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Does a Term in a Marital Settlement Agreement Where an Alimony Paying Spouse Must Provide Life Insurance Naming the Ex-Spouse as Beneficiary Support an Alimony Obligation or Not?

By:  Bonnie C. Frost In a case which might, at first glance, be overlooked, the purpose of life insurance as it relates to alimony (and possibly as it might pertain to child support) is discussed clearly and succinctly.  In Wheeler … Continue reading

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Determining if a county is obligated to provide for the defense and indemnification a county officer named as a defendant in a lawsuit against the County

Determining if a county is obligated to provide for the defense and indemnification a county officer named as a defendant in a lawsuit against the County  Dunn v County of Niagara, 2018 NY Slip Op 03271, Appellate Division, Fourth DepartmentDanny … Continue reading

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Chronic Care Act Allows Medicare to Provide More Benefits for the Chronically Ill

Recently, Congress enacted a law offering additional benefits to Medicare beneficiaries with various chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, complications from injury, and heart failure. The Creating High-Quality Results & Outcomes Necessary to Improve Chronic (CHRONIC) Care Act adds coverage to … Continue reading

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New bicycle helmet testing finds ‘urban’ models may provide less protection than sleeker helmets

By Casey Clark CHICAGO (June 27, 2018) – In 2016 alone, at least 840 bicyclists were killed in crashes, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Half of those killed were even wearing helmets. According to a new study … Continue reading

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As immigrant families face separation, law students can provide volunteer help

The American Bar Association is urging action in Congress on the separation of children from their parents when arriving at the southern border. And if you’re a law student, several organizations are asking for your help. The CARA Family Detention Pro … Continue reading

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