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Category: Family Law

How To Revoke Power Of Attorney

If you are mentally competent, revoking your power of attorney is a simple process. Some states automatically terminate your power of attorney if your spouse is the attorney-in-fact and the marriage ends

How to Give Someone a Power of Attorney

There are several reasons why getting a power of attorney (POA) may be necessary. Whether your health is declining or you plan to travel for an extended period of time, appointing a

Changing Your Last Name in Texas

If you are a Texas resident and you wish to change your last name, make sure you have all of the information you need on hand. Changing a last name after marriage

How to Legally Change Your Name

There are a number of reasons an individual may wish to change his or her name. Doing so is fairly simple and straightforward depending upon the circumstances. In most instances, a name

How to Change Your Name After a Divorce

A divorce can be a painful and stressful experience, but there is one more step you must complete after the final paperwork is signed and everything is final. Your last name will

How Can I Get Health Insurance for My Parents?

You can find health insurance for your parents in many different places. Unfortunately, most of the policies from which you'll choose are liable to be ruinously expensive. Although health insurance premiums are

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