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Technology in the Legal Sector

It is safe to say that we are firmly into 2018 now, and the first month of this year has been filled with brand new technology that is set to change the way we live our day to day lives. Not only has it changed the way that we live our lives but it has changed many different sectors of business. As technology progresses at this pace, we should probably look at what this means for the legal sector. Firms all over the world are... ❯❯❯

Evolution of Military Law in the United States

While in service I visited the United States as a guest of the US Air Force. As I was sometimes a presiding officer of Court Martial in India (being legally qualified), I was interested how the US military law functions. One significant difference is that in the US, there is at the moment one Unified Military Code which is applicable to all the 4 service arms namely the army, airforce, navy and coast guard, while in India we have a... ❯❯❯

How Home Insurance Lawyers Can Help Resolve Your Case

Terri-Lynn Robinson's entire life was turned upside down when a dispute with her ex-husband went disastrously wrong. As he packed to move out, he decided to take revenge. He retrieved a BBQ lighter and lit the entire length of their bed skirt on fire. With her in the room. Within minutes, her bedroom went up in flames. While Terri was able to escape, her home and life were in shambles. Her house, an object of arson, was uninhabitable.... ❯❯❯

Why The Probate Process Takes A Long Time To Decide Inheritance Distribution

Without proper planning, a person's estates will be distributed through a probate process after the person's death. This judicial-administrative process is lengthy and it may take years until a final resolution is reached. Hiring specialized lawyers and consultants is recommended and will greatly speed up the process, since experts know what documents are needed and the exact steps of the probate. But first, let's analyze the... ❯❯❯

HOA Attorney Job Description

This type of attorney is the one that represents and advises the homeowner's association board members on many different matters regarding property rights and contracts. A HOA attorney is generally in charge of drafting the community rules so that they comply with the governing law. They will also provide broad advice to the members of the association about organizational structure and leadership responsibilities and helping to... ❯❯❯

Five Things to Consider When Choosing the Right Attorney

Finding a legal professional to take care of your private and sometimes emotional matters can be a daunting task. It seems that at the time we most need an attorney we are least likely to be in the frame of mind to look for one. So, how should you sort through the mix of recommendations and names set before you when the situation presents itself and you must decide upon legal representation for one reason or another? Research.... ❯❯❯

A Brief Summary of Contract Law: Key Terms, Common Defenses and General Recommendations

Many individuals and companies enter into contracts without fully understanding the terms. Often, neither party has clarity on what the contract requires in terms of performance standards, remedies for breach and whether unwritten terms can supplement the written contract. This post is intended to provide a quick guide to some key terms and issues that are relevant in the area of contract law. What is a contract and how is it... ❯❯❯

The Advantages Of Working With Bail Bonds Agent

Being accused for a crime can surely be stressful. Apart from spending time defending yourself, there comes a time that you also need to be sent to jail to repay for your crimes. But, this can be avoided by paying a bail bond. A bail bond is a method used by the defendant to gain freedom while waiting for a trial upon criminal charges. Luckily, the bail is be given back to the defendant due to several reasons. For one, bails can be... ❯❯❯

Conservatorships and Why You Should Avoid Them

Many of us have known a family member or a friend who wasn't able to care of themselves. This could be due to a disability, failing health, or mental or physical trauma. Or we have learned about a friend or family member who suddenly suffers a stroke and is unable to speak or communicate with others. When these unexpected events happen, it becomes necessary for someone to step in and take care of things. This usually means scheduling... ❯❯❯

Why Is There No Law for Religious Malpractice?

If a doctor gives a person the wrong prescription or removes the wrong organ, or so forth, he would be up for malpractice and would lose his license. The same does not apply, however, to the priest who upholds the lies and myths of religious tenets and advises incorrectly. The fact that he claims to forgive sins and sends people on their way to do the same again should come under the heading of religious malpractice. Governments... ❯❯❯