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6-06-2019, 01:00
How to Get Your Social Security Card
Updated: March 29, 2019 Your Social Security number (SSN) is the absolute truth of your identity. It is a nine-digit identification number that is used to verify your identity and your right to work, and it serves as a record of your earned wages. When you have a new baby, or when you become a U.S. citizen, you must fill out the appropriate forms in order to secure a Social Security
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4-06-2019, 20:00
How to Prove Undue Influence
Updated: April 11, 2019 Undue influence is the legal term for someone exerting so much pressure on another that it overcomes that person’s free will to execute contracts or make transactions. If you believe you or someone you care about was improperly convinced to execute a legal document, such as a contract or a will, there is something you can do about it. This article discusses what
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28-02-2019, 16:00
How to Write Goodbye Letters
Saying goodbye is rarely easy, no matter what the circumstances are. A letter or email can help ease the transition for you and the people you're parting with, and you can use one in a variety of situations. For instance, you may write a professional goodbye letter if you're leaving your current job, or you may write a letter to your friend or partner if you've decided you need to go
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31-08-2017, 23:00
How to Claim Land
In the U.S. there are a few circumstances where you can file a claim on abandoned, unclaimed, and currently owned land. Check with your state’s abandoned land division to find land previously held by owners who died without heirs or have failed to pay property taxes. You may also be able to claim land based on the laws of adverse possession (a.k.a. “squatter’s rights”), provided you
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20-08-2017, 07:00
How to Bequeath Property
You can bequeath property by writing a will. In the will, you’ll name the beneficiary for your property, which is the person who will receive it when you die. Drafting a will is easy, and you can do it yourself. If you change your mind at some point in the future, you can change the beneficiary by drafting a codicil, which is an amendment to your will. However, some property isn't
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30-04-2017, 11:00
How to Apply for Section 8 Housing in California
Section 8 is a federal program that helps people pay their rent. If approved, you receive a voucher that the state’s housing authority pays directly to your landlord. You then pay the difference in the rent. To apply, visit your local housing authority and complete an application. Because demand for vouchers is heavy in California, you should also consider applying for public housing.
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18-02-2017, 13:00
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How to Write a Living Will
Expert Reviewed A Living Will, also known as an Advance Healthcare Directive or Advance Medical Directive, is a legal document that provides your family, doctors, and caregivers with information about what life-saving measures you wish to undergo should there come a time when you are unable to communicate your wishes. This includes resuscitation options, guidelines of medications to
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5-02-2017, 09:12
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How to Protect Your Ideas Without a Patent
Expert Reviewed The United States Constitution allows inventors to obtain patent protection for scientific and technical inventions. Having a patent on an invention means an inventor can exclude others from making, using, or selling that invention for a limited time. But what if you have an idea and you’re not sure getting a patent is the right way to proceed? Fortunately, there are
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31-01-2017, 21:18
How to File a Small Claims Lawsuit in Georgia
Expert Reviewed In Georgia, small claims cases are heard in Magistrate Court. You do not need a lawyer to sue in small claims court, and the judge (not a jury) will decide your dispute. To file a lawsuit, you need to gather relevant documents and then swear a statement in the appropriate court.
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11-01-2017, 09:12
How to Sue Your Employer
Expert Reviewed Many state and federal laws protect American workers from being mistreated on the job. These same laws also help employees and job applicants seek justice if they have been treated unfairly or subjected to illegal discrimination. Once your legal rights have been violated, you have every right to sue an employer. Perhaps you were discriminated against during the hiring
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