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3 Things You Need to Know about Getting Your Juvenile Conviction Expunged

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Do you have juvenile convictions on your record? Are those convictions preventing you from landing a job or getting accepted into schools? Criminal convictions can have far-reaching consequences, even if years have passed since the crime took place. Many juveniles grow and mature from the time of their crime, yet prospective employers often aren’t able to look past the fact that they have a conviction on their record. Fortunately, you have options available.…

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After Death: How To Prevent Your Family From Arguing Over Your Estate

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No matter how large or small your estate might be, you probably want to leave it to the ones who are most close to you when you pass away. One thing that you might not have thought about, however, is the possibility of your family arguing over your belongings after you are gone. Unfortunately, many families find themselves dealing with major disputes over money, property and more after a loved one dies.…

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What Can You Do If You Can't Afford Bail?

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When you’re arrested for a minor crime, you may be released on the scene after being given a citation and a court date. If you’re arrested for a more significant crime, you may be held in jail. Bail is money that you can pay to get out of jail while you wait for your court date. Once you’ve paid bail, the only way to get your money back (minus a small administrative fee) is to appear in court.…

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