Types Of Liquor Permits

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In order to avoid running afoul of the law, you are going to need to make sure that you have your liquor licenses up to code. Here are some situations in which a business might need to get a liquor license but might not realize it, especially if its owners are new entrepreneurs. Check to see if your situation is on the list if you suspect that you might need a liquor license.

21 December 2015

3 Steps For Stay-At-Home Parents To Take When Divorcing

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Divorces are complex, but if you are a stay-at-home parent, the situation can be even more complicated. It is important that you start to plan for the future as soon as it is apparent that a divorce is imminent. To help ensure that you are on the right path, here are some steps you need to take early in the process.  Obtain Financial Records Whether or not you have been actively involved in the marital assets and debts, it is time to do so now.

3 December 2015

Survival Tips For Parents Of Children Taken By Child Protective Services

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If your child has been taken by the state and put into foster care, you are more than likely feeling frightened and worried. You may not know where your child has been taken, especially if you do not have family members able to care for them until you get the situation sorted out. If your child has been taken, being prepared for a long battle to get him or her back is important to remember.

17 November 2015

How Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Affects Your Property

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Choosing to go through a Chapter 7 bankruptcy is difficult. In Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the court may eliminate all, or most of your debts. The elimination of your debt may come at the cost of your home or other assets. Learning what to expect in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy is critical for being prepared for what may happen to your assets. What Happens To Your Home Under Chapter 7 bankruptcy there is a property exemption.

29 October 2015

Just The Facts About Revocable Trusts

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When it comes to estate planning, the term 'trust" is often a confusing and misunderstood concept. A revocable trust, also known as a living trust, may either supplement or take the place of a traditional will. For those seeking an efficient and convenient way to plan their estate, a revocable trust can be an ideal method to deal with financial assets, both before and after death. Read below for the pertinent facts about revocable trusts.

13 October 2015

4 Personal Injury Case Tips

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If you are going through a personal injury case, there are few things you should know. First off, you should definitely consider hiring a personal injury attorney since they know how to deal with the paperwork involved, speak to the insurance companies, and more. You are much more likely to be successful in your case if you have an attorney by your side. Here are four more tips that can help you get through the case as smoothly as possible:

29 September 2015

Debunking 4 Common Myths About Intellectual Property Law

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Misconceptions regarding intellectual property law are responsible for a number of commercial lawsuits across the United States each year. Because the concept of intellectual property is constantly evolving, it's challenging for many people to understand what's covered versus what isn't covered. Specifically, there are a few commonly perpetuated myths regarding intellectual property law that many people believe to be true that simply aren't. Myth 1: Anything is Fair Use, As Long as You're Not Selling It

9 September 2015

Can Your Employer Move You To A New Job Without Your Consent?

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If you enjoy the work you do, you can feel both shocked and hurt when an employer takes certain assignments from you, or switches you to a new position entirely. You may find yourself disliking your new job and wondering if what your employer did was even legal. When can your employer move you to another position without notice or consent? What should you do if you suspect this transfer was made for discriminatory reasons?

18 August 2015

Can A Workers' Compensation Claim Get You Fired?


One fear that many people have is that their employers will fire them rather than allow them to file a workers compensation claim. You may fear your employer will fire you rather than pay out, or you may fear your employer will not hold a position for you while you're on leave. Here are the facts of the matter. The "At Will" Employee For "at will" employees the situation is clear.

5 August 2015

A Quick Guide To DUI Charge Defense

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When you need to be sure that you are able to keep yourself and other drivers safe, while also avoiding the repercussions of the law, it pays to stay away from drinking and driving. However, if you do make such a mistake and end up taking on a charge, you will need to be sure that you get the help of a professional criminal defense attorney. Take these pieces of information below in mind, so that you are able to defend yourself and know what you are dealing with.

22 July 2015