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The Most Eagerly Anticipated Supreme Court Cases

Every October, the Supreme Court of the United States convenes for a new judicial term. This fall, many important cases will come before the court, many which will be nationally notable and controversial. In the 2012-2013 session, decisions overturning the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and a key portion of the Voting Rights Act of 1964 (Shelby County v. Holder) were a few of the headlines in one of th ...

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Tips For Avoiding Common Insurance Problems

Buying insurance nowadays is something that is as common as setting up a bank account. That said many people fall for the hype created by insurance companies, they end up thinking that an insurance policy can make them millionaires. The truth is that policies like income protection insurance are there to mainly help you maintain your status quo when you’re not able to work. You can end up with bad IP cover ...

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How To Get Debt-Free As A Student In One Year

With increasing fees and seemingly endless extra costs, student life can be a financial nightmare.  No matter how carefully they manage money, thousands of students find themselves in significant debt every year.  With a positive attitude and this helpful guide, you will soon be debt-free and once again able to fully enjoy university life.     Image by: Karen Bryan Make Sure You Receive Everything You Are E ...

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What Does An Intellectual Property Lawyer Do?

An intellectual property attorney in New York will help their clients take care of their intellectual property. This may sound simple but it’s actually pretty involved and quite complicated because of what intellectual property truly is. What does An Intellectual Property Lawyer do? Intellectual property includes inventions and other trade secrets and creative works of a non-functional nature (writings, scu ...

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With Its “good Hands” And “try Harder” Attitude, Allstate Car Insurance Might Be A Great Option For You And Your Family.

If you’re old enough, you may remember the Avis rent-a-car commercials that bragged how “We’re number two, we have to try harder!” The same could be said about Allstate car insurance. While big, they still consistently rank #2 for US car insurance market share and perhaps because of that, the good hands people are always looking for new ways to earn your business. How they rank While there are differences ( ...

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Finding The Safest Small Car: A Buyer’s Guide

With petrol prices high and parking spaces limited, small cars offer an excellent option for town and city drivers. But how should buyers go about picking the safest ones on the market? If you live in a built-up urban area, then unless you have a large family the chances are you won’t want a car that’s too big. As well as saving money on petrol (and saving carbon emissions while you’re at it) there’s the sp ...

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3 Little-Known Factors That Can Affect Child Support Orders

Are there any surprises hidden in your local child support laws? Take some time to contact a family law attorney with extensive local experience – attorneys familiar with a particular court system, and especially individual judges and opposing attorneys, have a far better chance of anticipating any curveballs that might come your way. This quick guide will introduce you to three of the most common yet least ...

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Get Your Credit Score Out Of The Gutter

According to the latest on Credit.com, while the average US credit score is a healthy 693, over 61 million Americans struggle with subprime credit scores, also known as bad credit. Are you one of them? Chances are very good that either you or someone you know is in the subprime credit abyss. Climbing out is not an easy task, but it isn’t impossible. Here’s a few tips below that can make the long slog back t ...

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Excise Tax On Firearms And Ammunition

Excise tax is sometimes called a duty of special excise tax. It is an inland tax on the sale, or production for sale, of specific goods or a tax on a good produced for sale, or sold, within a country or licenses for specific activities. The “excises” are distinguished from customs duties, which are taxes on importation. It is an indirect tax, in which the producer or seller who pays the tax to the governmen ...

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Win It Over: Medical Malpractice Cases

When you go to a health care provider, you expect the utmost service they can provide. You always need to be given the services which are at par with the legal and health care laws. However, there are instances that due to negligence, what you least expect to happen can eventually happen. As such is the case of medical malpractice. There are instances when something gets left behind your body, as in the cas ...

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