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What it’s like to love a biker

Motorcycles are fun! The freedom of riding, almost feels like your flying. Feeling the sun on your face, the wind and fresh air all around you. Experiencing the world with all your senses. A sense of adventure, to see new things and go new places. With this adventure, comes great responsibility, and trust of the drivers around you.    When you take off on a ride, you need to have great awareness of everyone and everything around you. In exchange for that open road, and being able to take in all the sights and sounds, you lose the protection that an automobile provides. There are...

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Documents used in Estate Planning

Estate planning is often pushed aside. Between braces for your kids, that Caribbean cruise, or a flat screen tv, I understand making other choices with your extra cash. However, planning your estate is something you need to do just once, if you do it correctly. Then you can rest as ease, knowing that you have protected your family and your legacy. Here are some common documents used in estate planning. A will – Often called a Last Will and Testament, this instrument becomes active upon your death and is used to distribute any assets, appoint an Executor to oversee the will, and appoint...

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How To Add A Name to House Title

Isn't it so exciting to get married?? To make the commitment to spend the rest of your lives together! But then reality sets in and you realize how much paperwork is involved when you combine two lives. Changing government documents, bank accounts, addresses, and titles on vehicles and property. I have had a few people ask me how to add a spouse to the title on a house. When one spouse comes into the marriage with a house in his/her name only, the process for adding another name is a little more complicated than just a form. Technically the house is...

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What is a No-Fault Divorce?

"No Fault Divorce" Connecticut is a no fault state for divorce. What does this mean? Years ago, courts required a reason for divorce. If you did not meet the requirements, you may be denied. Fault grounds for divorce include adultery and abuse. In 1973, Connecticut ADDED the no fault option; allowing couples to seek a divorce because of an "irrevocable breakdown of the marriage." Neither party has to prove the other is at fault, for the breakdown of the marriage. This means, couples now can file for divorce either for fault, or NO fault. This gives couples more options to a dissolve a marriage. Make...

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When Do I Need A Lawyer?

WHEN DO I NEED A LAWYER? Let's be honest, lawyers can have a bad reputation. But many are just here to help you. In the age of the internet, and "DIY" everything, there are many legal things you could do yourself. However you may consider hiring a lawyer: "*before you sign a contract with a major financial impact on you, *when starting a business or forming a corporation, partnership, or limited liability company, *before you buy, sell, or transfer real estate, *if you are involved in an accident resulting in injury to one or more persons or damage to property, *when you need to have a will...

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