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When it comes to marriage the typical chain of events include dating, meeting family, getting a dog, moving into together, meeting friends and other steps so you know that you want to be married (excluding Vegas but that is another matter all together). However, it never ceases to amaze me how many people will jump...

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Identifying Identity Theft during Tax Season Identity theft can be a frustrating obstacle during any time of the year, but specially frustrating during tax time.  Tax-related identity theft occurs when someone uses a stolen Social Security number to file a tax return and claim a fraudulent refund.  Nothing can be more frustrating than not being...

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Entrepreneurs and small business owners are passionate, driven, and generally busy people. They are focused on many things, probably the most important being the everyday struggle of running their business. In the frantic haze of starting a business most focus on everything but the legal considerations of operating a business. The business, no matter, how...

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For reasons unknown or based on costs, places such as hospitals, doctor’s offices, schools, movie theaters and other places of public accommodation refuse to provide communication access to deaf or hard of hearing people. It is against the law for employers, hospitals, governments, and other entities to discriminate against you based on your hearing loss....

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Startling surveys show that one in four women are sexually harassed in the workplace. Numerous unlawful acts go unreported due to the fear of the repercussions for speaking out, including possibly losing a job, fear of personal safety, or being isolated within the work environment.  Serious physical and mental anguish can arise from being subjected...