Separation of Powers

3 Dec
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The Constitution of the United States strictly segregates the power of the federal government and sets its branches in perfect equipoise—i.e., the Legislature, the Executive, and the Judiciary are entirely distinct, completely independent, and unfailingly co-equal.

Divorce Forms

10 Jan

Definition: (noun) Divorce, also known as dissolution of marriage, refers to the legal process of ending a marriage. Annulment refers to invalidating a marriage through a court procedure that requires showing that the marriage was never valid. Separation means no … Read More »

I’ve Been Sued in California!

30 Apr

Often, when a person is considering filing Bankruptcy, it is because a creditor has (or is about to) sue. While many creditors, such as banks that are owed credit card debt, will wait until a substantial bill has developed, some … Read More »

Speak Up for Net Neutrality

25 Dec

Legal.com supports Net Neutrality. If you agree in equal access to the Internet – in equal opportunity to participate online by large and small players alike, then write your Congressman to protest the FCC’s about face which hands control of … Read More »