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What to Do ef Your Child Wants to Divorce You

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It may seem far-fetched to imagine that a child would want to divorce their parents, and it is probably an especially absurd notion for your own situation. After all, you know how much you personally love your little one and how much you have devoted to your child. However, some children have tried to divorce their parents, and in some cases, they have been successful at doing so. There was even a feature film, Irreconcilable Differences, that told the story of a child divorcing their parents. Read More»

What Happens If You Are Charged For A Crime Just Because You Were There

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You may not know that you can get charged with a crime just by being present during an unlawful situation. This can be a very bad situation for you to be in. Below is some information about this so you will know what you can do. Not Knowing About the Legal Activity If you visit someone and they are doing illegal activity that you do not know about, this crime is known as Place of Common Nuisance (PCN). Read More»

Answering Three Questions About Buying Your First Home

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You may not make a purchase that is larger or more important than buying your first home. Yet, you may lack the type of expertise needed to ensure this purchase goes as smoothly as possible. In order to be a better-prepared consumer, you should understand the answers to these basic questions first-time homebuyers may have.   Do You Need an Attorney If You Have a Real-Estate Agent? There are many first-time homebuyers that are under the impression that they will not benefit from working with a real-estate attorney if they have an agent. Read More»

How Do You Handle Online Shopping Among Employees Without Ending Up With Either A Revolt Or A Lawsuit?

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The holiday season is fast approaching—which means that it’s time for every business owner to consider an important question: how are you going to handle employees who shop for presents on company computers or on company time? The answer may not be as easy as you think. This is what you should consider. You can have a zero-tolerance policy. While it may seem a little draconian, a zero-tolerance policy can be effective—but only if it’s strictly enforced. Read More»

Keeping Your Property: What to Know About Bankruptcy Exemptions

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If a chapter 7 bankruptcy is your near future, you may be worried about losing some of your property. Your home, vehicle, boat, and more could be seized by the bankruptcy court and used to help repay some of the debt being forgiven with your filing. Bankruptcy law does allow you to keep some of your property, however, and the property you may keep depends on the amount and use of exemptions. Read More»