Understanding Intellectual Property And What You Can Do Protect Yours

Posted on: 12 May 2016

When you are trying to protect intellectual property, defining what the property is can be difficult. Unlike physical items, intellectual property is a concept or an idea that is unique to you. Whether you have developed a new brand for your business, or you have come up with an invention, understanding how you can protect this property is important. You first have to determine if you need to copyright your work, create a trademark, or apply for a patent.
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Buying A Home: A Primer

Posted on: 9 May 2016

Buying a home can be a difficult process. One of the most difficult parts about buying a home is ensuring that all of your legal ducks are in order. Throughout the course of this brief article, you will learn about the process of buying a home and how to make sure that you have all of your legal bases covered.   Are You Really Better Off Buying? It's difficult to determine whether you're better off purchasing a home or staying where you're at – whether you're living at home or renting.
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Are You The Daddy? The Facts About Admissions Of Child Paternity

Posted on: 14 April 2016

Being told that you are about to become a father can cause a mixed reaction in some fathers. If you have had a troubled, on-again off-again relationship with the mom of the child, you may have good reason to be concerned about the validity of the claim. Accepting paternity without requiring proof could have long-lasting and serious ramifications, so tread very carefully when confronted with a paternity admission. Read on to learn more about admissions of paternity and what you should know.
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3 Things You Can Expect At Your 341 Hearing

Posted on: 9 March 2016

After filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, your case will be scheduled for its 341 meeting. This is also referred to as a meeting of creditors. This meeting isn't optional. You have to attend. Otherwise, you could wind up having your whole case thrown out and you having to start the process all over again. Only certain people attend the meetings. Oftentimes, creditors aren't going to show up for these meetings because they aren't required to be there.
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