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Family Law

Child Witnesses in Divorce Cases with Disputed Custody Issues

20th March 2012
Should judges making custody determinations by listening to the kids?  These days this is a hot topic in Family Law.  Years ago the answer to the question was an emphatic “no”.  Children were unreliable witnesses, they did not know what was good for thems...
Author: Stanley D. Prowse
Real Estate Law

New York Real Estate Laws and Its Implication

09th September 2011
Real estate is an integral part of our living and real estate laws are equally important. Every state in every country has distinctive real estate laws and it is important for the inhabitants to be aware of their own country laws. New York, like all other...
Author: carolmoore
Immigration Law

Immigrate before gates get closed!

03rd May 2011
With heaps and heaps of population craving to surf for better future prospects, Immigration to other countries with oodles of dreams in their minds is the only thing which is coming to everyone’s mind these days. But government of such countries is gettin...
Author: Abhinav Visas and Immigration Services
Bankruptcy Law

Check Out If You Can File For Bankruptcy under Chapter 7

15th November 2010
Debt relief is a huge concern nowadays for consumers who have been adversely affected by the recession. Job loss and pay cuts, a static real estate market and hiked interest rates have caused many hardworking consumers to seek protection under chapter 7 b...
Author: wystanfi

The credibility of federal and state labor law poster

09th November 2010
Few years back, when merely the laws about labor protection were considered enough, the rate of labor exploitation by their employers was very high. It was because labors were not aware of their right which the legislation was providing them and that’s wh...
Author: Cecily
Business Law

The Companies (Amendment) Ordinance 2010 and the Business Registration (Amendment) Ordinance 2010

16th August 2010
The Companies (Amendment) Ordinance 2010 was published in the Gazette on 16th July 2010. It is likely to come into force upon the implementation of Phase II of the Integrated Companies Registry Information System (ICRIS II) by the Companies Registry early...
Author: Christopher

Preparing Next Year's Taxes

05th August 2010
With April ends the tax filing tensions and after this you forget about them completely until next year. But income tax haunts you everyday. Preparing taxes is not a simple task. When someone neglects it, he/she invites unnecessary problems and lot of men...
Author: helendavisy
Bankruptcy Law

Bankruptcy Laws: Solving most of your problems

20th May 2010
UK Government has formulated bankruptcy laws to the people who have taken debts but are not able to resolve the debts in stipulated time, or file petitions in the court during inability to pay off the debts. In simple words bankruptcy is a legal way of de...
Author: Borton Stevens
Family Law

Top 10 mistakes by Fathers in Family Court

05th May 2010
In 2006, the Australian government (Liberal/National Coalition) and the opposition (Labor party) unanimously passed the Shared Parental amendments to the Family Law act, which has since become internationally recognised as ground-breaking, child-focussed ...
Author: Ash Patil
Bankruptcy Law

How Can You Make the Right Chapter 13 Payment Plan in Missouri and Illinois?

30th April 2010
Part of the Chapter 13 process in Missouri and Illinois includes proposing a repayment plan for your creditors and to finally get out from under your debt. Your chatper 13 payment plan must, however, stay within the rules and requirements in order to be c...
Author: JamesBrown
Real Estate Law

A Conveyancing Solicitor's Guide to Home Buying

12th April 2010
When buying a house, people often make the mistake of thinking that they can deal with the conveyancing process themselves, rather than hiring a solicitor to do the job.Below is a simple guide to what your conveyancing solicitors should do for you, and wh...
Author: Tim Bishop
Estate Planning

The Importance of Legal Form

01st April 2010
In legal terms a will is to manage and take care of others estate of belongings and the transfer of his wealth to the others after his death. The person who prepares the will is called testator or designator. He describes everything that that will be elig...
Author: James Kahn
Real Estate Law

EPCS for Landlords – Key Points

06th January 2010
Many social landlords out there will have properties which are very similar to each other, such as blocks of flats. With these types of properties in mind there are now production methods for EPCs which account for multiple properties which are similar to...
Author: crenergy

Immigration Dept rejoices as "Lost Canadians" citizenship bill is passed

07th May 2008
95% of the cases of "Lost Canadians" will be resolved, said Citizenship and Immigration Minister Diane Finley, thanks to Bill C-37. People who are citizens when this law comes into force will not lose their citizenship as a result of these amendments....
Author: Robert Palmer


24th April 2007
INTRODUCTION:The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 is an Act to define the law relating to promissory notes, bills of exchange and cheques. This Act has been amended several times commencing from 1885 till 2002. The most important amendment is by Act 66 of...