Greetings, I require 3 articles for a legal site. Topics will include: * probate law * living will * estate planning Please do not reply without samples of work. We will not even consider coder responses without samples. Requirements: * This content will become our property and may be published in any name we choose * All submissions will be checked with CopyScape, Google and Wikipedia -- Plagiarism is absolutely unacceptable * You must have native-level American English skills * Do not reply unless you can accomplish within 72 hours ** To be clear - Plagiarism is not acceptable. Copied content will be cause for immediate cancellation of this project. Web address will be provided to winning coder. Articles (Title, Summary - 30-40 words and Body 500 - 600 words): These are informational articles on the topics above for use in article marketing. They must be explanatory rather than commercial. Each article must have a very compelling title which includes the key phrase and should also be key phrase rich within the body of the article without keyword stuffing. In other words, use of the key phrases should be as natural as possible, without sticking out like a sore thumb. Each article will possess a compelling Title, Summary (30 - 40 words) and Body 500 - 600 words. The summary may be excerpted from the body of the article or may be a paraphrase of one of the more compelling paragraphs. Must be delivered in ASCII Text Thanks for bidding!
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
2) Deliverables must be in ready-to-run condition, as follows (depending on the nature of the deliverables):
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