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How to Find Points on a Regular Hexagon With the Side Length

How to Find Points on a Regular Hexagon With the Side Length

Finding the coordinate points of the vertexes of a regular hexagon can be done on a Cartesian grid, given the length of the sides. To make calculations easier, start the drawing with the left side of the base at the origin (x = 0, y = 0). The vertexes is numbered from one to six counterclockwise, st......[Read More]
Where Are The Doctors Going To Come From?

Where Are The Doctors Going To Come From?

As the Obama White House pushes for health-care enhancements, the startling lack of doctors in the US, particularly primary care doctors, is speedily becoming a crisis in dire need of being averted. The population of individuals to be targeted to be put under health insurance by the governmentprogra......[Read More]
How to Remove the Phone Number From Reverse Phone Books

How to Remove the Phone Number From Reverse Phone Books

In today's world of Google and other powerful search tools, maintaining your privacy can be a daunting challenge. Using a reverse telephone directory, anyone with Internet access is able to learn the name behind a phone number, as well as see the address, a satellite image of the home, and a variety......[Read More]
How to Form a Revocable Trust

How to Form a Revocable Trust

A revocable trust is a legal document that controls the disposition of your estate when you pass away. It differs from a will in that you do not need to take the trust through probate (where the court would oversee the distribution of your assets according to the document). Instead, when you die, th......[Read More]
Advice on Writing a Will

Advice on Writing a Will

Many people find the process of writing a will to be intimidating and avoid it because of perceived expense or lack of knowledge on how to proceed. Some people simply assume everything will pass to a legally recognized spouse or children in the event of their death, deeming the document unnecessary.......[Read More]
How to Find OptiPlex Sockets

How to Find OptiPlex Sockets

The central processing unit, or processor, is installed to a socket on the motherboard. To troubleshoot or replace the CPU in the Dell OptiPlex, you must find the socket where the CPU is installed. Not all sockets are the same, and not all CPUs are compatible with all sockets; IBM and AMD -- the lea......[Read More]
Write a Will - Top Tips to Write a Will

Write a Will - Top Tips to Write a Will

Money saving advice and tips about writing your Will. Get your Will written without using a lawyer.......[Read More]
Can a Executor Release His Responsibilities?

Can a Executor Release His Responsibilities?

A personal representative, also known as an executor or executrix, is a party who administers and settles a decedent's probate estate. The probate court appoints an executor and issues an order that empowers him to convey the estate's property to the rightful heirs.......[Read More]
Where Should You Keep Your Estate Planning Documents?

Where Should You Keep Your Estate Planning Documents?

Another frequent question that I'm asked as an estate planning attorney is, "Where should I keep my original estate planning documents?" The answer is really simple - in a safe and accessible place. But what does that mean?......[Read More]
How to Find Ticks on Your Body

How to Find Ticks on Your Body

A tick is a particularly dangerous parasite that has the ability to attach itself to your skin without you even knowing it. When left on your body, a tick can cause certain types of diseases, including but not limited to, Lyme disease. After a camping or hiking trip or after walking through tall gra......[Read More]
Fourth Amendment Warrant Requirements

Fourth Amendment Warrant Requirements

Police officers use search warrants.ny police 02 image by cilin from Fotolia.comThe Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution states "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and.........[Read More]
Trust Scams and How They Affect the Uniformed

Trust Scams and How They Affect the Uniformed

Be informed about trust scams.The scam artists who sell these as asset protection will argue that there are numerous options to reach the goal when in reality these trusts are easily attached and broken by creditors. Once the reason for the trust is known (tax evasion) the courts will allow creditor......[Read More]
Beneficiary Deed

Beneficiary Deed

Beneficiary Deed......[Read More]
About Workers' Compensation Lawyers For Employers And Insurance Carriers

About Workers' Compensation Lawyers For Employers And Insurance Carriers

Workplace injuries are inevitable and no matter the quality of safety measures put in place, accidents will always occur and when they do, workers' compensation lawyers come in very handy for not just employees but employers and insurance carriers as well.......[Read More]
Power of Appointment

Power of Appointment

Definition of Power of Appointment......[Read More]
How to Contest a Will or Trust

How to Contest a Will or Trust

A will is the document executed prior to death that dictates how the property of the person who died (the decedent) shall be distributed upon death. A trust is property held by a third person for the benefit of a beneficiary. A trust is often part of the decedent's estate along with the will. If a b......[Read More]
Who Inherits in Louisiana When There's No Will?

Who Inherits in Louisiana When There's No Will?

When someone dies without a will in Louisiana, the intestacy laws found in the Louisiana Civil Code will dictate who will inherit the deceased person's estate.......[Read More]
Rules for Contesting a Will

Rules for Contesting a Will

Contesting a will is never an easy decision. Many factors go into the decision, some with legal implications. Many of the repercussions of contesting a will can be largely emotional in nature and can divide a family. Rules for contesting wills are often determined by state law.......[Read More]
Advantages of a Living Trust

Advantages of a Living Trust

A living trust has many advantages. You can keep control of your assets, avoid probate court, keep your business private, change your mind and you can do it all without a lawyer. However, you will still need to make a will to take care of any property that is not included in the trust.......[Read More]