Automobile Accident Statistics Every Teen Driver Needs To Know

Posted on: 9 November 2015
As a teenager, there are few things more exciting on your path to adulthood than the day you finally get your driver's license. However, as a parent, this is one time that can be one of the scariest and worrisome. If you want to make sure your teen stays safe behind the wheel, it is all about giving them the knowledge they should have to stay safe on the roadway. Knowledge often comes with experience, but it also comes with understanding the seriousness of just how dangerous driving can be.
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Should You Delay Your Bankruptcy Filing?

Posted on: 22 October 2015
The timing of your bankruptcy filing is important. Even if you are overwhelmed with your financial debts, delaying your bankruptcy could work in your favor. If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, here are some situations in which waiting to file might be beneficial. Last Minute Credit Card Charges When you file for bankruptcy, your credit card charges will be scrutinized by the bankruptcy trustee. If you have any last minute charges, there is a possibility that your bankruptcy filing could be viewed as fraudulent.
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What Can You Do If Your Spouse Is Deported?

Posted on: 5 October 2015
If you recently married a foreigner who was previously deported from the United States, there is a possibility that he or she can be allowed re-entry based on your marriage. In order to gain re-entry, your spouse will need to apply for a visa or green card. Before doing so, here are some things you should know. Is Your Spouse Inadmissible? Whether or not your spouse can re-enter the United States is based on if he or she was classified as inadmissible.
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What Does It Take To Sue For False Imprisonment?

Posted on: 16 September 2015
An interesting article appeared on the Huffington Post about a medical office who had an undocumented woman arrested for presenting a fake driver's license. While the staff was within their rights to notify police about the issue, it appears they may have also broken a few laws in order to get the woman arrested, including unlawfully detaining her for two hours. False imprisonment is something that occurs more often than you would think because many people don't know the law regarding detaining others.
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