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Do Your Relatives Have to Pay Your Debts when You Die?

When someone dies, there are a lot of things that their loved ones have to manage — and most people want to shield their heirs from unnecessary stress. One major source of confusion tends to center around who is actually liable for a deceased loved one’s debt.
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Do You Really Want to Trust Your Future to A Portable Breathalyzer?

Portable “Breathalyzer” devices are tiny little machines that are designed to estimate a person’s blood alcohol content (BAC) by measuring the amount of alcohol in their breath. They’re a pretty popular item among spring-breakers and party-goers, because nobody wants to end up charged with drunk driving over a couple of beers and and an error in judgment.
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Hit-And-Runs Are on The Rise in Florida

In 2020, the total number of hit-and-run wrecks dropped 13% over the previous year but hit-and-runs involving fatalities rose by more than 18%. This has prompted statewide concern over the problem.
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Getting a DUI in Retirement: What Impacts Will It Have?

When you’re finally retired from work and get to stay at home or do the things you want, you may start going out at night or attending parties that you may not have in the past. Maybe you will drink more often as you relax into this new way of life.
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