Month: April 2014

Einey-Meanie-Miney-Moe

My friend DeFeyter, the dutch pugilist, called me the other day to ask about jurisdictional limits. Not that he used that term, of course. His question was something like, “This bum owes me some money. Where do I sue his keyster?” For a moment, I wondered if my friend was involved in loan-sharking but decided …

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Will You Be Able to Make Medical Decisions if Something Happened to Your Children?

It’s important to remember that along with the typical rights and responsibilities we associate with turning 18, there are other consequences of adulthood that require action by parents to protect their adult children. Once a child turns 18 and attains legal adulthood, the relationship between parent and child becomes drastically different. The Health Insurance Portability …

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Tax Time Blues

Let’s say you’re a working mom with three kids. Your ex just told you he claimed the kiddos on his taxes because he pays child support. There’s nothing in your judgment about this. What happens if you claim the kids on your taxes? If you both claim the kids, the IRS may catch the “double …

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