Immigration Reform-Will President Obama Act Alone To Stop Deportation?

Immigration reform is at an impasse, with Democrats and Republicans unable to agree on how it should proceed. Before the November 2014 elections, when Democrats controlled the Senate, they passed a bill which provided a path to citizenship for all undocumented residents who were eligible to apply. Requirements included: No felony convictions Proof of residence A fine and all back taxes up to date and paid Applicant must speak English or be willing to learn Before this application process could begin, the Senate bill mandated that the US-Mexico border be secured for 6 months. Read More 

Why A Real Estate Lawyer Is Beneficial When Buying Property

One of the biggest investments you will make in your lifetime is the purchase of a home or real estate. It is a process which you will need to think through before you commit, but also make sure that the property you are purchasing is worth its value, as well as is free of any legal issues tied to the property. In order to properly determine whether or not there are issues, you need to retain a real estate attorney, Here is an overview of some of the issues you may find attached to your property and how a real estate attorney can help you. Read More 

Understanding Your Rights After You Slip In A Puddle By A Door With No Mat

You've tromped through a wet and snowy parking lot and walked into a shop, but the minute you walked in the door, you slipped and fell. Unfortunately, the store didn't have mats by their front door, and as a result, a puddle formed and you slipped. Now, you're wondering what your options are and what the storekeeper's responsibilities are. Here are some points to consider: Liability If you get hurt due to a dangerous situation in or around a business, you need to prove that the business owner is liable for your accident. Read More 

Two Things The Popular Podcast Serial Can Teach You About Your Criminal Defense Case

Audiences throughout America have been spellbound by the riveting new podcast Serial, an ongoing weekly audio series that discusses the case of Adnan Syed, a convicted murderer from the state of Maryland. Although the case has long been closed and Adnan is currently serving life in prison, the producers of this popular podcast are daring to ask the question: what if Adnan is innocent, and what are the real facts behind this criminal case? Read More 

Disabled Veterans: 3 Important Steps To Take When Considering Bankruptcy

If you are a disabled veteran and are facing some financial troubles, you may be going through a lot of stress. If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, these steps can be taken. They will help you deal with your financial problems effectively. Look at Your Finances The very first thing you should do before filing for bankruptcy is to look at your finances. Look at all of your assets, and then examine your expenses. Read More