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Theodore W. Robinson

Theodore Robinson’s Legal Guides

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  • Some Practical Ways to Save on Auto Insurance - Part 2 - Take a Senior Driving Class

    If you are a senior of 55 years or more, you can take a senior safe driving course and save money each year on your insurance premiums. You can contact AARP or AAA and they can direct you to a senior safe driving course. You must complete the course to get the credit, but it do...

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  • Some Practical Ways to Save on Auto Insurance - Part 3 - When Your Children go to College

    Since you're going to be paying so much more for their education, why not save a little by telling your insurance company that they are away at school and get a rate reduction. The insurance company will be glad to reduce your premiums if they don't have to constantly insure your...

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  • Some Practical Ways to Save on Auto Insurance - Part 4 - Keep track of traffic tickets

    If you receive a traffic ticket, it can have a big impact upon your insurance premiums. Not only do you lose your safe drivers discount, the insurance company will often add an additional premium to what you pay for the length of time any moving violations show up on your Depart...

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  • Why Do I Need a Will? Part 3 - Living Will

    There are additional reasons for consulting with an attorney to have your Will drafted. First, there is the drafting of what's known as a Living Will, which is actually a document that you sign saying whether you want to be kept alive if you cannot communicate your wishes due to...

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  • Why Do I Need a Will? Part 2

    Another reason its a good idea to have a Will is because without it, nobody will know what is expected of them regarding your Estate. Who do you want to oversee everything? Who do you think will do the most responsible job? These are things that you alone know about your spouse a...

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  • Why Do I Need a Will? Part 1

    Actually, you don't necessarily need a Will, but under most circumstances, its the best idea to have one. Here's why. When you don't own anything and you have just a spouse, then the rules of Intestacy (meaning you die without a Will) apply and your spouse gets everything. Howeve...

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  • Sexual Crimes in New York - Child Sexual Offenses - Part 6

    Child Sexual Offender: A child sexual offender is someone who has been convicted of any of the previously mentioned offenses (in prior Parts) with a victim who was less than 15 years old at the time of the offense. It also includes any sexually violent offense (1st or 2nd degree...

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  • Sexual Crimes in New York - Sexual Offenses - Part 5

    These are basically sexual acts, other than rape, that involve various levels of sexual conduct that are considered crimes in New York. 1st degree Sexual Offense: This is a sexual act done by force or threat of force, togetherwith an aggravating factor such ascausing or putting t...

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  • Sexual Crimes in New York - Violent Rape - Part 4

    1st degree rape consists of vaginal intercourse done by force or threat of force, together with an aggravating factor such as causing serious physical injury, disfigurement, suffocating or kidnapping or putting a victim in fear of those things in order to overcome their resistanc...

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  • Sexual Crimes in New York - Statutory Rape - Part 3

    These type of rape charges are defined as when someone over the age of consent, which is 17 in New York, has sexual intercourse with a person who is under the age of 17. That's because when a person is under the age of 17, they are considered incapable of understanding the signi...

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