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What You Need to Know about Separation?

What You Need to Know about Separation?

In family law, the terms “separation” and “legal separation” have different meanings. An informal separation means that you and your spouse have decided to live apart without any intervention by the court. A legal separation occurs after a court proceeding in which the judge issues an order granting the separation. This formal separation legally changes […]

States Vary in Their Requirements for Accident Suits

States Vary in Their Requirements for Accident Suits

Auto accidents often result in personal injuries and lead to lawsuits for loss, pain, and suffering. Each state has its own laws that apply in the wake of an auto accident. Generally, to sue an automobile driver for bodily injuries you must prove negligence. In some states, medical bills and lost wages are paid regardless […]

What Happens if You Walk Away?

What Happens if You Walk Away?

If you are “underwater” on your mortgage – that is, you owe more on your home than it is currently worth on the market – you may be tempted to just walk away. Although your lender can’t force you to stay in your home, there will be financial consequences if you walk out on your […]

Kids as Young as 12 Can Be Tried as Adults for Murder

Kids as Young as 12 Can Be Tried as Adults for Murder

A 12-year-old girl has been charged with murder after she and two older friends allegedly carjacked a man in Durham, N.C., shot him, and left him for dead in the street. Three Murder Charges The 12-year old, along with a girl aged 14 and a boy aged 16, asked 35-year-old Johnny Danilo Villatoro for a […]

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