US IMMIGRATION: Tips for how to stay in the US ... the right way!
An article by SAABC subscriber Lara Romanello. Whether you are considering working for an American employer or pursuing a business investment venture in the United States arena, there are key issue...
Special Needs Trust Fairness Act Allows for Self-Funded Trusts
On December 13, 2016, President Obama signed into law the 21st Century Cures Act, an omnibus health bill (“Cures Act”) which contained a provision amending 42 U.S.C. § 1396p(d)(4)(A) relating to ...
This Infectious Video of a Farmer Dancing In His Barn Is Going Mega-Viral
We're in awe of this man's moves—and his uplifting message.
How to Know If You Are Compatible With Your Divorce Attorney
Chemistry is needed in every partnership. Without it, there can never really be a certain understanding between the two partners. The ...
10 Myths and Facts About Social Security Disability Insurance
If your health is so severely impaired that you cannot work, you may have considered applying for Social Security disability insurance.
Tips for a high-asset divorce
Tips for a high-asset divorce - High Asset Divorce - The Siemon Law Firm
How To Divorce Like A Grown-Up (And Co-Parent Like One, Too)
Here's how to split up as amicably as possible.
What happens when I first contact a personal injury law firm? What is the process?
Your initial contact with a personal injury law office is a two-way street. They will interview you about the facts and circumstances surrounding your accident and injuries so see if this is something they can and want to help you with. At the same time, you will be interviewing them in order to decide if you have enough confidence in this attorney and/or his or her office that you want them to represent you. The exact nature of the process varies dependent on the attorney and/or firm. - When you first call in, many firms/offices do an initial screening, often...
How are Social Security benefits calculated?
Can you explain how Social Security benefits are calculated? I know they’re based on an average of the last 35 years of wages before beginning to draw benefits, but is there a cap to the amount a person gets “credit” for in a particular year when calculating the average?
Shark Tank's Barbara Corcoran: 'Failure is what I'm best at'
Barbara Corcoran is a real estate mogul -- but things haven't always been so sunny. At a recent summit, she spoke candidly about her failures.