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When it comes to New Year's resolutions, adding a few legal goals to the list can be a great way to stay current on your long-term legal needs.
From estate planning to personal finances, there are a number of ways to be proactive when it comes to legal planning. And though you can't always prevent legal issues from arising, you can put yourself in a better position to handle them once they do.
What can you do this New Year's to help plan for a better legal foundation in 2015? Here are five legal New Year's resolutions:
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