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Election Security Remains Just as Vulnerable as in 2016

The ability to vote for local, state, and federal representatives is the cornerstone of democracy in America. With mid-term congressional elections looming in early November, many voices have raised concerns that the voting infrastructure used by states across the Union … Continue reading

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Can Social Security Disability & SSI Benefits Be Garnished?

Can Social Security Disability & SSI Benefits Be Garnished? Generally, creditors cannot garnish Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits.  Unsecured creditors cannot use garnishment of SSDI benefits as a method to recover unpaid debts. However, there are three main exceptions to … Continue reading

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Online Security Basics for the Busy Lawyer

Every lawyer that has a busy practice has a thousand things to worry about every day of the week. It is easy to let the day-to-day chaos of a law office over-shadow the importance of protecting the data in your … Continue reading

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Should I Restart My Social Security Disability Claim?

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Rational Security: The 'Follow Your Lodestar' Edition

John Bolton comes out swinging in his first major speech as national security adviser. Is Russia behind a mysterious string of illnesses at U.S. diplomatic facilities? And Trump administration officials met with coup plotters in Venezuela.    Shane credits Woodward … Continue reading

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