Supreme Court Decisions of Controversial Topics

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Various decisions will be made in the coming months regarding the most controversial issues the Supreme Court has been faced with this term. Evidence supporting both sides of each controversial issue has been fed to the justices of the Supreme Court and history will soon be made.

  • Presidential Powers: This debate comes from President Obama’s appointment to a federal labor board when he went forth without Senate confirmation because they were in recess. This decision will determine who has the authority when ...
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10 Tips to Proper Estate Planning

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The various drama surrounding legal estate battles proves the importance of proper estate planning. New lawsuits arise each day surrounding the legal battles of trusts, wills, and estates. In order to lawsuit-proof your estate before your passing, be sure to keep these helpful tips in mind:

  1. Avoid lawsuits by treating each sibling equally. Whenever you favor one sibling over the other, there is conflict. If anyone feels as if they are not getting their fair share, you can expect a family ...
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How proper planning can avert a Casey Kasem-type drama

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Estate planning can be one of the most complex matters for a family to figure out. The complexity continues when there is a second marriage involved, and furthers when there is a large age gap between spouses in a second marriage. One famous case that has proven to be not only complex, but emotional can be seen in the Casey Kasem case.

Radio host, Casey Kasem’s, sudden death has left a fuel of fire for the debate over his estate. Legal ...

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Benefits of Estate Planning Family Conversations

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No matter how well you and your family communicate, confronting the subjects of both death and money is complicated and is often a manner that is uncomfortable to talk about. As morbid as the thought may be, it is imperative that you sit down with your entire family and discuss what measures must be taken after the passing of the adults in the family. Discussing estate planning is crucial and can provide an array of benefits, including:

  1. Discussing the trying matter ...
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PBS’ Trial & Heirs: Protect Your Family Fortune! Educate Yourself on Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning

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Our society has shown an obvious obsession with the lives of celebrities, especially when the drama involves a lawsuit. If you are one that loves to stay up to date on the latest celebrity gossip, you will love the PBS’ television special on August 9th. Trial & Heirs: Protect Your Family Fortune features legacy expert attorneys Danielle and Andy Mayoras. Ray Charles Jr. will also be a special guest on the show’s premiere.

Danielle and Andy Mayoras found so much success ...

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Questions Regarding Obamacare Subsidies

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The drama surrounding Obamacare has not even begun to dwindle down. Recent news show that two federal appeal court rulings have conflicting rulings regarding the legality of Obamacare subsidies.

A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled 2-1 that the IRS wrongly extended subsidies to those purchasing health insurance through HealthCare.gov. This conflicts with the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling on the same day of a similar case that upheld the Obamacare subsides.

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Donald Sterling vs. Shelly Sterling Case Update

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The famous Donald Sterling vs. Shelly Sterling case hasn’t left the headlines since videos of Donald Sterling making racist remarks surfaced. Testimonies of the probate trial concluded this week and closing arguments are scheduled for Monday, August 4th. Closing arguments may help resolve Shelly Sterling’s impending $2 billion sale of the Los Angeles Clippers. Shelly is intends to sell the popular NBA team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.

Judge Michael Levanas informed both attorneys that their time would be best ...

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