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Business Insurance 101: What You Need to Know

This guest post is courtesy of Hiscox Small Business Insurance, which offers professional services businesses a new way to buy small business insurance either online or over the phone from a licensed advisor in minutes. Rocket Lawyer has partnered with Hiscox to to make it easier for small businesses to protect their legal and financial…
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7 Ways Tony Soprano Trampled the Law

How did Tony Soprano manage to be so ruthless and cold-hearted—sociopathic, really—yet still somehow cuddly? That was the magic of James Gandolfini, the man behind the beefy mob boss who padded outside his McMansion every morning in slippers and terry bathrobe to collect his newspaper.  Between feeding ducks and getting teary-eyed at his daughter’s choir…
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4 Ways to Get that Traffic Ticket Dismissed

4 Ways to Get That Traffic Ticket Dismissed

Nobody wants to pay a traffic ticket, but most of us don’t know how to get one dismissed. Guest contributor Scott Desind shares his tips. If you receive a traffic ticket, you might assume that there’s nothing you can do—so you just pay it. What you don’t know can hurt your pocket book: It is possible to get…
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Eureka! Get a Free Rocket Lawyer Consult for Your Business at CES 2013

Every great business starts with a “Eureka!” idea. At Eureka Park, a specialized TechZone at CES in Las Vegas (January 8-11 2013), we’re excited to help the entrepreneurs behind some exciting startups build on the right legal foundation. And although we love a great idea, we also know that it takes a lot more than…
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5 Smart Ways to Keep Your Holidays Merry and Safe

5 Smart Ways to Keep Your Holidays Merry and Safe

Your home is at its best when it’s shining with holiday decorations and filled with your loved ones, friends and neighbors. Sharing the warmth and hospitality of your home should be some of the merriest and most memorable moments of the year. But many of the special things you do to make the holiday joyful…
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10 Tips for Recovering After Disaster

10 Tips for Recovering After Disaster Strikes

Guest blogger Robert Howe, a New York real estate attorney, discusses how to handle the unexpected. Uncertain. Unpredictable. Unforgiving. Such is life. Often we hear stories of tragic circumstances, disasters, and catastrophes doing serious harm to our lives or those around us. While we can never prevent life’s unexpected incidents from happening we can do…
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Divorce and the Holidays: 5 Tips for Parents

Divorce and The Holidays: 5 Tips for Parents

Guest contributor Deepa Menon shares helpful ideas to make it easier for divorced and divorcing parents to reduce stress and enjoy time with their children during the holidays. While the holidays are supposed to be a time of togetherness, tradition, and peace, we all know that the holidays can be stressful. Holidays during and after a…
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Filing Insurance Claims After a Disaster: Helpful FAQS

Filing Insurance Claims After a Disaster: Helpful FAQS

Insurance is something you buy but hope you’ll never have to use. So unless you’ve gone through it before–and we hope you haven’t–you might not be fully aware of how the claims process works after a natural disaster or what you can do to locate (or replace) important records you’ve lost after a hurricane, tornado,…
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How to Talk to Your Parents About Estate Planning

How To Talk To Your Parents About Estate Planning

Thanksgiving is a busy and joyful time. As your family comes together to celebrate, you may also want to make time to talk to your parents about estate planning. Guest contributor Jeramie J. Fortenberry provides tips on how to start the conversation. It can be difficult to talk to parents about estate planning. For a number…
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