• How to Sell Your Legal Services Ethically

    As a lawyer, there are certain things we can and can’t do or say. The state rules of professional responsibility dictate how lawyers must conduct themselves in practicing law. We can offer legal advice. We can represent clients in court. We can’t tell our friends and family confidential information about our clients, even if it’s really really interesting.

    Andrew Cabasso/ Jurispage- 1 readers -
  • Buy-Sell Agreements and Getting Out of Business

    Buy-Sell Agreements and Getting Out of Business When people go into business, they rarely think of how to get out. Even so, it’s one of the most important things they should consider. Sometimes the business owners have an agreement between them in place; many times, however, they don’t. Avoid the anguish and headaches of a long, drawn-out corporate break-up and have a buy-sel ...

    Stephen Hoffman/ Hoffman Law Office, P.C.- 3 readers -
  • What Happens If I Am Partially At Fault for My Car Accident?

    What Happens If I Am Partially At Fault for My Car Accident? by Anthony Bruning | Jul 31, 2015 | Auto Accident | Auto accidents are often a complex matter. They can involve negligence or recklessness on the part of a driver. There are also accidents which are the result of driver error on the part of more than one driver.

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  • Basic Information About the Abused Spouse Petition (I-360)

    If you are a battered spouse, child or parent, you may file an immigrant visa petition under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), as amended by the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). As a Miami immigration attorney, I have helped several clients seek relief under VAWA. The VAWA provisions in the INA allow certain spouses, children, and parents of U.S.

    Michael G. Murray/ Miami Immigration Lawyer- 3 readers -
  • Berks County DA Dismisses Charges in Relation to Putative Domestic Violence

    This week, attorney Jorge Pereira, in conjunction with Chief Counsel Joshua Prince, was successful in having the Berks County District Attorney dismiss felony charges against a client in relation to him putatively providing false information on an application to purchase a firearm as a result of a prior conviction, which the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) erroneously contended was related to .

    Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 4 readers -
  • What is a Chapter 13 Confirmation?

    What is a Chapter 13 confirmation hearing? You probably know that in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you as a debtor propose a plan to set out how creditors will be paid over a minimum of three years to a maximum of five years. The plan sets out specified monthly payments the secured (examples are cars, house or furniture) or priority (examples are taxes or child support arrears) ...

    Bond and Botes- 2 readers -
  • Multiple Vehicle Accidents

    Being involved in a car accident is always a stressful time. The psychological trauma can take significant time to wear off, you may be dealing with painful injuries that interfere with your everyday life, and your car may be totaled or need costly repairs. It’s a lot to juggle no matter what kind of accident you had, but the aftermath of car accidents involving multiple vehi ...

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 2 readers -
  • Summer Road Trips May Increase Accident Risks

    Summer Road Trips May Increase Accident Risks by Anthony Bruning | Jul 30, 2015 | Auto Accident | Family road trips and weekend getaways are a staple of the summer season. Whether taking the kids to Disney World or visiting family most Americans plan a road trip during the summer months. According to a survey conducted by AAA, approximately two-thirds of adults in the Unite ...

    Bruning Legal- 2 readers -
  • What Happens at a Debtor Exam?

    By: Robert J. Nahoum The Problem: You were sued by a debt collector and a judgment has been entered against you. The judgment creditor is hell bent on collecting on that judgment and has served you with a subpoena for a debtor exam. What is it and what should you expect? The Rules: After a judgment has been entered against you the debt collector is on a ferocious hunt to find your money.

    The Law Offices of Robert J Nahoum- 2 readers -
  • Pennsylvania Supreme Court Restricts Use of Electronic Devices by Jurors

    On July 7, 2015, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court adopted new Rules of Criminal Procedure, and revised and renumbered other Rules, to provide for instructions to prospective and selected jurors concerning the use of personal electronic devices during their service. Jurors are prohibited from using such devices for communication or to conduct independent research on a case.

    Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 3 readers -
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