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Personal Injury

Attorney For Personal Injury In Lexington

15th August 2011
Do you want to hire a lawyer for your personal injuries? Are you confused as to how to proceed further? We would help you in it in this article! This article will provide you with all the knowledge about hiring a personal injury attorney. Many of us may s...
Author: crishmarry

Hiring a Collaborative Divorce Attorney

28th June 2011
In the celebration that the divorce is not settled by the nominal divorce date then the circumstance will immediately be modified to the contested track.If the make a difference is not settled by the nominal court date and each parties want to look at to ...
Author: Owen Steele
Real Estate Law

Warranty Deed or Quitclaim Deed – what’s the difference and why should you care?

03rd December 2009
Every now and then, someone comes to my office needing a "Deed." Usually, they have heard the term Quitclaim deed and specifically ask for that. But, many people (including some attorneys, I'm chagrin to admit), do not understand the difference between ...
Author: Kelly M. Davis

Interpretation of Contract Determining Express and Implied Terms of Contract

15th September 2008
Introduction Most contractual disputes involve questions relating to the scope of each party's obligations under a contract. When a contract is formed, usually the parties do not take the time and effort to express all of the obligations to be performed....
Author: Leigh Ellis

Federal Prosecution and Defenses of the False Statements Statute

20th August 2008
Federal false statements statute, 18 U.S.C. § 1001, is one of the most widely used tools in federal prosecutors' arsenal. The statute is often the default "charge of choice" because the way it is drafted, prosecutors enjoy a wide leverage and advantage. ...
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