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What You Need To Know Before Filing for Bankruptcy

If you are drowning in debt and feel like there’s no relief, bankruptcy may offer the relief you seek. Due to the nature of bankruptcy, it is not the best option in all situations. Contacting an attorney can help you look at all your options to see if bankruptcy is right for you. Here’s a […]

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What Does a Parole Lawyer Do?

In the U.S. criminal justice system, most prisoners become eligible for parole at some point. Parole is a monitored release which gives the convicted person an opportunity to begin to reintegrate into society and spend time with their families. A parole lawyer Houston can greatly improve a person’s chances for being granted parole. Preparing for a Hearing […]

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The 411 On Getting Out of Jail Quickly

If you or someone you know is in jail, you want to get out as quickly as possible. No, escape is not really an option unless you really want to compound the situation. Being in jail is not a pleasant experience, especially if your arrest comes out of the blue. It might not be you, […]

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Ex-supreme court justice defends those who break assisted dying law

Lord Sumption’s lectures question whether courts and lawyers have over-expanded their role. Photograph: Richard Ansett/BBC A former supreme court justice has defended people who break the law on assisted dying but urged them to face up to the consequences of their actions. Delivering the opening speech of this year’s BBC Reith Lectures, Jonathan Sumption QC, […]

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Shame on the Home Office for using the tax form to target migrants

Home secretary Sajid Javid. Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA As today’s devastating exposé in the Guardian makes clear, something has gone fundamentally wrong with the Home Office’s treatment of skilled migrants. Under an obscure clause of the immigration rules as currently applied, if migrants who have been granted indefinite leave to remain make mistakes in their tax […]

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The ABCs of Choosing a Divorce Lawyer

Going through a divorce can be overwhelming, frustrating, and devastating, yet while you are at one of the lowest possible moments in your life, you are expected to hire an expert to help you battle through the wreckage of your marriage. Finding a divorce lawyer is about more than clicking on the first name that […]

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Disability Lawyers: Four Ways to Verify Ability and Reputation

If you have a disability and are looking to file with the Social Security Administration, then you may want to invest in a lawyer. While it is possible to file on your own, you are more likely to be approved when you have counsel. That being said the SSA does have a list of illnesses […]

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Former White House counsel Don McGahn returns to law firm

Trump nominates Kavanaugh seat replacement 01:00 (CNN)Former White House counsel Don McGahn will return to the law firm Jones Day, he told CNN on Sunday. “I enjoy the practice of law and I look forward to coming back to Jones Day,” McGahn told CNN. “I’m going to practice law. No paid corporate speeches and no […]

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Requirements to Become a Notary Public in the State of Florida

Becoming a notary public means having a career providing a service that isalways in demand. Certain documents require notarization, and the type ofdocuments requiring this service cover a wide range. It’s a job that can bedone full time or part time, and it is a service that can be provided in mobilefashion. You can bring […]

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What to Look for in a Bail Bondsman

Illegal acts can easily leave goodpeople in a bad position that ultimately leads to their arrest and subsequenttrip to jail, but the good news is that inmates can be released well beforetheir court date if they can post bail. While bail can be posted by theincarcerated individual, friends or family members, the most common way […]

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