Robert Bell's Articles en-us How IRS Verifications Prevent Fraud Among the many problems that contributed to the housing market implosion of 2007-2010 was that of unsubstantiated income claims on mortgage applications. In addition to the other variables, this misreporting (sometimes innocent, sometimes fraudulent by de... 05th May 2010 How to Avoid Paying Unnecessary Taxes on CDs and Bonds CDs and bonds are generally seen as some of the most secure types of investments. Certificates of Deposits (CDs) are offered by banking institutions. They offer a set rate of return for an investment over a specific period of time. One of the disadvantage... 13th April 2010 Advantages and Drawbacks of a Litigation Process – In Comparison With Arbitration Litigation law usually relates to the entire process of filing a lawsuit at a court, investigation and motion practice, trials, judgments or the final verdict and awards of damages. Litigation is always considered to be faster, cheaper and better than an ... 13th April 2010 Corporate Law, Corporate Constitution And Corporate Litigation Corporate law is the set of regulations instigated for the corporate world. The word corporation is synonymous with publicly owned large companies. In US, a company is equivalent to a firm or business, irrespective of whether or not it is a separate legal... 13th April 2010 Common Tax Problems a Tax Attorney Can Help You With A famous expression says that there are only two things you can be certain of in life: death and taxes. For most people, keeping up with the latter can be a real challenge. Not all individuals are thoroughly familiar with the various tax provisions and gu... 13th April 2010 The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms: Basic Principles in Criminal Law The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms was created by the Trudeau administration and given constitutional status as part of the Constitution Act of 1982. The Charter contains a list of rights and freedoms that govern the relationship between every i... 29th December 2009 How to Patent Your Idea or Invention If you have a great, original idea that you believe people would pay for - a process, a product, an invention, a new use for an old device - then you need to take steps to protect it. The road from inspiration to patented invention is simple to explain, a... 08th December 2009 Drug Arrest Drug arrests are increasing day by day. People take drugs for number of reasons. If one is suffering from depression or has a family problem one may start taking drugs. There are number of college going students also who are into using and consuming drugs... 24th November 2009 Divorce– Become The Best Divorce Attorney By Choosing The Best Law School With Three Easy Tips Now that you have successfully completed your under-grad course it is time to decide what it is that you wish to pursue for your career. If you have decided that Divorce Law would be the right field for you then that should suffice because as an addition ... 24th November 2009 Divorce - Become A Divorce Attorney Secretary With 3 Simple Tips If you are looking to make that quick buck really quick and if you want to learn more about a trade, then being a secretary to a divorce attorney is your best choice for a career. Divorce attorneys are quite popular since the time divorce laws were formul... 24th November 2009 Filing an IRS Tax Extension Each year approximately 140 million Americans undertake the annual ritual of filing their tax returns. According to Bank Rate Monitor, nearly 10 million people request an extension from the IRS each year. Individuals can request up to and additional six m... 23rd November 2009 Thefts and Criminal Law Theft is considered to be a serious crime. Theft in legal terms means the intent to take another person’s belonging without the consent of that person who is the owner of that property or belonging. If there is no intend it does not fall under the c... 02nd October 2009