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Daily Law Bulletin

Types of Bailiffs and Their Different Powers

November 21, 2017

There are various options to help creditors recover debts. One of these options is to use a bailiff. These professionals have the right resources at their disposal to communicate and negotiate with debtors on your […]

Daily Law Bulletin

Tips for Winning a Child Custody Case

November 3, 2017

There’s nothing more emotionally draining than trying to win custody of your child after a divorce. This shouldn’t discourage you, however. With these tips, your chances of winning the battle should be marginally improved. Find […]

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Divorce in Colorado: Is Adultery Enough?

October 14, 2017

Colorado follows the no-fault divorce rule, meaning that an affair or adultery won’t significantly impact divorce proceedings. The court won’t care why your marriage broke down. It will only matter if your marital relationship is […]

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Selecting an Online Conveyancing Solicitor

October 11, 2017

Selling or purchasing a house is both demanding and exhilarating. After a purchase price is set, the legal team handles the transaction. Your conveyancing solicitor will transfer the title, outline the contracts, as well as, […]

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Why Men File for Divorce: 3 Reasons to Take Notice

October 9, 2017

Women, according to studies, file for divorce more than men. The American Sociological Association (ASA) reveals that about two-thirds (or 69%) of all marriage dissolution are initiated by women. Men, on the other hand, are […]

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Involuntary Manslaughter: How is it Committed?

September 27, 2017

In August this year, a criminal court convicted Michelle Carter, 20, of involuntary manslaughter in a case that both legal minds and parents intently followed. Soon after Michelle’s boyfriend Conrad Roy III took his own […]

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Penalties for Underage DWI in New Mexico

September 22, 2017

In New Mexico, a minor (underage individual) could only possess alcohol legally in two instances — if they’re consuming wine for a religious ceremony or if they’re a non-alcohol selling, private property with the parent […]