Month: July 2020

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Five Secrets Insurance Firms Aren’t Telling You

Insurance companies assist policyholders in times of need. When you sustain a severe injury or lose something valuable, policyholders typically file a claim with their insurer to obtain compensation for medical bills, loss of belongings, pain and suffering, and inconvenience. Sadly, not all insurance providers are genuinely interested in helping you. Some of these insurers …

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Visa Talk: What You Need to Know About Proclamation 10014 and Visa Processing During COVID-19

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, getting a US visa wasn’t such a complicated matter if you had all the documents and requirements ready. What caused recent complications was the lockdown, and the health and economic repercussions of the pandemic. If you or your immigration attorney were in the middle of processing your visa when the shelter-in-place …

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Debts After Death: What Happens to Your Finances When You Die?

People with considerable assets draw up a will to determine what happens to their properties after their death. A will lets you dictate the division of your properties and even give special instructions on the care of minor children in your family. However, not everyone manages to finalize their will before passing. As such, their …

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Overcoming Family Loss and Tragedy: Communication and Preparation

For most people, estate planning is the least of their priorities. They'd rather invest their time in planning other things instead of keeping their family secured. Although it isn't as fun as preparing for your future travels, neglecting to focus on estate planning would only risk everything you worked hard for several years. Dealing with …

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