Legal Advice

5 Tips For Getting Free Legal Advice Online

Consider these 5 tips to getting free legal advice  online when you are searching for information about a legal matter. These steps can save you a lot of time! When you need advice regarding a legal matter, looking for cost effective (or free) legal advice can prove to be a daunting experience. Fortunately, there are
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choosing a lawyer How To Choose A Good Lawyer -10 Tips

Choosing a good lawyer can be a very scary experience when doing it for the first time. Most of us have no clue where to even begin the process. For many of us the only knowledge we have about lawyers is what we have seen on television dramas. Unfortunately what we see in these programs
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Lawyer: When To Consult One

In this day and age, it’s important to protect your rights in many different situations. Knowing when you require the professional services of a lawyer is important since many situations essentially demand it. Hiring a lawyer will typically cost you a large sum depending on the complexity and time required of your situation, so it
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Separation: Can It Save A Marriage?

Life as a married couple sometimes can become extremely stressful and the couple may find it miserable to live together. When this happens, some couples wish to have a trial separation which may help to work through the difference between both the partners. In some cases, separation is prohibited by cultural or religious rules and they prefer to
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Free Online Legal Advice

The legal system in our country can be more than confusing at times and many of us don’t have time to take off work to meet with a lawyer for a consultation. Lucky for us, there are now many law offices that provide free online legal advice. This way we can take the first steps to get the legal advice we may need.
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Legal News

Georgetown 2013: Building a Better Info Governance Practice

By VLi@alm.com (Victor Li) The inaugural information governance track at the Georgetown Advanced eDiscovery Institute examined ways to create a strong IG practice in the era of Big Data. …read more Via: Georgetown 2013: Building a Better Info Governance Practice

Divorce

Yes, It is Possible to Get More Than 50 Percent of Your Spouse’s Retirement Benefits When You Divorce

Yes, It is Possible to Get More Than 50 Percent of Your Spouse’s Retirement Benefits When You Divorce Is it possible to get more than 50 percent of your spouse’s retirement benefits when you divorce? When it comes to divorce retirement benefits, it would seem logical that the person who actually worked and accrued these
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Both Executor-Siblings Liable When One of Them Squanders Money Under Dad’s Will

Both Executor-Siblings Liable When One of Them Squanders Money Under Dad’s Will Both Executor-Siblings Liable When One of Them Squanders Money Under Dad’s Will A recent Ontario Court of Appeal case addresses a very straightforward issue: If there are two trustees appointed under a Will, can one co-trustee stand by and do nothing, while the
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Calling Someone a “Liar” Online: Is that Defamation, or Merely “Comment”?

Calling Someone a “Liar” Online: Is that Defamation, or Merely “Comment”? Calling Someone a “Liar” Online: Is that Defamation, or Merely “Comment”? In an interesting recent case heard by the Ontario Court of Appeal, the court was asked to consider whether calling someone a “liar” in an online blog was merely a comment, or whether
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Buy a Home With Character After Your Divorce

Buy a Home With Character After Your Divorce It is always a challenge to get a home that has the right amount of “character.” After a divorce, it is imperative to start over in the right home so that you don’t add depression to depression to even more depression. What is a house with character?
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Litigation

Mediating Environmental Disputes: A Necessity in Today's Political Climate

Mediating Environmental Disputes: A Necessity in Today's Political Climate Traditional environmental litigation is often lengthy, costly and poses significant risks. Litigation is commonly a zero sum game—one party wins, one …See Original Article Alternative Dispute Resolution Almost no one disputes that litigation is expensive and time consuming. Clients recognize that litigation expends bottom line dollars and
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SUPREME COURT Justices take up WOTUS jurisdiction dispute

SUPREME COURT Justices take up WOTUS jurisdiction dispute The fate of the litigation remains murky, though, given that President-elect Donald Trump will likely take steps to eliminate the rule. EPA had been …See Original Article AG Hood: State Must Fund Mental Health Care, Not Ignore Lawsuit It is especially urgent in light of pending litigation against
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Mealey's Litigation Procedure – Judge OKs Insurer/Reinsurer Stipulation On Handling Of …

Mealey's Litigation Procedure – Judge OKs Insurer/Reinsurer Stipulation On Handling Of … BOSTON – A federal judge in Massachusetts on Dec. 28 approved a stipulation between an insurer and reinsurer regarding confidential materials and …See Original Article Securities and Shareholder Litigation Judge Thomas W. Thrash Jr. of the U.S. District Court of Georgia permanently shelved a
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Can Uber be Sued for Kalamazoo Shootings?

Can Uber be Sued for Kalamazoo Shootings? The assault on a Detroit Uber passenger a few weeks ago comes a few months after the random shootings in Kalamazoo that put the city and the state …See Original Article Associate Bonus Watch: A Litigation Powerhouse Announces time money cash billable hour bonus The litigation powerhouse of Quinn
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