How New Legislation May Make It Easier to Claim Accident Compensation

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When you’re involved in a serious car accident and sustain a nasty injury, the last thing you need at that stage is uncertainty. You don’t want to worry about loss of earnings, medical expenditure and the fact that you cannot work, and it really won’t matter if the accident itself was your fault or not. Up until fairly recently, you may nevertheless have had to deal with uncertainty due to the way that the insurance industry was placed, but recent changes could come to your defence.…

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Preparing for Divorce? How to Safeguard Your Credit Score

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You may be wondering what divorce has to do with your credit score. The relationship is certainly not a direct one, as separating from your partner is not a decision that is factored into your credit history. However, the financial changes that accompany a divorce may affect your ability to keep up with regular credit card payments, mortgage payments, car loans and other aspects that do affect your credit score. Some divorcees find themselves unable to keep up with the financial status that they had before a divorce.…

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Do You Have to Appoint an Executor When You Make Your Will?

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You may realise how important it is to craft a will now that you are reaching your golden years, but you’re still confused by some of the formalities. In particular, you may not understand why you need to have an executor, but why is this person necessary and what are the responsibilities? Understanding the Duties In legal terms, you will need to nominate one or more executors. They will then need to apply to the court before they can validate both their appointment and the content of the will.…

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