In my personal point of view, every household needs a fireproof wall safe. It is a MUST. I believe everyone has his or her own important items at home which he or she can’t afford to lose. In order to protect all these precious items from fire accidents, a wall safe is definitely required. This safe is far more convenient than using a safe deposit box at the banks.
Just as some judgment creditors are not aware that the contents of a debtor’s Safe deposit box for sale can be levied, many judgment debtors think that the contents of their SDB at their bank is protected from creditor levies. Judgment debtors may think they can hide some assets in a SDB, and no one will ever know. They might keep a wide variety of assets such as cash, collectibles, documents about notes receivable, jewelry, etc. That misunderstanding by judgment debtors, can be good news for judgment creditors. Those valuables can be subject to a creditor’s bank levy execution.
ONever place your jewelry into luggage when you are taking any type of public transportation whether on the airlines, cruise lines, or any other service that will require you to be separated from your luggage. Sometimes, people forget their bags in a taxi and you may never see your bag again so you should also keep jewelry with you even on these short trips to and from hotels, airports, etc.
A HTML Editor is a software application to write web pages. There are several brands in the market, including Microsoft Frontpage, Adobe Dreamweaver and so on. Personally I would encourage you not to use Microsoft Frontpage, as it tends to add proprietary codes to your pages, making it difficult to be edited with a different HTML Editor. The one I use is called Homesite, also from Adobe. I learned to write webpages with Homesite.
Generally the best solution is to rent a safety deposit box in a reliable major, first class bank – not just a box company. Many banks will require that you also have an account with them and that withdrawals to pay the box rent be authorized in advance.
When traveling by car, keep your belongings locked in the trunk. Never leave luggage, cameras, and other valuables in open view, especially when the car is unattended. Keep all doors locked both when driving and at rest stops. When returning to a parked car check the back seat to assure no one is hiding there. Wherever possible, stay on well-lit, well-traveled roads. Be sure you know where you are going and have the necessary maps and directions so you don’t find yourself lost in a bad area.
Many of us forget that were it not for what we carry in our wallets or in our purses, we’re all John and Jane Doe’s if we can’t speak due to injury or are unaccompanied by someone who knows us. How much less stressful is it to know that in a bank box, no matter where you are, there are items that can verify your identity. Better to be safe, than sorry!