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The Assignment Of Judgment

08th June 2010
This article is not legal advice. The example form in this article is not meant to copy and use as is, explains what you need to know, to prepare and file an assignment of judgment. I am not a lawyer. The first step of enforcing any judgment where you ... Read >
Author: Mark D. Shapiro

How to File an Assignment Of Judgment

04th June 2010
I am not a lawyer. This article is not legal advice. The example form in this article is not meant to copy and use as is, explains what you need to know, to prepare and file an assignment of judgment. The first step of enforcing any judgment where you ... Read >
Author: Mark D. Shapiro

Finding Hidden Assets after you Sue Someone

02nd June 2010
I am not a lawyer. This is my opinion and a summary of what I have learned and observed. If you need legal advice, contact a lawyer. There are two schools of thought about people who hide their assets, or through careful planning, own nothing. Some thi... Read >
Author: Mark D. Shapiro

Should I File Bankruptcy or Defend My Foreclosure?

02nd June 2010
In this volatile real estate market and recession economy, many homeowners are faced with the difficult decision of choosing between filing a bankruptcy and defending a foreclosure. Unfortunately, the dominant thought among most attorneys is that bankrupt... Read >
Author: Kramer

Overview of Car Accident Lawsuits

30th April 2010
Every day people are injured in car accidents. This does not mean every auto accident will result in a car accident lawsuit. It is important that an injured person speak to a lawyer that is experienced auto accidents. Each state has different criteria and... Read >
Author: Penelope Stone

Rhode Island Alimony Law

21st December 2009
Alimony is payments that one spouse may be ordered to pay another spouse for support as a result of a divorce.In Rhode Island Divorce, some spouses qualify for alimony from the other spouse. Alimony is also known as Spousal Support or Spousal Maintenance.... Read >
Author: David Slepkow, Rhode Island Lawyer

Full and final releases

09th April 2009
You've just been fired from your job. You are still in shock. The human resources person is talking to you and you really do not understand what he or she is saying. More importantly, you don't care. You just want to get out of the meeting and go home. ... Read >
Author: Gary and Dawn

Medicaid Fraud Investigations in New York City

10th November 2008
Health care coverage in New York these days costs an arm and a leg. Think you can have a break but applying for Medicaid? That may be so - if you financially qualify. On the other hand, if you don't, think twice before applying because you may be investig... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Tenancy by Entirety

18th July 2008
The following article is based solely on individual research and should not be taken as legal advice. Tenancy by entirety is otherwise known as a special kind of property ownership that only married couples in a handful of states may use to their ad... Read >
Author: Jason M.

Understanding Legal Terms

14th July 2008
The field of law is very complicated for those who have not had the proper schooling. There are terms that are used in the courts and in legal documents that a typical person may have trouble deciphering. This can cause a lot of confusion for a person in ... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Conveyancing Process in British Columbia

29th April 2008
Conveyancing is when the previous home owner transfers his ownership data to you. In BC, the real estate conveyancing process takes place after a written agreement has been signed and all subjects to the deal have been signed off on. In other words, this ... Read >
Author: bchousingnetwork

Immigrating to Canada: Dependant Children Lock-in Dates

05th February 2006
Please be aware that this article is accurate as of January 29, 2006 This article is intended to be used as general information only, not as legal advice. The Situation Consider the following situation you are applying for Canadian permanent re... Read >
Author: Sat-Sung Kalman

Free advice on how to beat a speeding ticket

02nd February 2006
The dreaded speeding ticket. Everyone that drives gets one sooner or later. Statistically it's the most frequently given ticket, averaging 41 million tickets in 2003 and growing since then. For most people the problem isn't getting a speeding ticket, but ... Read >
Author: Brad Cra
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