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A comprehensive checklist: What to do after a car accident

Being involved in a motor vehicle accident is incredibly stressful, potentially painful and usually expensive. Knowing what steps to take if you find yourself in this scenario may mean the difference between panic and decisive action. Are you equipped to handle this...

How can I help my children adjust to my divorce?

When you file for divorce, you’re changing not only your life – but the life of your children as well. Divorce for parents can be even more emotional and challenging because of how all the changes will affect their kids. For parents, it’s crucial to offer children as...

Hiring divorce attorneys

When a marriage is no longer working out, many believe that divorce might be inevitable. As difficult as this trying time may be, it is vital for the couple to seek understanding, aggressive and compassionate divorce attorneys that will fight for their well-being and...

When is bankruptcy the best option to deal with massive debt?

Millions of Americans face overwhelming debt, and the number having trouble making payments could reach as high as 67 million due to the current pandemic, according to a recent survey by the financial website WalletHub. For many, bankruptcy can be a positive step for...

4 ways to keep your estate out of probate court

After you pass away, your estate must pass through probate court, where a judge will oversee your personal representative's settling of any outstanding debts and disbursement of your assets to your heirs. While this process usually is uneventful, sometimes a...

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Amy M. Levine
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Our Latest Blog Posts

A comprehensive checklist: What to do after a car accident

Being involved in a motor vehicle accident is incredibly stressful, potentially painful and usually expensive. Knowing what steps to take if you find yourself in this scenario may mean the difference between panic and decisive action. Are you equipped to handle this...

How can I help my children adjust to my divorce?

When you file for divorce, you’re changing not only your life – but the life of your children as well. Divorce for parents can be even more emotional and challenging because of how all the changes will affect their kids. For parents, it’s crucial to offer children as...

Hiring divorce attorneys

When a marriage is no longer working out, many believe that divorce might be inevitable. As difficult as this trying time may be, it is vital for the couple to seek understanding, aggressive and compassionate divorce attorneys that will fight for their well-being and...

When is bankruptcy the best option to deal with massive debt?

Millions of Americans face overwhelming debt, and the number having trouble making payments could reach as high as 67 million due to the current pandemic, according to a recent survey by the financial website WalletHub. For many, bankruptcy can be a positive step for...

4 ways to keep your estate out of probate court

After you pass away, your estate must pass through probate court, where a judge will oversee your personal representative's settling of any outstanding debts and disbursement of your assets to your heirs. While this process usually is uneventful, sometimes a...

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