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How to Use Legal Documents Without a Law License
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Legal documents encompass many types of paperwork, including contracts, divorce papers, settlement agreements, affidavits and petitions. Although non-lawyers who do not have a law license may not prepare documents that provide legal advice, you may still draft legal paperwork for personal use. If you are not familiar with the laws of your jurisdiction, make sure that you research your state's stat

How to Force Involuntary Bankruptcy
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Most bankruptcies are voluntary, but creditors may want to force a debtor into bankruptcy so the creditor's interests are not ignored by the debtor because some other creditor is pursuing collections more aggressively or to prevent the debtor from disbursing his assets without paying his creditors. Involuntary bankruptcies must be filed as Chapter 7, which triggers liquidation, or Chapter 11, whic

Facts About Government Grant Scams
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Scammers taking advantage of gullible consumers during an economic downtown spurred the Federal Trade Commission to form a task force to conduct a law enforcement sweep that commenced in July 2009. The FTC has taken action against several consumer fraudsters, including those who perpetrate government grant scams. About Government Grant ScamsGovernment grant scams hook people in through various

Auto Insurance Rights in an Accident
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You have been involved in a car accident. This is the first time. You are in shock. You reach for your cell phone, wanting to call someone for help, but don't know who to call. You don't know what to do. This article walks you through what to do in the event you are in an accident and what your rights are with the insurance companies. Get the informationGather information. If the collision was

How to Become Approved to Provide Credit Counseling for Bankruptcy Courts
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The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 made credit counseling mandatory for all consumer bankruptcy debtors. By law, this counseling must come from a nonprofit provider approved by the U.S. Trustee Program, an office of the Department of Justice. For-profit businesses can register as providers of personal financial management instruction. But, just because an organizat

How to Obtain a County Court Judgment
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County Court judgments are made by County Courts in England and Wales. The judgments are entered on the Register of County Court Judgments, which can be checked by anyone to assess the credit-worthiness of individuals and companies. Unpaid County Court judgments can be enforced in a number of ways, such as placing a lien on the judgment debtor's property, attaching earnings, or having the court ap

How to Get a Copy of an Accident Report
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A traffic accident (or incident) report is important to obtain, for legal and insurance purposes, if you have been involved in a traffic accident. The report details the circumstances of the accident, and also includes the names of the persons involved (drivers and passengers), the names of the vehicle owners, their insurance companies, whether either or both drivers were cited for moving violatio

How to Close a Chapter 7 Case
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A Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceeding is always conducted under the jurisdiction of a Court of Law. The processes for opening the bankruptcy case, moving through the evaluation and liquidation, and discharging the debt is carefully followed at every step under the guidance of a Court-appointed Trustee. At the conclusion of the proceeding, after the discharge of debt, the case is officially closed. The

How to Fight False Allegations in Child Custody
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If you are falsely accused of abuse, neglect or other wrongdoing within the context of a child custody case, you will need to use concrete evidence and logical arguments to show that the claims are false. Fighting false accusations may be costly, since you may need to call in expert witnesses to evaluate the child and testify to the findings during the custody hearing. Since it is difficult to app

How To Protect Against Computer Crime
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Preventing computer crime is much easier than detecting it once it has been committed. There are some basic steps that any manager or network administrator can take in order to prevent the commission of cyber crimes. None of these are foolproof, but they will help reduce the chances of an organization being the victim of cyber criminals.Difficulty:ChallengingInstructions Perform background chec

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