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What Benefits Are Veterans Legally Entitled To?


Depending on how they were discharged, veterans who served in the U.S. military could be eligible for many benefits ranging from VA home loans to retirement pay. Learn...

6 Legal Considerations for Home Sellers


If you have made the decision to sell your home, there are six legal issues to bear in mind as you approach the selling process. Learn about them in this article.

How to Get a Patent Without an Attorney's Help


Want to get a patent for your idea but don't want to pay the attorney fees? Learn how to do it without the help of a lawyer. This article outlines the 4 steps you'll...

What Is the Legal Extent of Police Power in America?


While police department and members of law enforcement have police powers in America, these powers aren't unlimited. Find out more about the legal extent of police power...

4 Things to Know About Child Custody in Nevada


Facing a child custody battle in Nevada? A top divorce attorney from the state explains what you need to know about the types of custody, modifying courts orders and...

Winter Is Coming: Prepare Yourself for Negligent Truckers


Driving on the roads in winter weather is an accident waiting to happen. Trucks, in particular, pose a serious threat to you and your passengers. Find out what to do if...

Top Bankruptcy Attorneys/Resources to Follow on Twitter


Want to learn more about bankruptcy and how to avoid it? We've compiled a list of the most influential attorneys/resources who are talking about it on Twitter. Check it...

The 6 Most Common Concerns About Child Visitation


Are you at the stage where you have to determine child visitation? We've got the answers to some common concerns, such as changing visitation orders, being denied...

I Applied for SSDI ... So Where Is My Check?


Millions of applicants file for SSDI & SSI benefits each year. Even if you do everything right, it's likely that you'll have to wait weeks, if not months, to receive...

6 Legal Rights You Need to Know as a Tenant


Are you renting property for commercial or residential reasons? If so, it's important to be aware of your tenant rights so that you can avoid being taken advantage of or...

How to Get Your Driver’s License Suspended


Do you want to lose your driver's license? The answer is most likely 'no'! Here are 6 things to avoid if you want to stay out of trouble and continue to legally navigate...

5 Rights You Need to Be Aware of as a Landlord


Are you a landlord? You have some key rights to be aware of, which can help you prevent yourself from being taken advantage of. Learn more about your rights in this...

The Most Common Complaint in Overtime Lawsuits is Hard to Stomach


There are actually minimal national labor laws in the United States, even though the opposite is often assumed. So what's the most common complaint in overtime lawsuits?...

7 Things to Avoid if You Don't Want to Be Held in Contempt of Court


Being held in contempt of court has consequences ranging from fines to jail time. If you want to avoid it, here's what not to do.

What Are My Legal Rights After a Dog Bite?


Being bitten by a dog can be a miserable experience, but you can take action against a negligent owner. This article looks at the dog bite laws in different states and...

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Car accidents: When can I sue?


According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than two million drivers and passengers are injured each year in car accidents.So what...

What are the limitations of attorney-client privilege?


Individuals who have committed a serious crime or who need important legal advice generally will need to hire a lawyer. After they have hired a lawyer, they will also...

What legal recourse do I have if a casino withholds my winnings?


Although gambling is widespread throughout the United States, regulations to govern gambling exist at the local, state and federal levels. In fact, legislation exists at...

What is a subpoena?


The word "subpoena" is Latin and means "under penalty." It refers to an official document that requires the recipient of that document to appear in...

What happens if the police don't read me my rights?


Any time that a police officer makes a formal arrest after an investigation, the officer is required to read to the defendant their legal right to refuse providing...

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