The process of filing for permanent residence or Green Card is a long and detailed one. For anyone who is interested in coming to the US and living here...

Every company has a secret behind its success. It may be a recipe or a customer list; businesses protect the data they have worked so hard for, even to valued employees. Unfortunately, some employees cannot help but expose and steal such confidential data. As an employer, what should you do? How can you prevent this from happening again? Here are the steps to take. Set...

One of the most vital and biggest tasks of a paralegal is making certain that all your work is recorded. Expect to keep track of all kinds of records as well as other communication leaving and coming into the office. These are some ways to help ensure that you complete your record-keeping tasks always, whether your’e a working paralegal or still taking a paralegal...

Lawyers are extremely important to the society. Businesses and individuals employ them as they clarify and help give justice to accusations and claims....

Based on studies, between 40% and 50% of married couples in the U.S. end up getting a divorce. The sad reality is that divorce has become quite a routine...

Driving under the influence of alcohol or other substances is a severe traffic offense the can turn your life upside down, making it an absolute necessity...

After receiving a divorce order, you can still modify the decree to cope with new life changes. You can do so by filing a petition to amend the order and...

They say no work is easy; if it was easy, it wouldn’t be called work. Does this mean you simply have to swallow all the hardships without another...

If you are not an attorney but you represent a client during legal proceedings in court and charge that client for your services, this is UPL or “unauthorized practice of law.” If you do not have a license to practice law, it is illegal for you to provide legal services to clients. Note that this does not strictly apply to paralegals, but to other professions such...

Internet users won’t have to worry about not being able to do anything about Internet harassment and other untoward sexual advances online for long. A new bill by three US representatives, called the Online Safety Modernization Act, will soon outlaw improper online behavior, including sextortion, doxing, and swatting. Deigning them as new crimes, the new bill will...