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Divorce

Minnesota Divorce and Property Division: What can I Keep, and What Must be Divided?

21st April 2011
So you find yourself either contemplating divorce, or in the middle of a divorce in the State of Minnesota, and need to know what your rights are with regard to all the personal and real property owned by you or your spouse. This article will touch on th...
Author: Adam Blahnik
Real Estate Law

The Joint Tenancy Deed Avoids Probate and Saves Money

12th April 2011
The joint tenancy deed is one of the best tools to transfer real estate between spouses, partners and heirs. Its principal characteristic and its advantage over holding title as a tenant in common, is that a joint tenancy deed transfers title immediately ...
Author: Mitchell Sussman
Immigration Law

Safe Haven: Seeking asylum in the United States

30th March 2011
The United States is obligated under international law to admit eligible refugees and asylees to the United States when that personís life or freedom is in jeopardy in their home country as set forth below. Even so, the relief of asylum is not easily awar...
Author: bruceld9
Divorce

Presumptions Matter

30th March 2011
There are a lot of presumptions in the law, and litigating the property in your divorce can be like a game of Rock, Paper, and Scissors. Scissors do not cut Rock and Paper will not smother Scissors. You need to apply the right presumptions in your divor...
Author: Tom Stutzman
Internet Law

Top 10 issues for Patent Litigation in 2011

10th February 2011
The end of the year is the time for top 10 lists. Here, in no particular order, are my top 10 issues for patent litigators in 2011. 10. Microsoft Corp v. i4i Ltd. Partnership., and the clear and convincing evidence standard where the defendant relies o...
Author: Brandon Baum
Divorce

What Are the Laws Regarding Spousal Support and Divorce in California?

02nd September 2010
Spousal support or alimony can become a hot topic for many divorcing couples, so going into divorce proceedings with an understanding of the rules governing the process can be quite helpful. While your attorney will explain the details further, a little b...
Author: Justin
Divorce

Divorce: What Happens to Real Estate and Other Large Assets?

19th May 2010
Attorneys and lawyers both understand that you worked hard for what you have.The results of your hard work may be represented by your home, car, or perhaps a significant savings or investment account. Georgia law states that all assets and debts, large...
Author: SullivJe
Family Law

Domestic Violence and Divorce - The Epidemic Facing Battered Mothers in Family Court

26th April 2010
Battered mothers in divorce court often look like "swine flu" survivors that haven't realized they are part of an epidemic. These women are in awe over what is "happening" or has "happened" to them and their children. They go into court expecting "just...
Author: Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.
Accident claims

New York Car Accident Laws Important Info for Drivers

09th April 2010
New York car accident laws can be complicated and difficult to understand. If you carry no-fault insurance your case will be separated into two parts. First, you have first-party benefits and this covers where you will have your hospital bills paid, docto...
Author: Penelope Stone
Divorce

Effectiveness Of Divorce Process

06th April 2010
Effectiveness Of Divorce Process Divorce is one of the most agonizing and nerve wracking experience that one can go through. There are a number of rules and regulations concerned in getting a divorce done but in Canada itself there are numerous misconce...
Author: Vern Bentley
Accident claims

If a Horse Enters a 12 Lane Freeway and Causes Your Huge Accident, Can You Get Reimbursed?

18th March 2010
Would it shock you if I said maybe not? Usually when you are not at fault for an incident, and the incident would not have occurred unless there was negligence, the other party has the burden of explaining why they are not liable, or they must pay the da...
Author: James Ballidis
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
Taxes

Tips & Tricks for Appealing Property Taxes

21st October 2009
Although 75% of property tax appeals are successful and save homeowners an average of $450, only 7% of homeowners appeal annually. Research indicates five primary reasons homeowners do not appeal: The process seems overwhelming and they do not know ho...
Author: Patrick OConnor
Legal

The Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Means Test

21st January 2009
When you file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition, the means test is applied to make sure that you really need to file bankruptcy and that you aren't "abusing" the system. That might sound confusing, but it's in most cases a simple test, and the majority of d...
Author: David Romito
Legal

LAW RELATING TO DISHONOUR OF CHEQUES IN INDIA

24th April 2007
INTRODUCTION:The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 is an Act to define the law relating to promissory notes, bills of exchange and cheques. This Act has been amended several times commencing from 1885 till 2002. The most important amendment is by Act 66 of...
Author: K.V. RAMANA MURTHY