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Why you may want to know your blood type,
and how to find it

  Research shows an estimated 70% of the U.S. population, who have had routine medical care, don’t know their blood type. One source says it’s because doctors rarely have a reason to order a patient’s blood group.  Some people say that knowing your blood type is a...

True inheritance stories: Could they happen to you?

Real eye-opening lessons from real-life cases This collection of 80 eye-opening inheritance stories may be quick to read, but the lessons learned will stay with you for a lifetime. Where There’s An Inheritance shows what can happen in families just like yours, due to...

Would your family know what to do?

You talk with your spouse, family and friends about everything imaginable … but have you ever talked about what to do if anything should happen? No matter how you answer, you might want to pass this “must read” along. It’s 5:30 on a rainy Friday night and your spouse...

Protect your family from …

Protect your family from fighting over an inheritance. Have you ever settled an estate when nothing was written down? In this eye-opening CNN interview, Les Kotzer, a wills & estates lawyer, warns of shocking but all-too-common mistakes that can lead to family...

Before you watch the grandkids …

A Permission to Treat form: Why grandparents should have one for each grandchild left in their care. When the grandkids come for a short overnight or week-long visit, there’s something that should be packed in their bags that could just save their lives. In a...