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Foreclosures:Don’t let the low price lower your guard.

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An unfortunate by-product of these difficult economic times is the rise in home foreclosures. This has led to more bank owned properties coming up for sale. And while this can provide an opportunity to purchase a home at a discount,

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Island Profile: St. Thomas Source

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About a week before Thanksgiving, Tom Bolt got a call from the Salvation Army informing him there were "no turkeys." That's when Bolt got to work. In less than a shake of a turkey's tail, Bolt, the organization's board chair,

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Celebrating Our Constitution: The Independence of our Judiciary

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Recently, some of our own self serving political gadflies and misinformed citizens appear ready to destroy this delicate balance by attempting to inhibit persons appointed to the judiciary from exercising their obligation of deciding cases fairly and impartially. And why?

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Estate Planning Software: One Size Does Not Fit All

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An article headlined "Have you made a will?" by McClatchy-News Service, published July 1 in the TechKnowledge section of The Daily News, made several claims with which I disagree concerning the supposed benefits of individuals using estate planning software programs

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Be Prepared: Helping Your Closing Go Smoothly

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Be Prepared: Helping Your Closing Go Smoothly Houses Magazine August 2010 Ronald Pennington

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An Outdated Interpretation of the Constitution Restricts the Franchise of American Citizens Residing

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Organic Act Article 2010 Virgin Island Daily News-June 21, 2010 Lisa Michelle Kömives

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09-29-2016

ABA Webinar: Career Choice Series: Government Affairs

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09-28-2016

Attorney Tom Bolt Appointed to ABA/FJE Council

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08-19-2016

“Final From the Chair column”-Tom Bolt (Law Practice Today Magazine, August 2016)

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