Category: Law

17Apr

Applying for a Paralegal Job

Becoming a paralegal is an attractive option for students who want to work in the law industry but do not have the means to study at an expensive law school. It is also a lucrative alternative for professionals...

Provoked then Revoked: Is It Possible to Revoke Bail?

  • April 3, 2017
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Posting bail is a lifesaver. It allows temporary freedom for defendants, giving the individual an opportunity to work with a lawyer on the case. But what if law enforcement arrests the person gets again, or the...

23Mar

3 Important Facts about Assisted Reproduction That You Should Really Know

Are you in an LGBT relationship and want to start or grow your family with the help of a surrogate? You can get frustrated when you think of surrogacy, egg or sperm donation, and other fertility-related matters...

21Mar

Divorce: Division of Feelings, the Kids …and Assets?

Breaking up is never easy – physically, emotionally, and financially. Going through a divorce is one of the epitomes of separation. After years of trying, the reality of the situation dawns on you: it’s nev...

02Mar

Need for Speed: Is the Snapchat Speed Filter Encouraging Reckless Driving?

Snapchat wants its users to snap as many photos as possible, but could it be enabling them to do so at inappropriate times? The app’s speed filter is causing a wave of concern for those behind the wheel. ...

23Feb

Celebrities Who Used Bail Bonds to Avoid Prison Time

The law treats everyone equally. Even celebrities can face prison time, just like anyone else who breaks the law. And just like every other citizen, they have the right to post bail depending on the charge. Che...

20Feb

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: How the Wildcard Bankruptcy Exemption Work

When you file for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you’ll be able to keep property that’s covered by your state’s bankruptcy exemptions. Otherwise, the bankruptcy estate’s trustee would sell any nonexempt proper...

02Feb

Here are 3 Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Facts You Need to Know

You’ve probably heard about Complex regional pain syndrome, or simply CRPS, at some point but what exactly is it and who are most at risk? Here are 3 fast facts about CRPS that you need to be aware of. Wh...

27Jan

The Paralegal-to-be’s Guide: Survive and Thrive

Studying to become a paralegal is a walk in the park – one probably filled with bombs, holes, and dinosaurs. Similar to other courses, becoming a paralegal is a dream that requires hard work and determination...

29Dec

Red and Other Colors: How Paint Drives Driver Behavior

Those with hot heads do not necessarily favor hot colors; red is apparently one of the safest colors on the road. Shiny Toys Data from a 2007 study by Monash University in Australia shows that in fact, red cars...

Remain in Compliance with the Utah Waste Management Laws

  • December 20, 2016
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Whether in the residential or industrial sector, both produce a huge amount of byproducts. There are two types of waste: hazardous and non-hazardous. It is important for everyone, especially those in the indust...

01Dec

Mother and Unborn Child Wrongful Death: What You Should Know About “Viability” and “Quickening”

The wrongful death of a mother and her unborn child is typically a result of another individual or individuals’ malpractice, negligence, criminal activity, or unsafe products. In cases like this, the unborn c...