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Making Your Case Understood: The Basics of Neuro-Linguistic Programming

If the judge or jury doesn't understand your case then the likelihood is that you will lose or not get the full amount of damages. Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) can help jurors absorb new information.

What is Bankruptcy?

Overview of Bankruptcy Bankruptcy in the United States is designed to allow individuals, businesses and corporations to eliminate or extend payments of some or all debts. There are basically two categories of bankruptcy: liquidation and reorganization. The categories are then

Why Are Attorneys so Expensive and Do I Need One?

There is a movement for people to try and use attorneys as little as possible which is why this entire website, our videos, our podcasts, and the webinars concentrate on teaching people about the law, lawsuits, and the concepts behind

How To File A Lawsuit

So it’s time to sue someone, what do you do now? The process is the same whether a lawyer sues someone or you do it yourself. Learn how to file a lawsuit, the purpose of a demand letter, damages,

How to Import Goods into the U.S.

Importing goods into the United States means dealing with U.S. Customs and Border Patrol. Everything imported has to be cleared by Customs, and most of it is subject to a duty payment before it can enter the country. Since Customs

Do I Need a Personal Injury Attorney?

A personal injury attorney or a personal injury lawyer works on a variety of cases, ranging from dog bites to products liability. Many personal injury attorneys focus on one specific area, such as medical malpractice, while others represent people injured

How to Gather Evidence for a Slander Case

Someone is spreading lies about you, and you’ve had enough. You want to sue this person for slander. But how do you prove your case? If you’re alert and prepared, gathering evidence for a slander case is easier than it

Writing a Letter to a Judge

Many people in a court case want to write a letter to the judge to explain their side of the story. Each state has its own rules regarding judicial conduct, one universal rules is that judges are NOT allowed

What is Adverse Possession?

Adverse possession is a concept of law in which a trespasser can gain ownership of real property (real estate).

How Small Claims Court Works

Small Claims Court allows ordinary people the chance to resolve disputes without the need to hire a lawyer. Small claims court is a great system for those persons choosing to represent themselves. The rules are usually more relaxed, the