Sexual Assault Accusations and Defenses

How Might Declaring Bankruptcy Affect Your Taxes?

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Whether you’re in the process of having your debts discharged through a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or are reorganizing your debts in a Chapter 13, your taxes will look a little different this year. But it’s important to file; if you don’t file a tax return for the year in which your bankruptcy estate was open, your case could be dismissed or converted, costing you money. Read on to learn more about how declaring bankruptcy can affect your federal income taxes.…

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2 Reasons To Hire A Construction Lawyer Before A New Project

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Are you getting ready to start a new construction project? You may need to have a building constructed from scratch for commercial or residential purposes. No matter your reason for having something built for you, it’s important to hire a construction lawyer to walk you through the entire process. There are certain issues that may arise, and it helps to have a legal professional there to turn to, when you need guidance and assistance.…

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Examples Of Situations In Which You Can Deny The Other Parent Their Visitation Rights

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Ordinarily, you don’t have the right to deny the other parent their visitation rights. However, there are exceptional cases in which you may block the other parent’s access to their child, at least temporarily. Here are four examples of such cases: If There Are Preexisting Engagements If the parent shows up without notice or prior arrangement, then you don’t have to cancel the child’s plans or your plans and let the other parent have them.…

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