Losing a family member is a traumatizing experience, particularly if the death occurs as the result of someone’s negligence or a willful act of violence. In addition to the enormous emotional burden the remaining family members must carry, there can be devastating financial repercussions as well, particularly if the decedent was the primary bread winner.
The latest data released by the Office for National Statistics has revealed that divorce rates are at their lowest level for 40 years. The end of World War II in 1945 and the liberation of divorce law through the Divorce Reform Act of 1971 saw divorce rates sharply rise, and there has been a steady increase in divorces… Read More »
If you have injured yourself in a truck accident, regardless of whether you are the driver of the truck, driver of another vehicle, a pedestrian or a bicyclist, there are high chances of your being entitled to get a compensation. You can bring a legal claim against the other involved parties even if you are partly involved.
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 »
Drunk driving is a serious offense that carries some harsh penalties for anyone convicted of the crime. Because of all the potential ramifications of a DUI, it’s always important to consider hiring legal representation to help fight your case. You might be thinking, “Of course a lawyer is going to advise hiring an attorney,” but most people don’t… Read More »
Sec 138 Indian Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 Procedure to Serve Notice: 01) It is really a catastrophic nightmare to the Holder of the Dishonoured Cheque more so when the Drawer absconded, whereabouts unknown, left no assets. With the fond hope of recovery, the hapless puzzled victim, the Payee runs wary of various places at least to complete the… Read More »
This January marks the first anniversary of Scotland’s historic first same-sex marriages. The Marriage and Civil Partnership (Scotland) Act 2014 that made these weddings possible showed that family law is beginning to catch up with societal attitudes. However, there is still a lot of work to do.
I need to calculate child support. Let’s see. First, we find the percentage based on number of children. I multiply my gross income by this percentage. Is gross before taxes or after? Then, we minus this number from the mother’s gross income. Yeah, like she really shares the real number. Then we find the common denominator, carry the… Read More »
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 »
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 »