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Can debt collectors use text or email?

Many will recall getting fraudulent emails from a fake Nigerian prince asking for help transferring money. While that scam is over ten years old and apparently still effective, tech-savvy fraudsters continue to evolve in their approach to stealing from their victims....

Medical debt overwhelms millions

Medical costs have long been a common reason that Americans file bankruptcy. This may be due to not carrying health coverage at all, high insurance deductibles, or being forced to use a less expensive plan that did not cover the underlying injury or illness. CNBC...

The right parenting plan balances kids and career

Divorce impacts every part of a parent’s life. This includes such essential but often competing priorities as children and career. It can mean that dad is now more hands-on by picking up the kids after school or ferrying them to sports or music lessons. For mom, it...

What not to put in a will

Drafting a will is always a wise decision. Of course, it enables a parent or loved one to pass along certain assets to specific beneficiaries. Still, it is also an official legal document that can state instructions for healthcare protocols, designate guardians or...

Can social media impact my divorce?

Preparing for divorce requires a sharp focus to protect your best interests. In a divorce, anything you say or do can affect the outcome, and the same is true for your spouse. When a court scrutinizes the actions of both spouses, how can social media affect the...