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Lemon Law

What Comes about Following a Lemon Laws in Texas Hearing?

09th June 2011
The security hazard examination: To pass this examination, the car should have been taken for repair when in the first twelve months of purchase or 12,000 miles and then it need to be sent for repair for the exact same matter the moment once more in the f...
Author: Refugio Kane
Immigration Law

Things To Remember During The Fiance Visa Process

18th May 2011
Submission checklist for the petitioner (US citizen) : A complete and signed Form I-129F Form G-325-A (2) completed and signed, one by the Alien FiancÚ and one by the American Citizen. A signed, notarized affidavit of support Form I-134. The app...
Author: michaelmoody84
Taxes

IRS Tax Debt What Do IRS Notices Imply, and How Do I Reply?

04th May 2011
Threatening Letters If you have a difficulty with the IRS, they immediately send you a recognize. A widespread recognize is "Observe of Tax Due and Need for Payment". When you pull some thing like that out of your mailbox, most men and women panic and th...
Author: MarkApplegate
Taxes

How to Obtain an IRS Levy Release

16th November 2010
the first type of IRS levy is the IRS bank levy. You will know an IRS bank levy is imminent when you receive an IRS Notice via certified mail that reads, "Final Notice of Intent to Levy." After you receive this notice in the mail, the IRS bank levy can st...
Author: Keith Odom
Taxes

Appealing Your Property Taxes in District Court

08th July 2010
If you disagree with the appraisal district's value or any action of the appraisal district about your property, the Texas Property Tax Code (TPTC) provides several options to appeal your property taxes. Most appraisal district offices will meet with you ...
Author: Patrick O Connor
Taxes

Appealing Your Property Taxes in District Court

15th June 2010
If you disagree with the appraisal district's value or any action of the appraisal district about your property, the Texas Property Tax Code (TPTC) provides several options to appeal your property taxes. Most appraisal district offices will meet with you ...
Author: Patrick OConnor
Personal Injury

Those Who Have Sustained an Injury: Are You Thinking of Suing?

07th June 2010
Should you sustain an injury that you think is attributable to the fault of another, there are some key inquiries that should aid in making a determination regarding the wisdom of filing suit. The first thing to consider is if negligence played some role ...
Author: Steven Martinez
Law

What To Do If Someone Has Stolen Your Identity

19th March 2010
What should you do if someone steals your identity? Unfortunately, you can't just put a "lojack" on your identity and have the police just go and pick it up. The bad news is that recovery from identity theft can take years and cost thousands of doll...
Author: gmanty
Taxes

Appealing Your Property Taxes in District Court

10th August 2009
If you disagree with the appraisal district's value or any action of the appraisal district about your property, the Texas Property Tax Code (TPTC) provides several options to appeal your property taxes. Most appraisal district offices will meet with you ...
Author: Patrick OConnor