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How to Get Relief from Federal and State Tax

All businesses pay taxes. Some will pay more, and some will pay less. Several factors back it. The size of your business, the structure, and the profit margins decide what you pay to the government. Before you know how to save your income, you need to check the various types of taxes. The Federal government

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The Co-parenting Mission: What’s Best for the Kids

Over the years, the number of couples with children who are separating has been increasing. Thus, the number of children with separated parents has also been increasing. And, this is the part of separation where it gets messy: the custody of the children and the agreed arrangement between parents. It could be stressful on the

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When should you seek solicitors for family issues?

When experiencing family dramas it can be all too obvious for the situation to extend into litigation and you require some kind of legal support. This is most obvious with a messy divorce or an inheritance, where the parties believe the wishes and Will of the deceased is not being actioned upon appropriately. But there

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The Rule of Law: Legalities We Should All Look Into

Whether you are a parent or don’t have any children, one of the best decisions any person can make is to consult with a creditable estate planning legal practitioner. There are several reasons for this. First, the right lawyer will ensure your estate will be distributed based on your wishes if and when you pass away.

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The effects of a criminal offence

A criminal conviction can have a devastating impact on a person’s life and the people around them. When committed as a minor under the age of 18, a criminal offence can affect job prospects, career choices and even chances of further education. A criminal record needs to be declared almost everywhere and can sever family

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Eviction Due Process: What You Need Know About the Procedure

Eviction is not a desirable result for either landlords or tenants. Surprisingly, eviction procedures happen much more frequently than you would assume. It isn’t always about not being able to pay rent or dues too. Other reasons go beyond that. Although some evictions are inevitable, landlords should follow several guidelines to lease responsibly and avoid

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How Business Laws Protect You: The Importance of Understanding the Rules

What is business law? It’s not a phrase that you hear every day. Business laws are rules and regulations set by the government to ensure business owners are operating within the law and keeping their business protected. The term “business” can be interpreted broadly, so business laws cover everything from standard business practices to employment

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Sticky Legal Issues: The Merits of a Prenuptial Agreement

Come to think of it, America was built on paper. When the Founding Fathers wanted to express the country’s resolve to separate from its colonial master, Great Britain, after a generous amount of blood has been shed, they penned the Declaration of Independence. On the 4th of July 1776, Benjamin Franklin, along with Thomas Jefferson and house representatives

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Unexpected Losses You Can Experience in Divorce

Couples tie the knot with no intention of breaking their marriage vows. But sometimes, the relationship turns sour. Simple misunderstandings turn into huge, irreversible fights. There are also times when addiction, domestic abuse, and debts come into play. Sometimes, when both parties no longer want to make the marriage work, the best course of action

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Travel Restrictions Across the States in the USA

The shelter in place orders at the start of the pandemic compelled people to stay home to avoid catching the virus. It also forced people to forego trips to different parts of the country due to some states’ restrictions on non-essential entry into their borders. When the restrictions were eased, people were able to travel.

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