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How to Write Out Numbers in Legal Documents
by Florian Derudder in Legal
Numbers in legal documents shouldn't be open to interpretation. Cursive numbers and written words can often be confused with similar numbers and words (for example, 1 and 7). It's for this reason that traditional rules of writing were developed over the years for legal documents. Robert Cummins, J.D., an Instructor of Legal Studies at Southern College and author of the book, Legal Document Prepara

How to Conduct an Expungement Workshop
by DeadFred in Legal
Expungement is the process by which your criminal record, arrest and/or conviction, is wiped clean as if it never happened. Expungement workshops are held to assist people with the paperwork and processes necessary to get their records expunged. Workshops typically will have county employees, volunteer lawyers and law students or clerks helping the attendees and answering their questions.Difficult

What Are the Rules for a Witness on a Legal Document?
by Marc Dong in Legal
Some legal documents require a witness in order to take effect. Not all documents require a witness. If the document requires a witness signature, it will say so. It should also have spaces for the number of witnesses required. Generally, a witness can be anyone, as long as she is a neutral party and not involved in the matter the document deals with. What is a Witness?A witness is a person who

Is Filing for Bankruptcy Public Record?
by scott.sizemore in Legal
When faced with overwhelming financial hardship, bankruptcy may be a very logical and suitable solution. While it is obvious that your creditors will be notified of your filing, you should also be aware that bankruptcy filings are public information. Understanding Public RecordsThe Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) was created in 1966 and stemmed from the idea that citizens have a right to the

How to Negotiate a Bankruptcy Reorganization
by Jason Dockery in Legal
As the owner or operator of a business facing financial problems, you have the option to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code provides your business the ability to reorganize. Creditors favor a Chapter 11 reorganization over a Chapter 7 discharge. Through a Chapter 11 reorganization, creditors are able to recoup at least a percentage of the money owed t

How to Research Court Records
by Vytautas in Legal
Even if you're not the defendant or the plaintiff, most court case information in civil and criminal cases is available for public review under the provisions of state and federal Freedom of Information laws. The key is finding out which court is handling the case, whether its local, county, state or federal court, and following its progress through the system.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Th

How to Challenge Power of Attorney
by Meghan54 in Legal
A power of attorney designates an individual to oversee either the financial affairs or medical needs of the individual who creates the appointment in the first instance. The person creating the power attorney maintains the power to terminate the authority. A third party generally does not have the ability to effectively challenge a power of attorney. In some limited instances, a third party is ab

How to Research for a Patent
by erlang in Legal
Patent research is a tedious but important part of the patent process. Infringing on a patent can result in a lawsuit, so you need to make sure your idea isn't already taken. Here are the steps you can take to research for a patent.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Patent Research TipsWrite the details of your patent project including keywords that describe or define your creation.<
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Differences Between a License and a Patent
by Engr62 in Legal
The connection between a patent and a license is an often confused area of law that can lead to lawsuits. The rights you have to your invention are not absolute but are protected by the constitution. Patent DefinitionThe U.S. government issues patents to people who invent things that are new and useful. The patent gives the inventor "the right to exclude others from making, using, offering for

How to Report a Company That Hires Illegal Aliens
by peitschie in Legal
With the economy aching and people losing jobs left and right, the argument against illegal aliens coming to the United States to work is becoming more heated. People are more passionate about reporting companies that hire illegal aliens, but they don't know where to begin. There are so many departments and agencies that it can seem difficult. However, the following steps makes it much easier.Diff

How to Be a Professional Process Server
by John G in Legal
When an individual is issued a subpoena, legal summons, complaint, writ or other court document, the law states that the individual must receive the documents through a non-involved third party, who must obtain proof after each serving that the documents were served. These people are called process servers. The requirements to work as a process server differ from state to state, but each state has

How to Seal Records in a Texas Divorce
by vik in Legal
To seal records is to conceal court documents that would otherwise be a matter of public record. Sealing records is not the same as expungement, common in criminal matters, where the records are destroyed or permanently sealed to clear the convicted individual's records. Rather, sealed records are removed from the public eye, although they can still be obtained through a court order. You can seal

How to Find Out the Amount of Bond for an Inmate
by seph87 in Legal
A bond is the amount of money or security that's needed to get someone out of jail; it is set by the court. Bond can be posted by the defendant in a case, or it can be posted by you, if you're 18 years old or older. You also have the option of posting the bond through a bail bondsman. However the bond is posted, you must first determine the amount of the bond. There are three methods of determini

How to Revoke Probation
by antonio in Legal
A criminal offender sentenced to a term of probation must comply with certain terms and conditions. If a situation arises in which the offender violates one of another of these conditions of probation, he is subject to a revocation of probation. Specific steps are required in the revocation of probation. These include complying with certain constitutional rights that a criminal offender maintains
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How to Calculate Time With Each Parent in Child Custody
by findcontrol in Legal
Child custody issues present unique challenges during the course of a divorce or paternity case. At the heart of these matters is the calculation of how much time each parent is allocated with a child born of the marriage. Across the country, every state has developed a set of guidelines to assist in setting schedules relating to child custody and parenting time. Although there are some minor diff

What Is Considered Public Information?
by Enzo in Legal
The term public information refers to information collected and held by various levels of government that are available to public inspection by virtue of its nature, or at the request of individuals. The amount of information available to the public has increased greatly over the last generation. Executive BranchThe Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) covers all agencies of the executive branch,

How to Request a New Public Defender
by sReas in Legal
If you are having trouble with your criminal defense attorney, you should first try and resolve any differences. It may seem easier to simply replace your attorney, but bringing in a new attorney means bringing that person up to speed on a case your current attorney already knows. However, sometimes fundamental differences and breakdowns in communication become bad enough that replacing your attor

How to Set a Divorce Court Date
by camt in Legal
Divorce cases are emotionally and legally challenging. Indeed, divorce procedures seem complex and even frustrating to an individual who is unfamiliar with the judicial system. The ultimate objective of a marriage termination case is to reach the juncture at which a divorce court date is scheduled and a divorce granted. If you are in the midst of a divorce case, it is important that you understand
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