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A New Yorker’s Guide to Becoming a Paralegal

By definition, a paralegal is someone not fully qualified as a lawyer but trained adequately in subsidiary legal matters. Paralegals help with administrative and legal duties in a law firm, including researching, drafting, filing and organizing various legal documents and

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Should You File for a Divorce?

Marriage often starts with a couple passionately in love with one another. But as time passes by, they slowly discover their differences. These differences, no matter how little they may seem, can sometimes lead to conflict, which places an even

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Lawsuits to Watch Out For

Lawsuits are not only limited to big companies like what some people and business owners think. Small businesses have to worry about lawsuits, too, and if you are a business owner, whether of a small company or a huge one,

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How a Defense Attorney Can Protect Your Rights

Lawyers use several tactics to help a client win the case—whatever it is the individual is involved in. So, if you’re in Kent working with a personal injury attorney or a criminal defense lawyer, here are some things you can

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How Much Do You Know About Your County’s Bail Bonds?

Unfortunately, crimes are something we cannot 100% eradicate, but the good thing is there is the police force and the state courts to regulate them. With a fifth of the national population to have been served a sentence in their

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