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  • New Law Could Change How Divorce Effects Pets

    In many families, pets are like children. And yet, those “children” get no say in divorce cases. They don’t end up going to the owner who has their best interest at heart. Instead, they often end up in the home of someone who only wanted them to spite their partner. Soon, that should change. A new law could change the way that the court handles animals in divorce cases.

    The Law Office of Jeremy Howe- 15 readers -
  • Should I Accept a Car Accident Settlement?

    The other driver’s insurance company has offered me a settlement. Should I accept it? Will they negotiate? We commonly hear from people who’ve been offered a settlement from the insurance company shortly after being injured in an auto accident. People often believe that they have to make this decision very quickly, but that’s exactly what the insurance company wants.

    Jeff Rasansky/ Rasansky Law Firm- 10 readers -
  • Episode 21 – Next Lawyer Up with Ron Sykstus featuring Tom Ryan

    This episode of the Next Lawyer Up podcast features attorney Tom Ryan If you believe that estate planning is a straight forward and simple area of the law, you’ll think differently after listening to L. Thomas “Tom” Ryan, Jr. Tom is a very well-known lawyer in North Alabama and his firm’s offices are in Huntsville, Mobile and Pensacola, Florida.

    Ron Sykstus/ Bond and Botes- 15 readers -
  • How Defensive Driving Can Protect You on the Roads of Georgia

    Defensive driving is a technique that helps drivers protect themselves from accidents. Rather than being reactive, if you are more proactive and look out for hazards in advance you are less likely to be involved in an accident. Defensive driving utilizes safe driving strategies to allow motorists to address foreseeable hazards in a predictable manner.

    Michael West/ Law Office of Michael West- 10 readers -
  • Security Clearance Issues, Problems, Denials and Revocations

    Security clearance issues are common place in the news these days. The news covers a lot of areas. Security Clearance Process in the News at the Highest Level Do you have to complete the SF 86 in its entirety to be given Security Clearance that allows access to classified material? Recently, the back log in the clearance process has gotten even more attention.

    Ron Sykstus/ Bond and Botes- 8 readers -
  • Equifax proves case against forced arbitration

    By David Dayen, The Intercept – EQUIFAX, THE CREDIT REPORTING BUREAU that on Thursday admitted one of the largest data breaches in history, affecting 143 million U.S. consumers, is maneuvering to prevent victims from banding together to sue the company, according to consumer protection advocates and elected officials.

    Lamberton Law Firm, LLC- 14 readers -
  • 7 Tips for Driving Safely in School Zones

    Now that the summer has come to an end and school is back in session, drivers should be careful when driving in school zones. By being mindful of school zones and practicing extra caution, you can reduce your risk of receiving an expensive ticket or causing a serious accident. In order to do your part in keeping yourself, children, and your community safe, Staver Law Group reco ...

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 12 readers -
  • Oregon Divorce: What to do When Your Ex Holds Items for Ransom

    Oregon Divorce: What to do When Your Ex Holds Items for Ransom September 16, 2017 by BrasierLaw What to do when the other parent holds items for ransom. Sometimes in divorces, one parent will take control, by force or deception, of items of importance to the other parent. For instance, one parent may have the family photos electronically stored on their own computer.

    Brasier Law- 13 readers -
  • Do I Have to Call the Police if I’ve Been Injured in an Accident?

    Involvement in an accident that results in an injury to oneself is not something most people expect. Car wrecks are often violent and traumatic and tend to leave those involved shaken, confused, and uncertain about what to do next. Many people wonder whether they need to call the police or whether they can simply exchange information with the other driver and continue with their day.

    Gabriel Levin/ 10 readers -
  • The Arbitration Rule: Balancing the Interests of Companies and Consumers

    Mandatory arbitration provisions are once again at the forefront of policy discourse on Capitol Hill as government agency heads and members of Congress grapple with how to best balance the interests of both companies and consumers. But there doesn’t seem to be much hope for one side of the debate, as Congress is set to overturn a rule issued by the Consumer Financial Protection ...

    Bond and Botes- 10 readers -
  • The Equifax Data Breach

    By: Robert J. Nahoum Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman said, “The Equifax breach potentially exposed sensitive personal information for over eight million New Yorkers. Equifax, one of the nation’s top credit reporting agencies, recently reported that the private data of roughly 143 million Americans had been compromised due a security hack.

    The Law Offices of Robert J Nahoum- 15 readers -
  • What Happens If You Don’t Pay Your Student Loans?

    Americans are drowning in student loan debt. More than 3,000 people default on their federal student loans every day. It takes around 20 years for the average student loan borrower to pay off their loans. Today, there are over 44 million Americans with a total student loan debt of $1.4 trillion. But what happens if you can’t make the necessary payments? Missing a student loan ...

    Gail Donaldson/ Bond and Botes- 13 readers -
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