The Process of Collaborative Law in Divorce Processes
In dispute resolutions pertaining to divorce issues, mediation and collaborative law are above all the most reliable means in ending a marriage. Mediation is one of the growing ways of resolving divorce issues. It tends to be less adversarial, more private, less expensive, and faster than traditiona(Added: Thu Jun 12 2008)
Car Collision From Law
When a car accident occurs, legal consequences in proportion to the severity of the crash are usually carried. Almost all jurisdictions dictate procedures on what to do when a car accident occurs. When a car collision or accident has occurred, it is necessary that parties involved in a collision mus(Added: Thu Jun 12 2008)
Illegitimate By Blood
In paternity law, legitimacy refers to the status of children who are born to parents that are legally married, or who are born shortly after a marriage ends through divorce. The opposite of legitimacy is the status of being illegitimate, which is born to a woman and a man who are not married to one(Added: Thu Jun 12 2008)
Drink Driving: Is There A Legal Defence?
Prosecutions under s.5(1)(a) and (b) of the Road Traffic Act 1988 are complicated and it would be impossible to detail all the possible angles and defences that may require to be investigated. This article will attempt to highlight some of the more common issues that should be addressed if you are f(Added: Wed Jun 11 2008)
A Guide To Executors and Trustees Duties In Probate
The assets of the deceased vest in the executors on the terms of the will as soon as the death occurs. From this point onwards, the executors are responsible for the estate of the deceased.
The Executors are responsible for finding the assets and identifying the debts. This may involve a thorough(Added: Wed Jun 11 2008)
Peace of Mind for Law Firms - New CRM Module to Help Combat Money Laundering
New CRM module to help firms combat Money Laundering
Winchester, June – With a significant number of changes to the Money Laundering Regulations coming into effect at the end of 2007, firms are now even more at risk if they have not implemented appropriate controls to prevent Money Laundering.
(Added: Wed Jun 11 2008)
The Legal Deed Service – Immigrants Adopting The Traditional British Name
Thousands of newly arrived migrants in the UK are adopting common British names to avoid ‘discrimination’ and mispronunciation. Immigrants bearing difficult to say or spell names are opting for the more traditional Smith or Jones surname while Arabic names such as Karim and Muhammad are being change(Added: Mon Jun 09 2008)
EU discrimination Case against Spanish Tax rules for non residents
EC Commission v Kingdom of Spain.- Non Resident Tax case
Konsilia has been instructed to act against the Spanish Tax Agency by some of their non resident clients claiming capital gain taxes unlawfully paid. The claim involves pany roperty sales following the publication of the Non Resident Incom(Added: Sat Jun 07 2008)
Divorce Away from Home
Because of the grueling processes and procedures in having a divorce, couples that wanted to end their divorce easily and quickly tends to seeks divorce from other jurisdictions, especially including many states of the United States, that have easier and quicker processes.
There are four reasons a(Added: Sat Jun 07 2008)
Legal Remedies for Injuries
A personal injury occurs when a person has suffered some form of injury, either physical or psychological, as the result of an accident or medical malpractice. The most common type of personal injury claims are road traffic accidents, accidents at work, tripping accidents, assault claims, accidents (Added: Sat Jun 07 2008)
Countries offering Divorce Mill
Divorce mill is the term used when a couple seeks divorce from other jurisdiction to obtain a much quicker and easy process of divorce, or allow for contested divorces quickly and with little or no compensation to the other spouse. There are 5 major jurisdictions people look towards for a divorce in(Added: Sat Jun 07 2008)
Wright Hassall shocked by bad example set by The Apprentice
Television show The Apprentice has set a bad example by allowing a contestant who lied on his CV to reach its final, according to an employment expert.
In Sir Alan Sugar’s BBC One show, contestant Lee McQueen claimed that he had attended university for two years.
But it was discovered in the s(Added: Thu Jun 05 2008)
An Easy Escape from Marriage
Divorces granted by other countries are generally recognized by the United States as long as no person's rights were infringed upon. The most notable in this situation is the notion of "due process", which is required by the Constitution of the United States and thus is not flexible.
This means tha(Added: Thu Jun 05 2008)
Unbinding The Law
Breach of contract is a legal concept in which a binding agreement or bargained-for exchange is not honored by one or more of the parties to the contract by non-performance or interference with the other party's performance. Typically, the remedy for breach of contract is an award of money damages. (Added: Thu Jun 05 2008)
Child Abduction in Divorce Issues
Within the law of the family, child abduction issues is among of it covers. Child abduction is the abduction or kidnapping of a child by an older person. By far the most common kind of child abduction is parental child abduction and often occurs when the parents separate or begin divorce proceedings(Added: Thu Jun 05 2008)
US and Canada Immigration Law
To find a qualified legal representative for U.S. and Canada immigration case is often a challenging task as immigration law is not easy to understand and changes quite often. Thus, for an accurate immigration case assessment, it’s utterly important that you take up a good lawyer into a service who (Added: Wed Jun 04 2008)
Corporation Laws and Regulations
Commercial law is the body of law which governs business and commerce. It is often considered to be a branch of civil law and deals both with issues of private law and public law. Commercial law regulates corporate contracts, hiring practices, and the manufacture and sales of consumer goods.
The ex(Added: Tue Jun 03 2008)
The Appeals Processes in the US
The rules that govern the procedure of appeals in the courts of appeals within the United States are the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure. In a court of appeals, an appeal is almost always heard by a “panel” of three judges who are randomly selected from the available judges. Some cases, however(Added: Tue Jun 03 2008)
The Underlying Support for Spouse
When marriage has been annulled or divorced, effects of marriages such as spousal support or alimony, child custody, child support, and distribution of property must be upheld. An example may be an annulled marriage where the court awards alimony to the weaker, poorer or less well educated spouse to(Added: Tue Jun 03 2008)
Providing Support after a Disaster
In family law, child support is often arranged as part of a divorce, marital separation, dissolution, annulment, determination of parentage or dissolution of a civil union and may supplement alimony (spousal support) arrangements.
Child support is based on the policy that both parents are obligated(Added: Tue Jun 03 2008)
Speeding in Scotland: Some Basic Legal Principles
In Scots Law, there are two fundamental facts the Crown require to establish: that a crime has been committed and the identity of the alleged perpetrator. The standard of proof in a criminal trial in Scotland is “beyond reasonable doubt” and accordingly the Crown case requires to meet a high and exa(Added: Tue Jun 03 2008)
Schillings strengthens media litigation team with new appointment
Schillings, one of Britain’s top law firms which is dedicated to safeguarding the reputations of international corporations, brands, celebrities and high-profile business people, has just announced the appointment of barrister Korieh Duodu, to further strengthen its already formidable media litigati(Added: Tue Jun 03 2008)
Law Firm Marketing Report Teaches Attorneys How to Become Experts
Phoenix, AZ, June 1, 2008, Stephen Fairley, an award-winning legal marketing consultant and CEO of The Rainmaker Institute, teaches marketing methods for small law firms. At a new web site, Stephen Fairley warns lawyers to position their firms as experts and specialists in order to adapt to overarch(Added: Mon Jun 02 2008)
Law Firm Marketing Plan Must Include Speaking Says National Expert
“Giving free educational seminars is one of the top law firm marketing strategies attorneys can use.”
Phoenix, AZ, June 1, 2008, Stephen Fairley, legal marketing expert and CEO of The Rainmaker Institute, develops marketing strategies for small law firms. At his newest web site, Stephen Fairley(Added: Mon Jun 02 2008)
Alimony for Marriage
Alimony, maintenance or spousal support is an obligation established by law in many countries that is based on the premise that both spouses have an absolute obligation to support each other during the marriage or civil union unless they are legally separated. In some instances, the obligation to su(Added: Sat May 31 2008)
Paternal False Identity
In law, Paternity is the legal acknowledgment of the parental relationship between a man and a child usually based on several factors. There are several legal concerns that cover the law of paternity, these includes the paternity fraud.
Paternity fraud is the act of falsely naming a man to be the b(Added: Sat May 31 2008)
Under the Influence of Weakness
Factors contributing to car accidents include road conditions, weather, environment, and road user actions. In a report based on British and American crash data, found that driver error, intoxication and other human factors contribute wholly or partially to about 93% of crashes.
Driving under the i(Added: Fri May 30 2008)
An Easy Way to get a Divorce
Due to the complex divorce procedures required in many places, especially including many states of the United States, some people seek divorces from other jurisdictions that have easier and quicker processes.
Divorces granted by other countries are generally recognized by the United States as long (Added: Fri May 30 2008)