Division of Property in a Divorce

In a divorce, the court is required to make a “just and equitable division of the marital property” of the parties without regard to marital misconduct. Although this does not require the court to split the parties’ marital property 50/50, in practice most courts will do so. Marital misconduct such as domestic abuse or adultery […]

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Cyber Law – FTC Guidelines Facts

Like every other area of our lives, internet is changing as well. If you were able to write anything you wanted on your websites just few years ago, this is not the case anymore. Because government wants to protect consumers from dishonest business practice on the internet, FTC accepted some guidelines for bloggers and affiliate […]

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Tips for Smart Estate Planning

According to experts, less than half of Americans have any estate-planning documents. But making arrangements for the time when you will be gone not only takes care of the people left behind, it also ensures that your bills are taken care of in the way that you desire. Here are a few estate planning tips […]

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Missing Persons Investigations of a New Age

George Orwell’s novel Nineteen Eighty-Four was first published in 1949. You’d have thought that his vision would no longer be up-to-date 65 years later. The world he described was a world where Big Brother was watching people, constantly seeking information about crime think or any other kind of offence against the glorious super state of […]

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Eviction Impact on Crime

Introduction There are some words that a tenant would rather never hear from their landlord, words belonging to the realm of the forbidden. An eviction is a nightmare which comes true for someone already burdened with mortgages, exploitative bank officials and steadily rising unemployment rates and sometimes plagues with all of the above in one […]

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