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Debt And Bankruptcy – Debtors Rights

DEBT AND BANKRUPTCY -DEBTOR’S RIGHTS Going through money trouble like wage garnishment, creditor repossession and dealing with debt collectors may lead you to consider filing for bankruptcy. As a debtor you have important legal rights. Filing for Bankruptcy could give you a fresh start by temporarily or permanently, preventing creditors from collecting debts...
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Estate Planning – Elder Law And End-Of-Life Planning

  Estate Planning – Conservatorships – Elder Law  Estate planning includes more then having your will and trust prepared. It also includes preparing final directives and end-of-life instructions for your children and loved ones to follow. This can include planning to have a conservatorship in place should you later lack the legal capacity to make...
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Consumer Legal Rights And Protections

CONSUMER LEGAL RIGHTS AND PROTECTIONS Our consumer laws protect individuals against unlawful and unfair trade practices. It protects against false and misleading advertisements, false warranties and dangerous products. It also protects consumers from overzealous and abusive collection agencies. Learn how to protect yourself and your family from unlawful business...
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Crimes, Penalties And Your Rights

 CRIMES, PENALTIES AND YOUR RIGHTS Our laws divide criminal acts into infractions, misdemeanors and felonies. The U.S. Constitution affords every person charged with a crime with fundamental protections. These rights include: Miranda Rights, the Right To Remain Silent, the Right to Habeas Corpus and the Right to an Attorney. Learn what you can expect if you are...
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Immigrating To The United States

Immigrating To The United States Immigrating to the United States requires following the highly complex set of rules established by the federal government for determining who is allowed to enter the country and for how long. Immigration law also governs the naturalization process for those who desire to become U.S. citizens. How Citizenship Is Granted Citizenship is...
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Tenant Rights – Fighting Eviction And Property Disputes

Tenant Rights – Fighting Eviction And Property Disputes Whether you are looking to rent an apartment or you’re involved in a landlord-tenant dispute, know your legal rights as a tenant. Learn about rental agreements, payment of rent and security deposits. Learn about the landlord’s duty to provide you with a safe and habitable premise. Learn how to fight...
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Divorce And Family Law

DIVORCE AND FAMILY LAW A divorce is one of the most complex legal challenges a person encounters in ones lifetime. Family law matters are multifaceted. Most people, first encountering the divorce process, are overwhelmed by its legal complexity. The following information is intended to inform you on the subject so you can meet the challenges facing you with...
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Employment Law – Know Your Legal Rights

  Employment Law – Know Your Legal Rights Getting employed and staying employed in a volatile and uncertain job market can foster all sorts of legal issues. These include wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, underpayment of overtime, denying unemployment benefits, and maternity leave, can turn what you hoped was a great career opportunity into a...
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Accidents And Injuries – Personal Injury Law

 Accidents And Injuries – Personal Injury Law Many accident and injury cases result in legal disputes when another person or entity is legally responsible for the accident. Legal liability for accidents can arise from negligence, intentional wrongs and from strict liability. The defendant(s) can range from a careless driver, negligent doctor, careless...
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Tax And IRS Collection – Taxpayer Rights

Tax And IRS Collection – Taxpayer RightsDealing With The IRS What happens if you receive a letter from the Internal Revenue Service? How should you correspond with the IRS? What is the Taxpayer Advocate?  IRS And Collection How does the Internal Revenue Service go about collecting unpaid taxes? What are the different methods the IRS uses collect? Can you...
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