Category: Legal Law

Fight terrorism with education

Problem: In many underdeveloped Muslim countries, education is not widely available to all citizens. Many of the children and youth in these countries get their education in small religious schools called madrasahs that teach a strict fundamentalist interpretation of Islamic law to their students. Militant Islamic extremists use these schools as a vehicle to recruit […]

Estate Planning Basics: Financing Your Trust

The property you own can be transferred to your chosen heirs or beneficiaries after your death in one of several ways. If the particular asset is owned by you and someone else, such as a residence jointly owned by you and your surviving spouse (JWROS), ownership will automatically pass to your spouse upon your death. […]

Medical Marijuana: A Real Hot Potato

Imagine walking into your office one morning and discovering that your credit card services were canceled overnight. They were cut not for non-payment and not for being involved in illegal business, but rather they were cut for undetermined “unacceptable business practices”. This is a reality faced by many medical marijuana dispensary owners who get “creative” […]

Why short-form copy is where the money is

So, you want to earn a great income as a freelancer, but you’re not interested in writing a 12- or 24-page direct response package. Does this mean you should hang up your shingle and go find a staff job? Absolutely not. Just because you’re not interested in writing pages and pages of direct response copy […]

Disability Retirement for Federal Workers: The Importance of a Coherent and Consistent Application

Federal and postal employees belong to one of two possible retirement systems: FERS (an acronym for Federal Employees Retirement System) or CSRS (Civil Service Retirement System). Regardless of which system the federal or postal employee belongs to, the federal disability retirement benefit is an option available in the event a federal government worker is no […]

I don’t want to be single anymore

There are certain times of the year when being single can be especially difficult. Long holiday weekends, Valentine’s Day, family vacations, and key social events can often seem like cozy family or couple arrangements, and at those times, being single can feel particularly lonely and loveless. The fact that the days and weeks after Christmas […]

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