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Navigating through rough waters: Rhode Island Divorce!

30th September 2009
This article explains the Rhode Island divorce process from pre- filing considerations through trial including Rhode Island divorce law strategy. Finding a Rhode Island Divorce attorney / lawyer The first step in obtaining a divorce is finding a Rho...
Author: David Slepkow, Rhode Island Lawyer

Breach of Partnership and Its Legal Consequences

05th August 2009
Sometimes a dispute between two business partners can happen especially when one of them has violated a certain agreement. In this situation, a business should be dissolved to expel a partner, unless that the terms and conditions in expulsion is included ...
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Breach of Contract and the Grounds for a Lawsuit

31st July 2009
Breach of contract happens when people fail to perform their promised obligations and duty, which will also make them liable for a lawsuit. Before signing a contract, it is very important to understand and read each provision to make sure that one can ...
Author: Mesriani Law Group


Sexual Orientation Discrimination in Workplace: What You Need to Know

23rd July 2009
Gays and lesbians are vulnerable to harassment and discrimination because of their sexual orientation. But with the growing awareness and acceptance, the society has realized that these people should be given the equal rights just like everyone else. P...
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Family Trusts Can Protect From Divorce or Separation

15th May 2009
Good on you! You’ve managed to buy a house. Your initial thoughts are to become a property investor where you can build up the equity in your home and use that equity to leverage yourself into other properties and increase your wealth steadily over ...
Author: Paul Easton

Full and final releases

09th April 2009
You've just been fired from your job. You are still in shock. The human resources person is talking to you and you really do not understand what he or she is saying. More importantly, you don't care. You just want to get out of the meeting and go home. ...
Author: Gary and Dawn

Is There Really Such a Thing As Amicable Divorce?

16th March 2009
Because a wedding is seen as the ultimate expression of two people's love for one another, it would be easy to think that conversely a divorce would be the opposite - a lasting monument to the antipathy built up over the course of a marriage. However, it ...
Author: mgordon

How to Prepare for a Georgia Deposition

21st August 2008
Your deposition in a court case may be the first time you've ever been asked to give legal testimony under oath. Because the questions may be very personal and your answers may be important to your case, and because you'll be testifying in a room with you...
Author: stokesinjurylawyers

Understanding Legal Terms

14th July 2008
The field of law is very complicated for those who have not had the proper schooling. There are terms that are used in the courts and in legal documents that a typical person may have trouble deciphering. This can cause a lot of confusion for a person in ...
Author: Robert Palmer

The Real World of Alimony (Spousal Maintenance) Under Washington State Divorce Law

17th January 2008
The only time I see maintenance/alimony awarded in marriages less than five years is where one party is unemployed or would end up on the street if their partner just left them. Even in those cases, the awarded at temporary orders reads something like: "T...
Author: Robert Stark
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