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- Sex Crime Cases in Texas: How They are Prosecuted, Defended, and Carried Out
Provided by Neal Davis Law Firm, PLLC
Texas has unique sex crime laws, and each case can "go federal" for different reasons.
- What Happens When a Person is Charged with Illegal Reentry?
Provided by Greco Neyland, PC
Returning to the United States after being deported or removed is a violation of federal law. Alleged offenders could be sentenced to prison before being returned to their home countries—where they could face additional consequences as well.
- Small Business Owners: Five Ways You May Be Breaking Employment Law Without Knowing It
Provided by Jurado & Farshchian, P.L.
Breaking Employment law? You may be a great employer, but you may be breaking employment law without even knowing you’re doing it. It’s pretty easy, as a business owner and an employer, to accidentally break the law. Here are five ways it can happen.
- Basics of Collaborative Law
Provided by Demmel Law Office, LLC
Collaboration means to work together to achieve a common goal. The collaborative process involves the spouses, their attorneys and any other involved professionals engaging in non-confrontational sessions to discuss the issues and goals of the involved individuals. The issues may include divorce, support of a spouse and/or children, how to divide the marital assets, co-parenting plans and anything else that spouses need to decide.
- Is Medicaid Planning Necessary?
Provided by Giro Elder Law
What American doesn’t fear that they may end up in a nursing home when they become older? This not only means a great loss of personal independence, but also a tremendous financial price tag $$. Depending on location of the facility, and level of care, nursing homes cost between $40,000 and $180,000 a year; a large investment by any means.
- I'm Being Harassed on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter; What Are My Legal Options?
Provided by HG.org
Cyber-bullying has become a very big problem in America, and it is not just limited to children. Every day, thousands of people have to contend with negative, abusive, insulting, and threatening comments posted on, or linked to, their social media accounts. This has left many to wonder if there is anything they can do – from a legal standpoint – to protect themselves.
- What Happens When Business Partners Divorce in Illinois?
Provided by Abear Law Offices
Spouses do not typically go into marriages anticipating the marriage will fail. Likewise, partners do not begin a business thinking that it will be anything but successful. When the two worlds collide, a divorce settlement may adversely affect the future of a business, particularly when the spouses were business partners.
- What Are Georgia's Booster Seat Laws?
Provided by Goldstein & Hayes, PC
Parents all know that if they plan to drive their child, they will need a car seat. To help keep our children safe while in a vehicle, there are laws all parents should be familiar with.
- Is there Ever Enough Money to Start a Business
Provided by McKee & Magee PLLC
How to fund your business.
- New York Zombie Foreclosures On the Rise
Provided by The Law Offices of Robert S. Lewis, P.C.
According to RealtyTrac, there were 16,700 zombie foreclosures in New York in 2014. That number has since risen by 54 percent. These homes are often the houses that bring a neighborhood's value down; the houses with unkempt lawns and boarded-up windows that are easy to ignore and forget.