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Latest - 12 August, 2020
Restraining order
  • Criminal Defense, Felonies, & Misdemeanors
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  • Monique Bolsajian
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  • 12 August, 2020
How a Lawyer who Specializes in Restraining Orders can Help You

Every year, between two to three million restraining orders are issued annually throughout the United States.  Restraining orders are crucial ...

  • Victoria Pappas
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  • 11 August, 2020

So you're getting a divorce, huh? Don't feel too bad. It happens to the best of us. According to the American Psychological Associatio...

  • Adrianna Ngo
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  • 10 August, 2020

Intellectual property laws are rights and protections that protect owners of ideas or inventions. These rights are based on the legal ideas of...

  • Drew Koven
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  • 10 August, 2020

There are over 30 million entrepreneurs with startups, early stage and small businesses in the United States. They may not realize it, but  ...

  • Stephanie Cortes
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  • 07 August, 2020

The legal term “child custody” is used to describe the rights and responsibilities of each parent or guardian when it comes to taking...

  • Chris Wojcik
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  • 07 August, 2020

A Restraining Order (also sometimes referred to as a protection order) is a court order intended to protect a person in a situation involving dom...

  • Monzerrath Ortiz
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  • 06 August, 2020

It's one thing not to like your job. That's been happening to everyone for years.  But suddenly, we're scared to go to work b...

  • Monique Bolsajian
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  • 05 August, 2020

Many courts are resuming trials virtually. Other courts are considering starting in-person trials with additional safety precautions in place.&nb...

  • Zoey Ellis
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  • 04 August, 2020

According to the CDC, there were 782,038 divorces in the United States in 2018.  Some experts think divorce rates will rise this yea...

  • Stephanie Cortes
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  • 31 July, 2020

According to the Brennan Center For Justice, more than 70 million Americans have a criminal record. Not all of them are felonies, of cour...

  • Stephanie Cortes
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  • 30 July, 2020

In the United States, adoption is a process that requires court approval to establish a legal guardian relationship for a child (or an adult tech...

  • Stephanie Cortes
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  • 30 July, 2020

A restraining order is intended to protect an individual from further being harmed by an abuser. The court recognizes the person seeking a restra...

  • Patty Lamberti
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  • 29 July, 2020

- additional reporting by Monzerrath Ortiz Eviction moratoriums mean landlords can't evict tenants who aren't paying rent due to...

  • Carlee Sutera
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  • 28 July, 2020

In the midst of a global pandemic, record high unemployment rates, and the official end of the federal moratorium on evictions, renters need to b...

  • Cassidy Chansirik
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  • 28 July, 2020

Some workplaces, fearful of future lawsuits, are asking their employees to sign COVID-19 liability waivers upon returning to work in-person. ...

  • Sona Sulakian
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  • 27 July, 2020

Companies are filing for bankruptcy around the country. The largest Chapter 11 bankruptcies due to the COVID-19 pandemic so far include Hertz,...

  • Eduardo Ibarra
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  • 27 July, 2020

Have you ever failed to pay a speeding ticket or missed too many days of school? These may seem like no big deals, but they can actually lead ...

  • Monique Bolsajian
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  • 27 July, 2020

Everyone in a divorce situation says they want what is best for their children. But they don't always do what's best for the children, es...

  • Patty Lamberti
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  • 24 July, 2020

Tomorrow is July 25th, a date we've been dreading for a long time because the federal moratorium on evictions will end. This eviction ban ...