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Oh Where, Oh Where, Has My G-28 Gone?

How is this still an issue?  When I re-started into immigration about four (4) years ago, I picked up an apparently straightforward I-751 case.  We completed the paperwork, filed it with a G-28 (on blue paper), and waited to get our receipt notice . 326 more words

A Little Hassle Might Be Worth it

This scene from Tommy Boy came to mind recently while I was shopping for car insurance.  Periodically, I shop around just to make sure I am not paying too much.   568 more words

David Jordan

David R. Jordan is an esteemed attorney who is currently making headlines due to his involvement in an extremely high-profile case related to the Navajo Presidential Election. 175 more words


Christian lawyer wants proposal on California ballot to 'shoot the gays'

A California lawyer says he wants to legalize the execution of gay people, and there may be nothing the state’s attorney general can do to stop the proposal from moving forward.

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Why Your Divorce Lawyer Cares About Your Retirement

When you sit down with a divorce lawyer for an initial consultation, one of the questions you are sure to answer is whether you have any retirement accounts. 460 more words

Family Law

In Michigan do lawyers charge a fee for handling a first party claim against insurance for a client?

Depends on the firm. There is not ethics or other rule on this. Some firms may handle this work without fee if they are also pursuing a larger personal injury claim on your behalf. 59 more words

Legal Questions

I-TEAM EXCLUSIVE INVESTIGATION: Prominent Atlantic County Attorney Goes To Prison For Stealing Life Savings Of Elderly

By Charlotte Huffman

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A prominent Atlantic County attorney is sentenced to state prison for stealing seniors’ life savings.

“This is why people don’t trust lawyers… because of one lawyer’s decision to line her own pockets at the expense of elderly victims who were unable to defend themselves,” Superior Court Judge Michael Donio said during the sentencing of Barbara Lieberman Wednesday morning. 596 more words