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Common Grounds for Divorce that Helps You File Your Petition

by lawfirm August 20, 2013 Divorce

Divorce is a legal process. This may sound like a dreadful incident, yet this is an important step for many. When nothing works, going separate ways becomes necessary. This is a state governed issue and you need to seek legal assistance to deal with the matter. Hiring a family lawyer specialized in handling divorce will […]

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Alimony Determination – What Every Divorcing Couple Should Know

by lawfirm August 16, 2013 Family Law

Alimony or spousal support is a familiar factor. This comes with the complication of divorce. Alimony is one of the important elements of divorce that you need to deal with. This is the amount of money that is paid to the lesser earning spouse by the one who earns more. The concept of marriage is […]

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Find out Your Court Records for Bankruptcy in Florida

by lawfirm August 11, 2013 Banking

Bankruptcy court records are public records available for anybody to inspect. Bankruptcy courts in Florida make their court cases available by electronic means for online review and download. Nevertheless the electronic access system called PACER is designed for the sake of legal professionals. It is not user friendly for the use of the general public […]

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First Degree Murder Defense Details – Get Your Defense Line Strong

by lawfirm August 10, 2013 Criminal Law

(US law) First degree murder is considered the highest degree in the categories of murders. However, every state in the US does not categorize the murders into degrees. Defining first degree murder can be bit critical. This means unlawful slaughter of another human with the intention to cause harm and inflict injury. The Elements of […]

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White Collar Crime – Dealing with Prosecution

by lawfirm June 12, 2013 Criminal Law

For years criminology has viewed crime incorrectly. It has focused on the financial background of the criminal, assuming that crimes are acts of people from poor family. However, in the year of 1939, criminologist Edwin Sutherland had challenged this concept. According to his theory, crimes are committed by people of every social status. However, with […]

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Getting Financial Condition in Order before Filing for Divorce

by lawfirm June 6, 2013 Divorce

(Family law in Florida, United States and generally) Divorce may bring to you a blend of both emotional and financial worry. All of a sudden you may find yourself alone with all the burdens. However, these worries can be taken care of with little planning and legal assistance. Once you have come to realize that […]

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First Degree Murder – Defense Strategy that Works

by lawfirm May 22, 2013 Criminal Law

First degree murder is defined as unlawful killing of a human being with malice aforethought. Premeditation separates this act from other types of homicides. In the most US states this type of killing is known as unlawful killing which is willful. This means the murderer spends time plotting the act and then executes with careful […]

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Preserving Evidence after an Auto Accident

by lawfirm March 29, 2013 Accident Claims

If you have suffered an auto accident because of someone else’s negligence, and have received severe injuries as a result, you may have the right to file an auto accident claim. However, in order to file the claim and to win compensation, you would first need to gather enough evidence to show that the accident […]

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Steps to receive the Legal Custody of a Minor

by lawfirm March 28, 2013 Divorce

(US family law) Normally parents are given complete custody of their minor children unless illness or divorce, changes that. Considering the fitness of the parent/s, courts decide to give joint or sole custody. Under certain circumstances, a non-parent can also be given the custody of a minor. How the court decides the custody of a […]

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How Are Tax Lawyers Different From Other Legal Professionals

by lawfirm February 24, 2013 Tax Law

 A lot of people seem to believe that tax lawyers are, in many ways, similar to any other legal professional. However, apart from their specialization in tax laws, these attorneys are different from the other legal professionals in more ways than one. Though lawyers and taxes are some of the most unpopular topics for anyone, […]

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Family Law and Family Lawyers- A Brief Overview

by lawfirm February 13, 2013 Family Law

Family law constitutes all legal matters concerning family which includes prenuptial agreement, divorce, child custody, property settlement and adoption. Other legal issues faced by families are spousal support, child support, termination of parental rights, paternity, child neglect and protection from abuse. Family law encompasses all these issues. Family law attorneys also handle issues like post-nuptial […]

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What Are the Common Challenges of Filing an Injury Claim

by lawfirm February 6, 2013 Personal Injury

Being involved in an accident is undoubtedly one of the scariest experiences that one can come face to face with. These accidents can leave you with serious injuries that can even have long term consequences. If you’ve suffered this type of an accident because of the negligence, carelessness or reckless behavior or another person, you […]

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You Can Be Deported from United States for Felony Charges

by lawfirm January 23, 2013 Immigration Law

Residing in any part of the United States on a visa or green card and convicted for a felony, you may be deported from the country for this reason. There are various factors that will be considered before making any decision about deportation. The factors that may affect the process of deportation are the offense […]

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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy for Debt Reconstruct

by lawfirm January 18, 2013 Banking and Finance Law

The chapter 7 is popularly known as liquidation bankruptcy. This is a legal process. It can provide you a brand new start by dismissing your debts. This type of insolvency erases almost all the debts. In exchange of erasing debts the trustee sells the nonexempt property. In chapter 7 bankruptcy the trustee dismisses most of […]

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EB-5 Visa: Rules and Regulations

by lawfirm January 14, 2013 Immigration Law

Those willing to visit and stay in the United States, have to obtain a visa. There are several visa categories that you need to consider while deciding the appropriate one for you. However, depending on any of this visa it is difficult to stay permanently in the US. If you are looking for a visa […]

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Do Breathanalyzers Reveal Appropriate Results?

by lawfirm January 13, 2013 Criminal Law

A driver charged with Driving under the Influence (DUI) or Driving while Intoxicated (DWI) has to understand that a Breathanalyzer is a piece of evidence that can be used against the driver in court of law. Though passing Breathanalyzer test does not prove that the person is guilty, even does not guarantee discharge. There are […]

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Head-on-Collision: A Dangerous Type of Truck Accident

by lawfirm January 12, 2013 Accident Claims Law

Head-on-collision is one of the dangerous forms of accidents and Miami reports several of these fatal accidents each year. In Miami, it is the trucks that collide with other vehicles. When the truck collide with motor vehicles or other smaller ones; they are reduced to nothing and driver of the truck is hardly injured whereas […]

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Laws Related to Dual Citizenship

by lawfirm January 5, 2013 Immigration Law

The US state department was reluctant to allow dual citizenship but at present it is possible to retain dual citizenship. The laws clearly give individuals the right to keep both citizenships for life in certain kinds of circumstances. These situations are Dual citizen from birth or childhood Become a citizen of another country after having […]

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Obey Traffic Regulations Attached with IID in Order to Avoid Arrest

by lawfirm January 4, 2013 Criminal Law

In Miami offenses of traffic violations are categorized as both felonies and misdemeanors. Though a good number of cases are treated as civil infringement, there are times where traffic violations result in criminal cases. If convicted of Driving under the Influence (DUI) charge in Miami punishment can include prison time, suspension of driving license, court […]

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IRS Scheme for Non-resident Tax Payers to Clear Dues

by lawfirm January 3, 2013 Tax Law

Non-resident taxpayers of the United Sates often fail to file their tax returns timely. Failure to pay tax on time can result in serious consequence apart from that the tax debt accumulates over time. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is aware that the US citizens dwelling abroad usually failed to pay their tax on time. […]

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