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3 Legal Hazards of Social Media

Most people log on to Instagram or Facebook and think the content they post is harmless. You can control your privacy settings and manage your audience, so is there any real risk in getting personal via social media? Despite the customization abilities you have, the answer is yes.
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Some Advice Is Best to Ignore During Real Estate Transactions

A challenging aspect of putting a home on the market in Virginia is dealing with all of the unknowns. For instance, how much can the home be sold for, and who will end up buying it? Home sellers’ co-workers, friends and family may be quick to offer advice based on their own opinions, but unfortunately, not all advice regarding residential real estate transactions is good advice.
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Trusts Can Help to Protect Assets Long Term

In today’s busy society, estate planning is easy to put off and perhaps never get around to doing. However, this process, which involves creating wills and/or setting up trusts, is critical for protecting one’s assets down the road.
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Rear-End Car Accidents May Lead to Injuries, Death

A man sadly lost his life in a rear-end motor vehicle collision in Virginia. Meanwhile, another man suffered serious injuries in the accident. At times, these types of car accidents may stem from a driver’s negligence, which is grounds for a liability lawsuit.
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Never Post Details of A Car Accident on Facebook

Social media has greatly altered how some court cases end. More attorneys bring Facebook posts and tweets into the courtroom to claim someone should not receive as many benefits. This is especially pertinent after a car accident when the insurance company will use anything possible to get out of paying damages.
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Car Accidents May Happen Due to Improper Passing

A tragic motor vehicle accident involving two cars recently took the lives of two individuals in Virginia. The head-on car accident occurred along Route 683. These types of car accidents may happen as a result of a driver’s carelessness, which is grounds for litigation.
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Trusts, Wills, Other Documents Essential Parts of Estate Plans

Considering estate planning can seem overwhelming. What exactly does a Virginia estate plan involve, and how can individuals go about setting up trusts and creating other pertinent documents? Here is a rundown of the most critical components of any comprehensive plan.
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Leaving Rental Properties to Heirs

If you make good money as a landlord with several rental properties, you may be wondering how to devise a plan to pass on the business to your heirs. The fact is that you have several options.
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DIY Wills, Trusts May Spell Trouble

The goal of an estate plan is to ensure that an individual’s assets pass to his or her loved ones in the most seamless way possible. One of the worst things that can happen is to have an estate tied up in a costly and lengthy probate proceeding.
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More Real Estate Transactions Occurred in February

Even though a large number of properties are currently on the market, existing home sales were strong in February. This comes from a recently released report on the number of real estate transactions that have taken place during the past few months.
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