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More Seniors Are Filing for Bankruptcy Due to Rising Costs of Long Term Care

If you can’t afford long-term care, you should be prepared to qualify for Medicaid as quickly as possible. But this kind of advanced planning is often overlooked and could be catastrophic depending on your individual situation. The cost of long … Continue reading

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CFP: Modern Intellectual Property Governance and “Openness” in Europe: A Long and Winding Road? – Antwerp, Belgium

The University of Antwerp (Research Group Government and Law) in collaboration with the Ionian University (Greece), the KU Leuven (CiTiP) and the University of Ghent invite papers for the 8th International Conference on Information Law (ICIL)—Modern Intellectual Property Governance and … Continue reading

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Lease Terms: How Long Should They Be?

A Boston landlord tenant lawyer can provide comprehensive advice to property owners and to renters in negotiating the terms of a lease agreement. There are many provisions that need to be included in a lease, including details about what a … Continue reading

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How Long Do You Have to File a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

When you are injured in an accident, you have a limited time to bring a personal injury lawsuit to recover damages. The clock starts ticking on the statute of limitations when one of the filing events takes place: The date … Continue reading

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How Long $1 Million Lasts in Retirement

Saving a nice $1 million for retirement used to be the goal for most people, but now it may not be enough depending on where you plan to live out your days. Andrew DePietro, a research and data analyst at… … Continue reading

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