• Can You Obtain Credit Post Bankruptcy

      One very common concern or worry if you will I get asked by many of my clients contemplating Bankruptcy is “Will I be able to obtain credit after Bankruptcy?” They are scared that filing Bankruptcy will prevent them from having any type of credit for the next ten years and in reality nothing could be further from the truth. This pesky myth has been around for quite some time now.

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    • Former Broker Allegedly Involved In Outside Business Activities

      Former Broker Allegedly Involved In Outside Business Activities Posted on Friday, April 24, 2015 at 11:53 AM From the Desk of Jim Eccleston at Eccleston Law LLC: Patric Baccam, a former Centaurus Financial broker, allegedly was involved in outside business activities. According to FINRA, Baccam received at least five customer complaints regarding his sales of promissory no ...

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  • The Child Custody Process: An Overview

    By Allen Thompson, Esq. What is “Custody?” There are two types of custody: physical and legal. Physical custody is self-explanatory; it is the time in which you are the physical custodian of the child. Often, this is referred to colloquially as “visitation.” Physical custody may be supervised or unsupervised.

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  • Understanding and Compassionate Attorney

    Copyright 2014 - Fountain Law Firm Sitemap | Disclaimer *The information contained on this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. Every situation is different. Also, any contact with this law firm through the web site does not result in an attorney-client relationship. Do not send any confidential information until an atto ...

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  • Went Above and Beyond For Me!

    “Nothing but positive things to say about Merry! She truly went above and beyond for me. She made things happen that I was not sure were possible, and she made sure all parties were very fair with me. As my attorney for my injury case, she stood her ground and fought for me. Her firm kept in consistent contact with me, and called even when there weren’t updates, to check in and ...

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  • Green Cards for Children

    family reunification > Green Cards for Children Many of my clients consist of parents who are applying (petitioning) for green cards for their children. However, it may not be immediately clear as to who is considered to be a “child” in the immigration process. As a Miami immigration lawyer, I am happy to help shed some light on this matter.

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  • Pothole Accidents

    As any driver in Chicago can tell you, nothing is worse than being forced to drive over a large pothole. When traffic conditions are bad, you may be not only forced to do undergo an unpleasant bump, but you may even find that your car has been seriously damaged. In fact, a large pothole can actually cause damage similar to a 35 mph car accident.

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 2 readers -
  • Can a Person Be Accused of Illinois DUI with a BAC Under 0.08?

    Can a Person Be Accused of Illinois DUI with a BAC Under 0.08? by Attorney Uche | Apr 24, 2015 | Current Affairs/Law/Politics & News. | It is common knowledge that driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI) is a criminal offense in the state of Illinois. Perhaps equally well-known is the fact the legal limit for a driver’s blood alcohol content (BAC) is 0.08 percent.

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  • Medicare Fraud and Cost Outliers

    Medicare Fraud and Cost Outliers Medicare pays doctors, hospitals and other health care providers based on fixed price formulas. The idea is to standardize costs. For example what the government pays for a simple surgery to remove a patient’s tonsils shouldn’t depend on what physician performs the surgery or in which hospital the surgery is performed.

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  • OVDP and Double Counting

    One of the most frequently asked questions we receive from new offshore reporting clients is how to handle transfers between bank accounts. Current reporting rules look to the highest balance in each foreign account but often that means double counting. Let’s say that our hypothetical client Dr. Singh has two accounts in India. One is a checking account and the other an investment account.

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  • Belvedere Management – “Wolf of Wall Street”

    Stories continue to tricle in about Belvedere Management. The prominent industry publication Offshore Alert claims the massive $16 billion operation may be a Ponzi scheme. Regulators in London, Mauritius, the Caribbean and South Africa are reportedly investigating and in some cases have frozen certain Belvedere funds.

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  • Court Upholds FBAR Penalties

    A federal judge in Seattle upheld the IRS in a closely watched FBAR penalty case. Very few FBAR cases make it to federal court. Most are resolved at the IRS appeals level or in U.S. Tax Court. Earlier this month, a U.S. District Court judge found that the maximum penalties imposed against taxpayer James Moore did not violate the Due Process Clause or the Excessive Fines Clause of the U.S.

    Due Diligence- 4 readers -
  • Docket Alarm Helps Journalists Stay Abreast of the Latest Legal News

    More than just a legal research engine, Docket Alarm is a multifaceted analytics platform and source database that journalists, day traders, and other professionals can utilize to their advantage. Instead of continuously searching disorganized databases, court dockets, and PACER, journalists can use Docket Alarm’s user-friendly search tool to see the latest court cases invol ...

    Tara Sue Klamrowski/ DocketAlarm- 4 readers -
  • Detroit Medicare Fraud Scammers Sent to Prison

    Detroit has one of the worst Medicare fraud problems in the United States. Rarely a month goes by without someone getting indicted or convicted of felony healthcare fraud charges. While some think that ripping off the government is a victimless crime, it isn’t. Medicare and Medicaid are funded with tax dollars. More importantly, funding for these programs is limited.

    Due Diligence- 2 readers -
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