States. Unfortunately, if you're detained, your minor children could be placed into the foster care system, especially if you haven't implemented a plan for them. If you're at risk for detainment and deportation, here are four steps you need to take to protect your children. Read More 

Going Through A Divorce? 2 Tips To Help You Get Through This Difficult Time

Going through a divorce is difficult for everyone involved, especially if you have children. Fortunately, there are many tips you can learn to help you get through the divorce to make things a little easier for you. Below are two of these tips so you can get started on rebuilding your life. Hire a Divorce Lawyer You may think you can go through your divorce on your own to save money. Read More 

Why Personal Injury Mediation Doesn’t Always Succeed

Mediation is often touted as one of the best ways of negotiating personal injury settlements without filing a lawsuit. However, there are cases where mediation fails and you have no option but to file a lawsuit. Here are some of the reasons mediation may not always be successful: Impatience Most mediators will tell you that you won't solve everything in the very first meeting. In most cases, it takes a few negotiation sessions for the conflicting sides to reach an agreement. Read More 

How A Liquor License Can Help Your Music Festival Succeed

Starting any kind of music festival is going to be a challenge if you aren't sure where to begin or what to do. Thankfully, you can improve your profitability by investing in a high-quality liquor license. You might be surprised at just how beneficial these are for your festival. Profit Margins For A Music Festival Are Slim While music festivals can be vastly successful when run properly, they tend to have a pretty slim profit margin. Read More 

How To Minimize Estate Taxes

Estate taxes can eat into your assets and seriously diminish your heirs' inheritance if you aren't careful. Here are a few legal ways to minimize estate taxes during estate planning: Family Limited Partnership One option is to create a family limited partnership, which is a type of an arrangement in which members of a family own a business exclusively without the involvement of outsiders. If you want to use it as an estate planning tool to minimize taxes, then you can create a family limited partnership business and include your heirs as co-owners of the business. Read More