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  • Under the Trump Administration’s new “comprehensive strategy” meant to strengthen the immigration system and work against fraud, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will soon begin in-person interviews with specific immigrants in the U.S. that are currently seeking status as permanent citizens. Starting October 1, the USCIS will begin the first round of interviews, starting with immigrants living in the U.S. on a work visa that are applying for permanent residency and those with relatives who petitioned to permanently join a refugee family member that already lives in the country. Previously, the immigrants in these categories did not require an …Read More ➡

  • When it seems separating is imminent, it’s easy to resign to life without marriage and assume nothing more can be done. However, this can be one of the worst decisions to make both for your marriage and legally speaking. Ending a marriage is a much bigger decision than ending a dating relationship as it has many legal ramifications that could be felt down the line for each of the parting spouses. This is particularly important if you have children, pets or major financial investments together. Rather than rushing into the idea that the marriage is over, there are considerations to …Read More ➡

  • Pleading insanity in court has become a trope in movies and television but the application of such a defense is much more complicated than advertised. For starters, insanity in a criminal case is treated as a legal term rather than a medical one. Understanding this distinction is important when considering your legal defense in a criminal case, as the nuance in definition can impact its success. Due to being utilized as a legal defense, the definition and application changes and, in many cases, makes people uncomfortable. In fact, that legal definition could change depending on the state. For instance, someone …Read More ➡

  • Creative and child support are not words often heard together but being more imaginative and inventive when it comes to child support and custody arrangements can lead to a better result for everyone involved. By looking at creative solutions rather than focusing on only the logistics, you can find a solution that will better serve the child and lead to co-parenting before the divorce is even finalized. These solutions are a great tool when the divorce is particularly contentious. For parents that want to set up the least stressful situation for their child but know the communication process will be …Read More ➡

  • While there are no specifically established rules in New Jersey regarding who keeps a pet after a divorce, the issue is becoming more common. In fact, some surveys suggest that nearly one-quarter of lawyers have seen a significant increase in divorce cases were custody over a pet has been an issue. With the rise in cases, judges are beginning to view pets in a more similar light to children as opposed to inanimate possessions. Until recently, pets were treated the same as property and were referred to as such in divorce proceedings in New Jersey. With complaints from the ASPCA …Read More ➡

  • When someone crashes into your vehicle and you are injured, it’s clear you won’t be liable for your medical costs. However, many are unsure of who foots the bill when they are the one at fault in an accident. The waters can get even murkier when fault is not clear. Of course, the answer to this can be simple if you choose the right insurance to begin with. Insurance companies offer coverage that will pay your medical bills, regardless of fault. Liability Insurance for Other Occupants Just about every state requires motorists to purchase liability to drive legally. This liability …Read More ➡

  • When trying to live in the United States when you have originated elsewhere, a green card is one of the most sought-after documents. The small green-colored card grants someone who originates from outside the U.S. the right to enter, exit, work and live in the country their entire lives. It acts as a document to legally prove U.S. permanent residency. The card also is the first stepping stone to actual citizenship. But what does it take to get a green card? It may be more difficult than you think. In order to qualify, you must fall under one of the …Read More ➡

  • Many are shocked to learn when their loan modification has been denied. In some cases, it may be assumed that something in your credit or income was the source of the issue, but it could be a simpler reason. In fact, there are many different reasons a loan modification can be denied due to small mistakes in the paperwork or process. Failure to Disclose Certain Information Not only is lying on a loan modification fraud, it doesn’t play in your favor. Loan companies have a lot of experience working with people undergoing financial hardship. By being honest, you can get …Read More ➡

  • Immigration is a hotter topic than ever before in the current political climate. Understanding what rights you have with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency is an important way to ensure you and your family are protected should any issues arise. Regardless of whether you are a citizen, everyone who lives in the U.S. has certain rights that cannot be violated. But what exactly are those rights and how do you exercise them? What if ICE Knocks on My Door? It’s scary, but you still have your rights. When they knock on your door, you must ask them …Read More ➡

  • Not all bankruptcy claims are the same. Depending on your unique needs, reorganizing your debt may be more appropriate for your case. If you decide to reorganize your debt, you will more than likely want to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Understanding how a Chapter 13 bankruptcy claim works is the first step in deciding whether it’s the best option for you. Defining a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy A Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a counterpart of Chapter 7, which is the most common personal bankruptcy used in Pennsylvania. Chapter 7 is often referred to as a liquidation since a trustee that …Read More ➡

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