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Best of IMCA Brings Leading Conference Content to a Local Level
PR Web (press release)March 1, 2012

... Inc. Investment Management Consultants Association Inc. does not discriminate in educational opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.more »

New evidence suggests Stone Age hunters from Europe discovered America
The IndependentMarch 1, 2012

What can a little-known health project in rural Ethiopia tell us about discrimination in an all-twee... New archaeological evidence suggests that America was first discovered by Stone Age people from Europe – 10000 years before the Siberian-originating ...more »

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Asset Protection
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Fed bill would restrict bond investments
Independent OnlineMarch 3, 2012

By Reuters Republican legislation to limit the Federal Reserve's mandate to fighting inflation would restrict the types of bonds the US central bank could buy and potentially force sooner-than-expected sales of mortgage-backed securities.more »

Guardianship & Conservatorship
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Budget contrasts could impede Arizona CPS reform
AZ Central.comMarch 4, 2012

Under federal law, a cut in the adoption subsidy would require an equivalent cut in the rates paid to foster families. Brewer's budget also funds the growing permanent-guardianship program with an additional $2.4 million, which would maintain the same ...more »

Charitable Trusts
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The value of everything
Public FinanceMarch 5, 2012

The Public Services (Social Value) Bill is about to become law. For third sector organisations it could be ground-breaking, so long as they can demonstrate the social value they create A piece of legislation passed quietly through the Lords in the past ...more »

Leveson inquiry: Lord Condon, Lord Stevens, Lynne Owens - live
The GuardianMarch 6, 2012

12.49pm: Stevens says he does not think "professional relationships could have been fostered without some sort of hospitality". "This is the way they did business – if you didn't do it that way, they probably wouldn't see you," says Stevens.more »

Living Trusts
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Planning ahead for your pets
Albany Times UnionMarch 3, 2012

As an occupational therapist providing rehabilitation in the home, I am often privy to the various daily living concerns of my patients. One distressing concern that accompanies a person when they are getting sicker is the fear that their pet may ...more »

Estate Administration
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Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf & Hendler's Oren Saltzman Named 2012 Maryland Attorney ...
Citybizlist (press release)March 19, 2012

Working primarily from ARD&H's Howard County office, the 27-year attorney concentrates his practice in business, commercial and corporate law, banking, civil litigation, estate planning and administration, bankruptcy, taxation and guardianship.more »

Power Of Attorney
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WEALTH - The Passing of Wealth
Palm Springs LifeMarch 1, 2012

“Today you need a will, a trust, advanced medical directive, and power of attorney.” To stay ahead of Washington, Brandt Kuhn, a wealth strategist and financial advisor specializing in estate planning at Integrated Wealth Management, thinks that having ...more »

Kate gets doggie treats with in-laws
OCRegisterMarch 2, 2012

... had a high profile outing with her mother-in-law and grandmother-in-law Thursday. Queen Elizabeth II, Camilla Duchess of Cornwall and Katherine Duchess of Cambridge look at their hampers after being presented with gifts in Fortnum and Mason store ...more »

Revocable & Irrevocable Trusts
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Appeals Court Hears Arguments Over Whether To Uphold 351-Year-Old Will
CBS LocalMarch 3, 2012

BOSTON (AP) — The Massachusetts Appeals Court should not allow trustee mismanagement to justify efforts to tear up the 351-year-old will that created the nation's oldest charitable trust to raise funds for Ipswich public schools, an attorney for ...more »


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