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greenI've been Served with Divorce Papers; Now What?

Despite everyone’s best intentions, some marriages just don’t last. In these cases, most of the time, divorce is the most logical (and healthy) route to take for both parties. Whether you have been served with papers from your spouse, or are considering filing them yourself, your emotions may be running high. Setting a reasonable, logical tone in the beginning can help make the difference between an amicable divorce and a bitter one.

blueDIFC Courts Hears First Non-DIFC Case since Jurisdiction Expansion - SME's Stand to Benefit Most

     By Fichte & Co
The first non-DIFC case has now been heard in the DIFC Courts’ Small Claims Tribunal. The matter concerns the non-payment of an invoice between two Dubai-based companies. SCT can hear claims up to 500,000 AED. Procedures are in English and 90% of cases get settled in three weeks. The DIFC Courts provides a cost-effective forum, especially for SME's. SME’s should contact a lawyer to assist when the disputed amount is at high end of the cap.

blueArkansas Advance Directive

A properly drafted medical power of attorney in Arkansas, sometimes known as a durable power of attorney, is an essential part of a good estate plan. State laws have very specific rules when it comes to making these advance medical directives, and you must follow these requirements to ensure your power of attorney is legal.

blueEstate Pet Care – 3 Basic Concepts

For many of us, the idea of leaving our pets without adequate care after we die is not an option. While you know how much you love your pet, the law doesn't recognize the right for an animal to own property, which means you cannot leave your property to your pet after you die.

blueTexas Fracking Disclosure Law Will Help Analyze Water Concerns

     By Amaro Law Firm
Texas fracking disclosure law goes into effect February 1, 2012. According to reports, on February 1, 2011, Texas drilling operators will be required to begin reporting many of the chemicals used in a process known as hydraulic fracturing. Industry sources say hydraulic fracturing is a process in which a mixture of water and chemicals is shot into the earth in order to recover excess oil and gas.

blueOverview of Workplace Accidents Involving Teen Workers

     By Mesriani Law Group
In California, it is not uncommon to see teenagers working in various fast food restaurants. Because of this, it is safe to say that the practice of legally employing minors for menial work duties is a unique American culture. However, unfortunately, workplace accidents involving teens are inevitable, especially for workplaces that do not abide by the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act).

blueCharged as a Criminal? Miranda Rights Observed

     By Falk & Ross, PA
If you are arrested by the police, you are entitled to certain rights and liberties, no matter what you are being charged with or accused of doing. The code that outlines criminal rights in Florida stipulates that certain and specific procedures must be followed by law enforcement agents when you are arrested or taken into custody. Among those, the Miranda rights feature prominently.

blueCoping with the Impact of a DUI

     By Falk & Ross, PA
You probably already know that after a DUI in Florida, you need to contact a drunk driving defense attorney who has handled cases like yours before and can protect all of your rights under the law, but you may be at a loss as to how to explain to your friends, family members and co-workers that you have been arrested for a DUI.

blueTop Five Don'ts Before Filing Bankruptcy

Many people start financial planning when the decision is made to file bankruptcy. Financial planning is good, but doing it yourself can be disastrous. In particular, there are five activities that can cause serious problems in your bankruptcy case, so today’s article is a list of the top five activities to avoid before you file bankruptcy.

blueEstate Planning Basics

Many people hear the term “estate planning «and immediately think it doesn’t apply to them. After all, estate planning, is only for the rich or the elderly, right? Wrong. Basic estate planning is a necessity for everyone. As you age, or your estate grows, you can revise your estate plan to include more complex tools. Understanding some of the most basic estate planning tools, can help you on your comprehensive estate plan and should be started, preferably, early on in life.



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