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It is imperative to carefully choose the institution where you take your legal nurse consultant certificate programs. The Center For Legal Studies notes that this is the key to proper theoretical knowledge and a platform to develop the necessary legal skills. However, besides acquiring the required knowledge...

Although you need to calculate your deduction based on the Internal Revenue Service’s recommendation, car donations for charities serve as a good way...

Dealing with divorce settlements is already difficult on its own. The burden becomes doubly hard when you need to deal with a resentful ex-partner. Thing is, you will need to get through these difficulties in order to get your life together again. With that in mind, here are suggestions on how you can stay on top of things when you are in the middle of a divorce with an...

Disputes between employees and their employer are unfortunately common nowadays. Most employment-related disputes are best settled out of court rather...

A new tax scheme for alimony that will be effective in 2019 should prompt couples to finalize their divorce this year, or risk being entangled in a more...

Pursuing a career in private investigations might seem like a drag, but that is not the case. This type of job entails peeling back the mask to reveal...

Game theory is the science of conflict and cooperation in a situation. Such theory addresses two situations. The zero-sum game, on the one hand, refers to one party winning and the other party losing. On the other hand, the non-zero sum game refers to one party winning but the other party not necessarily losing. Mediation supports the theory of non-zero sum game. For this...

Distress is a right in common law that allows landlords to recover arrears in rent by seizing their tenant’s property. This was the legal way of landlords...

Manufacturers make vehicles with safety devices. These include airbags and seatbelts. These protect you and your family in the case you get involved in...

In the U.S. alone, more than 40,000 state and federal statutes revolving around people with criminal records exist. The sad and unfortunate truth is none...