Daily Archives April 7, 2015

Criminal Defense Help: What It Can Do

Criminal Defense Help: What It Can Do

by: Ray La Foy

Sometimes we make mistakes. It is not that we deliberately break the law, sometimes it is just unavoidable. Sometimes we do not even know it unless charges are pressed against us. So what’s a poor citizen to do?
Well, that citizen can fight it out in court. But just as any person doesn’t go to battle without armor, you can’t go to the judge unprepared. That is just plain suicide. No, you need a good army of lawyers behind you to help you get out of your mess. You need a good, hardworking criminal defense attorney. You need to know your stand, and you need to stand your ground. You need to get your facts straight, and the place where you can have that is the website criminaldefensehelp.com.
Being pressed with charges can turn your life up...

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Post-Divorce Alimony in Texas

Post-Divorce Alimony in Texas

by: Scott Morgan

This article provides a brief overview on Texas law concerning post-divorce alimony in Texas. Laws differ from state to state and individual circumstances vary, so you should consult with a qualified family law attorney in your area for specific advice on your particular situation. Additionally, this article deals only with post-divorce alimony. It does not address temporary alimony, which is provided for under a different provision of the Texas Family Code.
Two Kinds of Alimony: Contractual and Court Ordered Maintenance
There are two kinds of post-divorce alimony in Texas: contractual alimony and court ordered maintenance...

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Claiming Sexual Harassment

Claiming Sexual Harassment

by: Maui Reyes

If you’ve already approached your employer about the sexual harassment that took place and was not given proper attention, or believe that your company’s policy does not treat your case fairly, then you may consider other options.
You can file a Title IX complaint with the office for Civil Rights. This can be found at the United States Department of education. Title IX covers all students and employees of institutions that are granted federal aid. You don’t need a lawyer to file a complaint. However, when you decide to sue, you will need an attorney to file a Title IX lawsuit.
You can also file a Title VII complaint with the local Equal Employment Opportunity Center office, or with whatever agency in your state or community that handles fair ...

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Signing And Witnessing Your Will

Signing And Witnessing Your Will

by: News Canada

(NC)-Signing and witnessing is critical to the legal validity of your Will and requirements differ from province to province.
Witnesses
You and your two witnesses sign the document in each other’s presence and also initial each page.
Neither your beneficiaries (someone who benefits from your Will) nor their spouses should be witnesses.
As one or both witnesses may be called upon to give evidence as to the execution of your Will, they should be residents of Canada. It is recommended that your witnesses be younger in age than you.
In addition, a document required for the “probate” of the Will (called an affidavit of execution) should be signed and sworn by one of the witnesses, shortly after the Will is signed.
A Regular Review
Once you have d...

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Getting Your Finances Ready for a SSD Case

Getting Your Finances Ready for a SSD Case

by: Lala Balattan

Financial security is what everybody wants in life; that and emotional and spiritual security. However, without the sense of being financially secure for the years to come, this has disastrous effects on a person’s general well being.
Now American working class citizens have come to believe that the Social Security is an institution to protect them when the need finally arises. What do we need then is to rest a weary body and soul from the long years of hard work. Or the need to settle down again as burdening illnesses and frustrating restrictions troubled your body...

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