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Middle Years: Legal Planning Information for Mid-Life AdultsMore Legal Planning Stages »
When you reach your mid-50's, there are a lot of financial issues you should consider: have you saved enough for retirement? Are you dealing with substantial debt and trying to resolve it? This section can answer those questions and many more
Do I Need an Attorney?
So you think you may need a lawyer? There are many situations that require the assistance of a lawyer, most dealing with unresolved disputes, legal controversies, and questions or encounters with the law.
Have a will in place? That's great…but when was the last time you updated it? Keeping your will current is the best way to ensure that your loved ones are taken care of.
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Employment: Whether at the same job or looking to make a move, learn your legal rights on this important topic.
Selling Your Home: If you are considering moving to a bigger or smaller house or getting out of home ownership completely, here are some tips to save you time and money.
Social Security Disability: A surprising number of people suffer from disabilities that affect their ability to work, many becoming disabled before they reach retirement age. Social Security disability can help.
Personal Injury: Issues with personal injuries happen at any stage of life. Your legal recovery can also help your physical recovery.
Traffic Violations: Traffic tickets can seem minor, but can have a major impact: fines, suspension or revocation and other major repercussions.
Criminal Law: The criminal justice system can be intimidating and even frightening if you don't understand the laws, rules and procedures that govern it. Here's a plain English look at this topic.
Tips for Children of Aging Parents: Planning is essential. Ease the burden on yourself and your parents by looking ahead at these important issues.
Child Support: Whether paying or receiving child support, here's what you need to know on this topic.