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Are you looking for a free, easy, step-by-step guide on how to file small claims? In this article, you will learn about how to file small claims. First, let’s talk about the step involving filing small claims.  and then will go through each step further. Step one; try to resolve the problem with the other person. Step two; determines whether your case should be a file in a small claims court. If so, then file…

Parenting classes; In this article, we will discuss the process used to decide how child time will be divided between parents and child custody cases and how the major decisions about the child will be made. Not only that but also we will discuss the legal proceedings and will introduce a scheduling conference which is your first court hearing. We also go over several court programs, some may help you reach a settlement others may…

Warrant of restitution; In this article, we will discuss what happens in rent court in the district court of Maryland. First, we will define terms that are commonly heard during rent court. Then we will discuss the step involved in preparing to go to rent court and what you expect during a hearing. Finally, we will talk about what may happen after the court has a major decision in your case. This article is not…

Advantages of mediation; I have a collected 07 common question that you search on the internet when you have been in a dispute with the other party or to prepare for a mediation. Nowadays, a dispute has become a very common thing. Because we always deal with other people in our professional and personal life. So, here is the very complete guide to avoiding going to trial due to disputes. Actually, I think you should…

In this article, you will learn about abuse and types of abuse including physical, sexual, and emotional, and discuss how to recognize their signs. It is important to keep in mind that a single indicator is not always proof of abuse. Be on the lookout for patterns or suggestions that there might be a problem. Physical abuse is the use of physical force that may result in bodily injury, physical pain, or impairment. It includes…

In this article, we will discuss what are the types of property in a divorce case or non-marital property and commingled property. Also, introduce you to the joint statement of parties concerning the marital and non-marital property and you’ll learn about what the courts can and cannot do with your property. Finally, I talk about a special process for pensions and retirement assets. Even if you and your consort go to mediation or work out…