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Business Law

Get your car loaded with a LCD Monitor

26th February 2011
Whether you're a frequent road tripper or prefer to stick around town, there is nothing comparable to the freedom that comes with having access to your very own car. The convenience and independence they bring is not a given, however a vehicle's trustwort...
Author: rachantani
Immigration Law

Marriage Immigration

12th January 2011
Canadian law permits a citizen of their country to sponsor his wife/husband or children for permanent residency. There are certain formalities to adhere to before sponsoring a family member. Your spouse and your children can have access to the citizenship...
Author: Jamie Hanson
Divorce

Can Divorce be a Positive?

03rd November 2010
We generally get a negative picture of divorce. We hear stories of broken families and broken hearts, of children devastated by the break up the parents, and of financial woe in the years following. Many people find divorce and its aftermath difficult but...
Author: amnorge
Divorce

Why Do Couples With Daughters Divorce More Than Couples With Sons?

19th October 2010
Recently published statistics have shown that more couples divorce if they have girls than if they have boys. Parents with one girl are 5% more likely to divorce than parents with one boy, while parents with three girls are 10% more likely to divorce tha...
Author: amnorge
Immigration Law

Immigration basics: Immigration interview tips

23rd June 2010
The interview process can be a rather daunting experience for many clients. It's very understandable for clients to go into the interview with a great deal of anxiety. This anxiety is understandable given that the decision made by the sole officer can pot...
Author: SPLGPC
Divorce

Conduct Public Records Search Via Internet

25th May 2010
Unarguably, California is a big state both in terms of its number of residents and number of counties too. Because of that, it is also known to be one of those places wherein finding for public records is not that easy to perform. The department that is a...
Author: Benjo Mars
Legal

Minnesota's Ignition Interlock Program

24th May 2010
Minnesotans arrested for driving while impaired (DWI) will now be required to have an alcohol ignition interlock installed on their vehicle to reduce the revocation period. This is an additional costly consequence for DWI offenders. Its greatest negative ...
Author: Robert Palmer
Employment Law

Employment Law - a Minefield for Employers

04th May 2010
Employment law is a complex area that can cause serious problems for employers whom are not fully aware of their obligations. Facing an employment tribunal claim, regardless of whether it is successful or not, can be very expensive in terms of both resour...
Author: Tim Bishop
Immigration Law

B2 Visa Thailand: Issues For Fiancees of US Citizens

16th March 2010
The US visa process can be cumbersome and confusing. The following article explores the issues associated with obtaining a US tourist visa for a Thai loved one. There are many people of all nationalities and backgrounds who submit applications for Amer...
Author: US Visa Lawyer
Divorce

Divorce – how it affects the children

11th March 2010
Couples who are about to get divorced should know that their decision could have a negative impact on their child's long-term academic performance. The consequences of parental divorce may lead to higher school drop-out rates among children whose parents ...
Author: Richard
Taxes

Will Bankruptcy Solve my IRS Tax Debt Problems?

23rd November 2009
The answer to that question is - most likely, not. First of all, bankruptcy is a very serious thing and you must not enter into the decision to file bankruptcy lightly. Bankruptcy has long-term negative impacts. There are two types of bankruptcies for y...
Author: Chintamani
Legal

Be There Or … Pay Up: Developing a Patient No-Show Policy for Your Practice

08th July 2009
"No-show" patients are a part of any medical practice. Over the years, physicians and other practitioners have developed numerous policies in an attempt to prevent no-shows. Most practices institute such policies as a deterrent rather than for the purpose...
Author: Wachler & Associates
Legal

How to Stop Drinking and Driving – DUI Arrests Not Enough

02nd December 2006
The simple answer is to not drink and drive, and for simple people that is fine. But having worked with persons convicted of drinking and driving offenses for over 20 years, I know the answer is not that straightforward. The true answer is more complic...
Author: Ed Reither