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How To Attain Permanent Residence Status

Now is not the time for anyone to be without legal permanent residence. Laws concerning immigration are bound to change. The extent of the change is unknown at the present; but paths to permanent legal residency in the United States are likely to narrow in the coming years....
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Getting Back On Your Feet After An Accident

No one can anticipate an accident. One of the things that make them so utterly devastating is that they occur suddenly, without warning, without notice of any kind. If you were already struggling to hold your life together, getting involved in a car accident was the last thing...
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Massachusetts Traffic Laws and Surchargeable Points

Massachusetts traffic laws aim to prevent traffic accidents and help determine who is liable in the event of a motor vehicle accident. Massachusetts Laws for Sharing the road Massachusetts traffic laws dictate that upon approaching an intersection, drivers have a responsibility to yield to oncoming traffic. If a...
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Adultery Criminal Laws and Their Effects

Adultery is also known as philandery or infidelity is basically a form of extramarital sex. Originally it referred to sex between a married woman and another person other than her spouse. Illegal in some countries, its difference from rape is that while rape involves use of force; adultery...
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Proof Law and Love Can Mix

What happens when a lawyer lets his humanity get in the way of his better judgment, and he ends up falling for the client he is representing in a domestic dispute? That is the question that debut author Brian Cohen writes about in his excellent novel, The life...
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Understanding Divorce Law and Family Law

Divorce and family law comes in when a married couple decides to go separate ways. Usually, when a couple is undergoing divorce, disputes surface. These disputes are related to the family. They can be custody issues, child support issues, child visitation issues, and so on. The purpose of...
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