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3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Migrate

Based on figures from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, approximately 1.05 million people migrated to the country and were given permanent residence status in 2015. Despite the recent immigration issues, many people come to the U.S. to relocate every

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Child Custody in Colorado: The Common Myths and Truths

When couples with children divorce in Colorado, the most emotionally charged issue is usually child custody. Sadly, to add to the stress and heightened emotions of divorcing couples, they often receive false information from relatives, friends, or colleagues. Don’t be

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Four Classifications of Crime According to Criminal Law

The word crime traces its origins to the Latin word “crimin” and its variation “crimen,” which translates to “accusation” or “misdeed,” according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary. Further dissected, the word is believed to be derived from the verb “cernere.” The

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Top Reasons to Learn Family Law

Family law is something that you should know to protect yourself, your kids, and your relationship. If you want to get a head start on this, you have come to the right place. Below are some important facts you need

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Your Divorce Lawyer is Not Your Therapist

Divorce is both heartbreaking and stressful. Emotions also tend to run high at this point, which can affect the outcome. Bottling up those feelings, however, is never advisable, as it could add more stress and affect your mental health. Divorce

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How To Become a Legal Nurse Consultant

A registered nurse makes a decent salary, but you can make more as a legal nurse consultant (LNC) or nurse paralegal. LNCs have a legal knowledge that can be valuable in many medical cases. They serve as a sort of

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