I will answer this question in two ways. First, in 1980 I worked at the Maryland School for the Deaf which had just started mainstreaming elementary children. Many of the children came from hearing families. Students and teachers rose to the challenge. I was also a volunteer interpreter for one mainstreamed child and her deaf…Read more
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No and yes. Probate is a court procedure by which a will is proved to be valid or invalid and then the terms of that document are applied to the...Read more
How do I select a good attorney? Start by doing some homework and find out what kind of law the attorney practices. This can be as simple as referencing the...Read more
Many people have decorated a spare bedroom with boxes of old medical insurance reimbursement statements and tax returns. While proof to grandchildren that you only earned $6,000 decades ago with...Read more
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