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December 21, 2011 By Hanson, Gorian & Bradford
Gay and lesbian parents have suffered decades of court discrimination in child custody cases. The state of California and other states have recently adopted a nondiscriminatory approach to granting child custody rights to gay and lesbian parents, but subtle forms of prejudice still exist.
December 21, 2011 By Glanzer & Associates, PC
As a bankruptcy debtor you are required to name all creditors and the amount owed as of the day your bankruptcy case is filed. These creditors are sent notice of your case directly from the bankruptcy court.
December 21, 2011 By Mary E. King PL
Taxes get the distinction of being called delinquent by the IRS under a specific set of circumstances. Once the due date of a tax liability assessment has passed or the time allowed for tax appeals has expired. Once this designation has been assigned to the back taxes the amount of delinquent taxes will be targeted by the IRS for collection procedures.
When you are inventorying your assets in anticipation of distributing them to your loved ones after your death you may find that your home is your single most valuable asset.
Living on a fixed income can be difficult, and this is one of the reasons why it is so very important to engage in retirement planning.
If we said 2010 was an interesting year in the field of estate planning it would be a gross understatement.
December 21, 2011 By Nuruzzaman & Associates
In Bangladesh at a present days the Divorce has become an issue dealing with all legal attempts at all its three stage; before Divorce Notice, at the statutory period of 90 days and after expiry of statutory period.
December 20, 2011 By Wendt Goss, P.C.
By law, truck drivers are prohibited from driving past certain hours of operation. When a truck driver fails to comply by these laws and becomes fatigued while at the wheel, a dangerous and catastrophic accident may be the result.
December 20, 2011 By Givens Personal Injury Law Group
With so many drivers on the road there is little wonder as to the number of car accidents that occur on a daily basis. According to reports from Florida’s Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles department, more than 235,000 accidents were totaled in the state’s most recent annual inventory that was conducted. And with that many crashes, the number and types of injuries resulting are likely to reflect the same magnitude.
December 20, 2011 By Jaburg Wilk
Generic top level domains known as “gTLDs” are about to change. If you are thinking that this may be interesting but has no effect on you or your business, think again. Brand owners have several options for protecting their trademarks in this new unlimited gTLD system. By: Maria Crimi Speth