When a spouse cheats on you, the psychological and emotional effects can be devastating. Only a few life events can be considered more stressful than cheating and the divorce that so often results, and it’s natural to wonder whether it’s possible to be compensated in some way for the pain and suffering unfaithfulness brings. In […]

As many as 5 million Americans suffered from Alzheimer’s disease in 2014, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. By 2060, nearly 14 million people are expected to have it. Many people have had a grandparent or other elderly relative with Alzheimer’s, but that doesn’t mean they know a lot about it. It’s

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Who can pursue legal action against a large corporation? Any individual who has witnessed false representation—and they will be protected from harassment and unfair dismal, according to a subsection of the False Claims Act. It is a common misconception that false claims cannot be filed by private persons in the United States. On the contrary,

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advice before you're 30

Getting your finances in order before entering your 30s can result in significant gains later in life. Here’s what you need to know about organizing and managing your finances before you turn 30. Start Budgeting Fewer than one-third of adults practice budgeting, while only 30 percent have long-term financial goals. Creating a household budget and sticking

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Nearly all children go through a phase where they want to be a doctor or work with the police or fire department. While there are all kinds of things that attract kids to certain careers (big trucks with flashing lights and interesting uniforms being some of them), one reason so many children fixate on these

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