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Arkansas Takes Steps to Stop Driving While Sleepy

We have all done it at one point in time or another – gotten behind the wheel to go somewhere when we were drowsy. It wasn’t the best idea if you were just a bit tired, but it typically doesn’t have long-term consequences. If you happen to be a resident of Arkansas, this may not […]

Can you Suffer from a Stroke at the Beauty Parlor?

You go to the beauty parlor to get pampered and to feel beautiful when you walk out. For most women, this is the case, but a select few might not be as lucky. They could suffer from a condition called iatrogenic arterial injury, which is a stroke that is caused by the neck being hyperextended. […]

Funeral Costs after an Accident

Wrongful death is traumatizing to the surviving family – and typically will result in hidden expenses – beginning with the cost of a burial and funeral. Consider the below details. The individual products and services of a funeral involve: Casket and additional products like prayer cards and a temporary grave marker Administrative and professional services […]

Will a Tenant get their security deposit?

By: J. Mason Williams IV I have been asked several times whether a person can get their security deposit back.  Often times, they tell me that they cleaned everything up and the landlord still won’t give them their deposit back.  Why not and what can I do?   Well, first you have to review your […]

Do you always have to pay rent?

The short answer is no, you don’t always have to pay your rent, but the circumstances that allow you to make partial payments, or to stop paying altogether are very limited.  In short, generally you need to pay your rent.  You might win a case and get that rent returned or get something fixed, but […]

Can I disinherit someone?

In Florida and many states (if not all states), the short answer is you can absolutely disinherit someone . . . mostly.  There’s a catch or two though.  You can disinherit anyone to a certain degree.  The problem is that statutes sometimes allow certain heirs the ability to take an elective share of the elective estate […]

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