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Origination Fees For Liquor Licences In Las Vegas: What Applicants Need To Know

Many business owners in Las Vegas decide to apply for a liquor license to start or grow their business. Selling liquor on your premises can certainly appeal to the partygoers of Las Vegas, but you also need to make sure you're prepared for the costs this process can entail, including origination fees. Learn more about origination fees, and find out why your liquor license application could become more expensive than you expected. Read More 

Three Things You Do Not Want To Do In Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

If you are like most who file Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you do so in an effort to reorganize and pay off your debts. You imagine what life will be like once you get out of debt. Unfortunately, for many people this never happens. This is because only approximately 30% of Chapter 13 bankruptcy filers nationwide successfully complete this process. While those who fail to complete the process are unsuccessful for a wide variety of reasons, there are a few things that you definitely do not want to do if you are attempting to be in this successful minority. Read More 

Worried New York Law Will Make Your Divorce Difficult? 2 Misconceptions About Divorces in New York

If you live in New York, then you may think that the divorce process for you will be messier than for people who live in other states. This may be due to misconceptions you have about the process, because there is misinformation about the divorce process all over the place. If you are worried about any of the following myths about getting a divorce in New York, then read on to find out the truth about divorce laws in your state that are often misconstrued by the media and the public. Read More 

Is it Possible to Collect Damages for False Statements?

It happens to everyone at one point in their lives. A stranger, coworker, or ex-best friend says something untruthful about you. Many times, the only things that come from the false statements are a lot of hurt feelings and interpersonal drama. However, sometimes those false statements can have more serious consequences such as a job loss or damage to a company's reputation. In these cases, it is possible to sue for compensation for any damages or losses the lies cause. Read More 

Can Your Divorce Settlement Be Nullified?

If you've recently divorced your spouse, you may have focused most of your efforts on achieving an equitable divorce settlement that helped provide for your contribution to the marriage and your child's financial needs. However, divorce settlement negotiations can often be a messy, emotion-laden process, and your ex-spouse may have stooped to new lows in an attempt to avoid paying you your fair share. Fortunately, settlements obtained through duress or coercion can sometimes be nullified, allowing you to seek a fairer share of marital assets even after your divorce has been finalized. Read More