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Before Choosing Bankruptcy Attorney Ask These Questions

18th April 2013
Personal bankruptcy is usually a federal court process created to support borrowers and companies to remove their debts and also pay back them in the safety of the personal bankruptcy court.However declaring bankruptcy is not as easy as visiting the local... Read >
Author: Alex Jackson

Forensic pathologist salary

01st June 2011
Pathology, in comparison with forensic pathology, describes a specialized part of drugs thatís specialized in the research into ailments. This may be a way of studying completed by owning an autopsy. With the aid of the term forensics to its title, the fu... Read >
Author: Son Wheeler

Video Evidence Introduced in Court

15th November 2010
As the cost of video technology becomes more affordable and the ability to store the video becomes easier, the use of video in court cases has greatly increased. The increased prevalence of video capturing criminal activity has made video a pivotal issue ... Read >
Author: Ryan P. Rooth

How to Prepare For CLAT Exam?

07th January 2010
Many students who want to pursue a career in Law after class XII appear for CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) for 5 year integrated BA LLB Courses. There first question is How to Prepare for CLAT? Here are some tips to prepare for CLAT Entrance Exam. Un... Read >
Author: Sonia

Health and Wellness Industry and its Advantages.

05th January 2010
The health and wellness industry is a very promising and favorable business nowadays. Health and wellness products are currently among the latest product trends, and to exploit this opportunity is a very good enterprise for any entrepreneur. In fact, repo... Read >
Author: Chris W. Kilber

Sue Your Bank for a Deficiency After a Sheriff Sale

30th June 2009
One of the greatest worries from homeowners trying to save their homes from foreclosure is that the bank will sell their property at auction and then sue them again for a deficiency judgment. While it is uncommon for banks to do this to borrowers, many st... Read >
Author: Nick Adama

Revocable Trust (Revocable Living Trust) vs. Irrevocable Trusts

10th February 2007
Be open and notorious, Sue me! You'll never get a dime. If you reposition (transfer) your assets through the use of an IRREVOCABLE TRUST, you will no longer own them. If you don't own assets, no one will want to sue you; no one will want to track your spe... Read >
Author: Rocco Beatrice

Two self defense weapons that are really just household items!

17th November 2006
So, you know that carrying a concealed self defense weapon is a crime. However, having a concealed weapon can be a great self defense tool, handy for disabling any attacker that may have a weapon himself. Since you can't carry a gun or a knife in publi... Read >
Author: Steve Gibbs
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