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DISHONORED CHEQUE—COLLECTING BANKER CHARGES RATIONALE

By | January 25, 2016

Collection Charges: 01) It is quite often argued when the Payee or Holder in due course or Holder for value or Holder hereinafter referred to as Payee for brevity presents a cheque for collection dishonoured, the Collecting Banker slaps Collection Charges on each and every presentation, an additional levy, at his no fault, on the crippled victim in… Read More »

1031 Tax Deferred Exchange Resources

By | January 25, 2016

There are several types of 1031 tax deferred exchanges, but in general a 1031 exchange is a legal method of selling property that allows a taxpayer to defer federal capital gains taxes (and often state taxes) when transferring a Relinquished Property in exchange for a Replacement Property. Relinquished Property is the property that is given up or conveyed… Read More »

What To Do (and What To Avoid) After A DUI Arrest

By | January 13, 2016

Nobody plans to be arrested for drunk driving, which means a lot of people have no idea what steps they should take in the wake of a DUI arrest. Between talking to the police, finding legal counsel, planning for the weeks ahead and helping prepare for trial, figuring out the best steps to take after an arrest can… Read More »

3 Myths About Fighting a Traffic Ticket

By | January 13, 2016

If you’re like most adults, odds are you’ve seen the red and blue cherries in your rearview mirror at some point in your life. Because the majority of drivers have been pulled over at one point or another, most people are willing to open up about their experiences and share some advice about how best to get out… Read More »

How to Negotiate Your Personal Injury Claim

By | January 13, 2016

It is one thing to take responsibility for your own actions going wrong, but enduring anguish because of someone else’s recklessness is another ball game altogether. If you have been injured as a result of another person’s negligence, you have the legal right to receive compensation for your pain and losses. As a victim, you may want to… Read More »

Even a Hired Gardener Can Obtain a U.S. Green Card

By | January 13, 2016

A U.S. employer offering sponsorship to an immigrant worker stands a slim chance of successfully completing each required step. However, if the gardener has accumulated unlawful presence or overstayed his time by so many days, it can raise a major red flag and may guarantee an instant denial and an executive order of deportation.

New California Traffic Laws for 2016

By | January 12, 2016

During the 2015 legislative session, Governor Jerry Brown signed several new traffic-related laws, covering everything from hit-and-runs to earbuds, which went into effect as soon as the ball dropped for 2016. Since these laws affect virtually everyone on the road – from motorists to skateboarders – it is important that you familiarize yourself with them. Here are the… Read More »

Will the Expansion of Gambling Increase Crime in Miami?

By | January 5, 2016

Many consider gambling as harmless fun. A number of people enjoy “gambling” in the country, and Miami is certainly no different. It can be a way for people to merely enjoy themselves, spend some money, and hope to win some, too! On the other hand, from financially crippling addictions to a wide variety of crimes, gambling certainly isn’t… Read More »

Benefits of a 1031 Exchange

By | December 29, 2015

There are many potential benefits of doing a 1031 exchange of your property. In this article, we will explain some of these benefits, and how you can take advantage of them.

What You Need to Know About Car Accident Injury Cases

By | December 29, 2015

Automobile safety mechanisms are getting more advanced by the day. However ,the same cannot be said about driving skills. Most accidents occur due to lack of control or rash driving. Car collisions can have minor or deadly consequences. In either case the victim stands to receive due compensation from the perpetrator. The at-fault driver stands to pay for… Read More »