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The notion of showing up to arbitration to resolve a grievance can be nerve-wracking. Throughout the hearing, you will have to answer questions and the lawyers will submit pieces of evidence. They will also dispute all sides of your union arbitration case. Littleton Alternative Dispute Resolution, Inc. shares some basic facts regarding the process. Place of Hearing Arbitration...

The probate process basically determines the validity of a will, takes stock of all assets, and transfers these to beneficiaries once all debts and taxes are paid off. The entire process could be very time-consuming, costly, and often, unnecessary. In Washington, you could avoid the probate process with the following options: Joint Ownership If you own joint property with...

Among the most ambiguous terms utilized in immigration law is the “crime of moral turpitude.” For instance, a court in Utah could consider a specific conviction or charge as a crime or moral turpitude. But, a court in New York could consider a similar or even the same conviction not a crime of moral turpitude. Because of this, consular officials can make wrongful determinations,...

Whether it’s a civil or criminal case, meeting with your lawyer or even a team of lawyers can be daunting. And for some people, it can even be scary. Even if you know that you’re innocent, meeting with a legal team can be intimidating. But knowing what to prepare and how to prepare for it can help you make the most of your initial consultation. Consider these tips...

The legal system affects every aspect of the society, from buying a home and defending those with criminal charges to writing a will, processing a divorce, and making international investments. Lawyers form the backbone of this system and they provide the link between the society and the law in many ways. You’ll find different types of lawyers these days. But do...