Foreclosure Crisis Hits Oldest Americans Hardest

As everyone knows, the foreclosure crisis hit Americans of all backgrounds hard. And, regardless of all the talk about our supposed “recovery”, most people are still feeling the lingering effects of the Great Recession. Now, a new report by the American Association of Retired Persons Foundation entitled “Nightmare on Main Street: Older Americans and the… Continue reading Foreclosure Crisis Hits Oldest Americans Hardest

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Types of Divorce Applications in Ontario

Three types of Divorce Applications in Ontario. 1. Simple Divorce (Uncontested Divorce) 2. Joint Divorce (Uncontested Divorce) 3. Divorce with other relief. (Contested Divorce) SIMPLE DIVORCE Simple Divorce is filed by one of the spouses who serve the Application on the other spouse. The spouse who files and serves the Application is referred to as… Continue reading Types of Divorce Applications in Ontario

Revocation of British Citizenship

Citizenship Deprivation The deprivation of citizenship I.e, the exclusion of perceived undesirables from the UK is one of the most important trends in immigration at the moment. The reality is there were apparently no recorded instances of citizenship deprivation on the basis of dishonesty between 1983 and 2009. Since 2009 however, there were 30 such… Continue reading Revocation of British Citizenship

Criminal Defense Attorney Explains Vehicular Manslaughter

Any type of conveyance can be considered a weapon if its operator caused the death of another due to gross negligence. This negligence may involve drunk driving, speeding, or reckless driving. A charge of vehicular manslaughter might be entered by the prosecution (the State) if a human being was killed as the result of said… Continue reading Criminal Defense Attorney Explains Vehicular Manslaughter