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Social Networking and Divorce: Why You May Want to Be Wary of Facebook

18th May 2011
Did you ever think that your Facebook page could become evidence in a divorce? This article discusses the trend that has developed in matrimonial cases to use social networking information as evidence. This article suggests the reasons why social networki...
Author: mediamasters

Beware of the Taxman: What Small Businesses and the Self-Employed Can Do To Avoid An IRS Audit

15th April 2011
Watch out. The Internal Revenue Service reported early this year that IRS audits were up. Frankly, it's not real surprising. It's during hard times that taxpayers feel the pinch and are more likely to cut corners. Likewise, as tax revenue goes down, the g...
Author: Edward Gonzalez, Esq.
Criminal Law

Things You Need To Know About An Attorney

31st March 2011
An attorney is a person who holds an educational degree on the field of law. He possesses a valid license to practice law by taking up cases of individuals who have been accused of some legal charge or the other. An attorney may be practicing on his ow...
Author: Aliceshown
Bankruptcy Law

Top Ten Reasons to Hire a Bankruptcy Attorney

04th August 2010
Filing for bankruptcy is a serious decision with long-lasting effects on a person's finances and credit. A qualified Vancouver WA Bankruptcy attorney can help you make the decision whether to file, what type of bankruptcy to file, and can ensure that the ...
Author: Justin Baxter
Personal Injury

Finding the Right Personal Injury Attorney: 5 Traits to Look For

05th May 2010
Looking for a personal injury attorney is typically a stressful process simply due to the nature of your claim. If you were not injured, you would not need them in the first place, so you are typically already faced with physical, mental, and financial s...
Author: dru-man

IRS Bank Levy Release- Know the Ways to Get Your Money Back

30th November 2009
IRS levies your bank account when you fail to pay your tax on time. According to the US Code, if any person neglects or refuses to pay the due tax within 10 days after notice and demand, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) under the United States Federal L...
Author: Samlee