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The U.S. civil court system was designed to handle a wide range of non-criminal cases, ranging from family disputes to substantive contract breaches, property disputes and more. However, over the past several years, the civil courts in most states have been overrun by debt collection cases a…

I tweaked my back today. You know, I moved too fast and that little flash of lower back pain froze me. None to worry, a little heat and rest will probably resolve it, but I have had so much to do before that treatment. One simple task was to run into Subway and grab sandwiches for dinner. We…

I’ve been asked questions about crossover voting and now that it’s illegal, people are concerned.

What a year 2020 has been so far. To be completely honest, when I first heard about the impact Covid-19 was going to have and everything began to shut down, I was a little worried that the real estate market would shut down right along with it.

Some of the most frequently asked questions we get from people under the age of 65 concerns the relationship between the Marketplace (Obamacare) and Medicare. There seems to be a great deal of confusion about how these two insurance programs work. Here are this week’s questions:

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I was thinking the other day about how time and perspective change the way we view things. I remembered that, as a young child, I thought that my Great Grandmother and Grandfather lived on a giant piece of property. There was a railroad track in front of the house that seemed a mile away and…

Dear Athletic Support: I’m a Band Mom. I know this is a “sports” column, but I have to say something. The state-mandated regulations for band are ten times stricter than the ones for the football teams! Why does my son have to wear a mask with a special flap for his trombone mouthpiece — not…

There are three ways your doctor can be paid if you are on Medicare. The three ways are through Medicare assignment, Medicare excess charges or by not taking Medicare at all. Today we will discuss these three methods.

This article is an update of an old article that was reinspired by a friend of mine who recently upgraded his already-fast internet to “fiber” internet from AT&T. He thought the upgrade would improve his gaming experience then complained that it didn’t improve anything. I could have told…

When you’re injured in an accident, your time is taken. Usually, that means getting the proper medical care and time off work you need to heal. When it comes to personal injury cases, many people are unsure of how to go about getting these bills paid. Not only will they be getting medical bi…

Many people have difficulty qualifying for credit because they don’t have a credit history, or that history has black marks on it. Others in this situation may qualify for credit, but with an out-of-reach down payment and higher fees and interest. The option of using a cosigner can be critic…

Drivers may slip into some bad driving habits when they’re comfortable with the road — but those bad driving habits might result in a crash, a traffic violation or undue wear and tear on your vehicle.

I have seen several “homemade” Wills or Wills created through a kit ordered over the internet. These self made Wills often create more problems than they solve. 

August and September are two months we get calls on the coverage gap or “donut hole”. This happens because there is a temporary limit on what your drug plan will pay while you are in the gap. The good news is not everyone will enter the coverage gap. The coverage gap begins after you and you…

Mica, our four-year-old grandgirl has learned to paint. She can handle a paint brush with precision. Her strokes are defined. Her object distribution is even and makes sense. She doesn’t make blobs unless she intends to. Her color choices are varied and beautiful and her creativity is fearle…