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Some of the common misconceptions about mediation for divorcing couples include an unfair advantage to one party, a prolonged time before settling, and even a belief that it’s only for cowards. If you live in New York, the process of divorce mediation in Long Island and other cities will typically involve five stages. Remember that
London has fallen into a dark pit of identity politics, and there seems to be little hope of it getting out. Thought crimes or crimes that offend another person’s feeling are dealt with harshly while real crimes that cause harm and even death are treated with kid gloves. Stabbings, Stabbings, Stabbings The UK recorded close
There is a lot of confusion surrounding a probate court process including the costs, time spent, and whether one can avoid it. Understanding the basics can help remove some of the confusion. A non-probate asset is one where there is a beneficiary or a joint tenancy with the right of survivorship. In a probate asset,
The justice system was created to help the victims by punishing those who did something wrong. However, it doesn’t always work that way. Unfortunately, there are also times when people get falsely accused. They might even serve time for a crime they did not commit, especially if the steps leading up to the trial weren’t
As an employee of any company, it is your right to know your benefits and advantages for working. In the best-case scenario, your employers are transparent about what you deserve and give these benefits without a fuss. However, there may come a time when they will forget or neglect their responsibilities. Here are your basic
Ten years ago, a study by researchers from Indiana University and Harvard Law School showed quantitative evidence regarding the litigious nature of some Americans. Though U.S. citizens do not file more lawsuits than their peers in other countries, a few mishandlings of the law has left the impression of courts being a lottery of sorts.