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What to Do When You Get Served Divorce Papers

Posted by on Jul 12, 2017 in Blog | Comments Off

What to Do When You Get Served Divorce Papers You’ve received divorce papers from your spouse. You’re sad, angry, and confused. So how do you go about this overwhelming dilemma? Here are a few tips to hopefully help you through. Know that divorce papers have a particular deadline awaiting your response. Write that date down on your personal calendar and don’t ever forget it. Meanwhile, use what time is left prior to the deadline for a little soul searching. A divorce petition can be absolutely overwhelming and confusing. Although it will be tough to pull the reins on your violent emotions at...

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A Little Legal Help

Posted by on Jun 22, 2017 in Blog | Comments Off

A Little Legal Help We are living in an age where having your own business has gotten more popular than ever. This is especially true for the younger generations but there is a definite rise in the older ones too. Building up your own business, whether you are doing it independently, by acquiring a franchise or even by partnering up with someone of your trust, is a lot of hard work. One of the hardest parts about it is getting the gears turning. At first, it might seem like you need to take care of everything yourself; this is especially true if you don’t have a large budget. So, in order to...

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Getting the Paperwork in Order

Posted by on May 12, 2017 in Blog | Comments Off

Getting the Paperwork in Order One of the biggest decisions you can make in life is buying a property. Whether it’s an apartment, a house, a condo, your first time buying or your fifth, it is still a major decision that no one should take lightly. Even if you’ve done it before, this is the kind of thing that you don’t do all that often in life (unless, of course, you’re a real estate agent or you invest in real estate). As such, it might not be something you will be an expert at and, considering the relevant amount of money that goes into this kind of transaction, you probably want to make...

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Tips To Help You Succeed As A Skip Tracer

Posted by on Apr 23, 2017 in Blog | Comments Off

Skip tracing is all about conducting investigations to trace wanted people. It requires the right knowledge and use of skip tracing tools and systems. The following are some tips that can help you as a skip tracer improve your skip tracing skills: Know how to organize information Skip tracing depends on the accuracy of information obtained from people. This information can be useless to your objective of locating a person if it is organized haphazardly. Every piece of information you obtain, write it down in a notebook by including the date, place, and people interviewed, subject, message...

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The Best Help You Can Get

Posted by on Mar 15, 2017 in Blog | Comments Off

Whether you need notary services, can’t quite figure out how to work out a loan signing process or need some sort of legal document assistance, these are instances when your best option is calling a professional. Yes, a lot of us try to save a few dollars by trying to work these things out ourselves; however, it might not be the best idea. By hiring a professional you are not only ensuring the job gets done right and that you don’t put yourself in any risky situations, you will also save yourself a considerable amount of time and, maybe more importantly, frustration once you figure out you...

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How can a Process Server Assist me in my Legal Dealings?

Posted by on Feb 11, 2017 in Blog | Comments Off

The term process server is one that many individuals have heard but are unfamiliar with. The term refers to an individual who is a trained professional in serving paperwork such as official documents including divorce papers or court summons. The purpose of a process server is to assist an individual in their legal dealings with others to avoid controversy. Divorce When divorce is filed by an individual, the spouse will need to be served with divorce papers. The spouse has the right to sign or not sign the divorce papers. If the couple are on good terms then there is no issue but when the...

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