Tag Archives: Long

Executors Can Count On Long, Arduous Estate Settlements

The typical size of an estate at time of settlement is between $50,000 and $250,000, with about 11% falling below $10,000 or more than a million. According to a survey of 1200 people by EstateExec, a company based in the… … Continue reading

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How to Read Long Privacy Policies the Easy Way

the quint: “So once I tried reading the privacy policy of a company and post that the process ran its natural course. There were parts I felt were absolutely inconsequential and the excessive use of jargon resulted in me giving … Continue reading

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MLB and MiLB Player Lists: A Long List of Lists

Player lists are important.  MLB and MiLB players get transferred, assigned and moved onto many different lists on any given day.  Even more confusing for Players, a Player can be on more than one list. Nonetheless and in no particular … Continue reading

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Legalization of Marijuana in Canada & Long Term Disability Claims

It is now old news that Canada has become the 2nd country in the world to legalize marijuana, as noted in this CNN article. The Canadian government has done this in order to normalize the market for marijuana and to … Continue reading

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The U.S. Has A Long, Troubled History Of Detaining Families Together

Imperial Regional Detention Facility John Burnett on NPR reports on possible family detention. Now that President Trump can no longer separate migrant families apprehended at the border, his administration is preparing to lock them up as a unit. The Defense… … Continue reading

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