Does Marital Privilege Continue After Divorce?
Generally, any interaction between spouses before a divorce can be covered by marital privilege during the marriage, however, this privilege usually ends when the marriage is completely over
How to Protect Yourself as a Freelancer
In many ways freelancers need to take more steps to legally protect themselves than LLCs and corporations. By not having limited liability provided by formally filing formation documents with the state, freelancers have limited protection and limited remedies if there are work disputes.
Four Things Immigrants Need to Know When Facing Criminal Charges
Being arrested and charged with a criminal offense is always stressful, scary, and confusing.
Healthcare Related Mediation or Arbitration
Are you concerned about mediation or arbitration related to a healthcare business or a medical practice? Are you involved in a healthcare-related lawsuit or business dispute?
Protecting Your Website from Liability
Websites are subject to liability the same as businesses and companies through various acts, terms, users, and injuries. There are many website creators that are sued based on the content and lack of content within the pages.
Is There a Difference Between a Visa and a Green Card
A visa and a green card are indeed different from each other. Each has its own purpose and eligibility requirements.
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in the Workplace
Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas that is also known as the silent killer because it is the leading cause of poison-related illnesses and fatalities around the world. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 400 people die, and another 4,000 are hospitalized, because of unintentional carbon monoxide poisoning in the United States. Unfortunately, certain workers are at an increased risk of carbon monoxide exposure.
Youtube Videos – Are They Allowed as Evidence in a Criminal Trial?
Video files found online through social media, chat programs, email, and other websites could have partial or complete use in a courtroom setting as evidence for a criminal trial. Any video evidence offered must be deemed admissible by the judge.
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