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Divorce

Filing for divorce online

30th March 2011
When filing for divorce, there will be varying degrees of emotional challenges for husband and wife When going through the whole divorce process you have 2 main things to be aware of - Finding a qualified attorney that can fill out the forms for the speci...
Author: christopher white
Internet Law

Copyrighting For Web Projects

08th February 2011
The world of intellectual property known as copyright and the world wide web have always been two areas that didnít mesh well. The first brawl was, of course, in the posting and downloading of music online, and that has just spread to other areas. Given t...
Author: Richard Chapo
Bankruptcy Law

The 2005 Bankruptcy Law Explained

03rd November 2010
The law in bankruptcy changed in 2005, which made it harder for people to file for bankruptcy. Furthermore, filers with high incomes may no longer be allowed to make use of the Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Filers will now have to pay their debts as per the claus...
Author: Jay King
Personal Injury

5 Tips to Find Best Personal Injury Lawyer in Maine

27th October 2010
Have you been a victim of personal injury? You should see a personal injury lawyer as early as possible. Only a professional attorney can evaluate the merits of the case properly and let you know whether you should proceed with the legal proceedings or go...
Author: Marcheseinjury Law
Lemon Law

Does Pa Have A Employed Auto Lemon Law?

13th October 2010
Pa does not at present have a specific "employed car" lemon regulation at this time. Thankfully, nevertheless, you may possibly be in a position to deliver a lemon regulation -sort claim if you have obtained a "used" car that still had some of the unique...
Author: Gregory Klein
Law

10 Things You Need to Know About Social Security Disability

15th April 2010
Social Security Disability Benefits Are Insurance Benefits Independent Of Financial Status. Workers and their employers pay Social Security taxes (FICA) to the federal government to purchase old age, survivors and disability insurance benefits. ...
Author: Richard Clark
Lemon Law

California Lemon Law is Consumer Friendly

11th April 2010
News is that BMW had recently bought a defective Mini Cooper back from a consumer in California. Statistics show that the chances of car manufacturers buying their defective vehicles back are much higher in California than they are in Texas. The lemon law...
Author: felixtim
Divorce

Austin Divorce Attorneys-Keeps Divorce Attorney Fees at a Minimum

10th March 2010
Finances often top the list of divorce concerns, with divorce attorney fees being an important concern. Divorce lawyers typically charge an hourly rate figured in fifteen minute increments, even if the service takes only a minute or 2 of his/her time. ...
Author: Gerardo Spence
Family Law

Interviewing and Selecting an Attorney

27th October 2009
Although nothing in life is certain, we can all exercise due diligence in an effort to make reliable intelligent choices when it comes to selecting a lawyer. Here are my suggestions. ‚ÄĘ Interview intelligently before hiring. Very often, people focus ...
Author: Mark Baer
Legal

5 Types of Theft Sentencing for Theft Crimes

09th August 2009
Are you familiar with the sentencing of theft crimes? There are a variety of theft crimes out there from fraud to embezzlement, robbery, identity theft, and etc. There are many different types of theft sentencing for these theft crimes also.To begin with,...
Author: Romel Whiteside
Legal

7 Types of Identity Theft Penalties

05th August 2009
Do you want to know more about theft penalties? Whenever a theft crime is committed, theft penalties for the crime, varies depending on where you live. Also, different states and jurisdictions have their own laws for theft crimes. It also depends on wheth...
Author: Romel Whiteside
Legal

Just in Case You Were Wondering; Here is the Identity Punishment Theft List

05th August 2009
So you are probably wondering what the rules behind identity theft punishment are. There have been many laws that have been passed on identity punishment theft. In 2004, Bush passed a bill that made it tougher on criminals. With identity theft being o...
Author: Romel Whiteside
Divorce

California divorce case may change rules on financial discovery

13th May 2009
CALIFORNIA -- A 2007 appellate divorce case has brought recent light to the subject of full financial disclosure in California divorce law. In In re Marriage of Feldman, a businessman did not disclose certain assets and financial transactions to his wif...
Author: Josh D. Simon