Daily Archives: December 11, 2012 - 5 results


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Cohabitation Agreements Protect Relationships More and more couples are living together without being married. For those who do, a cohabitation agreement may be appropriate. This private contract between long-term cohabitants establishes the rights and obligations that married people obtain by law, custom and agreement. Find Out More…   Don’t Spy on Your Cheating Spouse Unexplained absences, furtive phone calls, mysterious credit card charges — these just some of the clues that a spouse may be having an affair. A plethora …

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Posted 2 years ago in Criminal Law by Aaron Kase  
Stupid Criminal Brags of Bank Robbery on YouTube

Remember, wanna-be bank robbers: If you don’t want to get caught, don’t go bragging about your crime spree on the Internet. Hannah Sabata, 19, recently (allegedly?) stole a car and robbed a bank in Nebraska. Maybe she could have gotten away with it, but she made police officers’ and prosecutors’ jobs a lot easier when she posted up a seven minute video to YouTube gloating about her exploits and showing off other things that she had stolen (including marijuana). The …

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How to Get More Time with Your Kids Over the Holidays

Many divorced people dread the holidays because separation and custody agreements often have the kids scheduled to spend the holidays with just one parent. That can leave the kid-less mom or dad feeling lonely and wishing for more time with their children during this special time of year. However, there are ways to negotiate more time with your kids if you’re divorced. The key is communication and — if that fails — a willingness and ability to go back to …

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Legal Weed Means Tougher DUI Laws in Washington

When Washington voters legalized marijuana last month, they also accepted a new legal standard for toking and driving. Just as .08 percent is a Washington driver’s limit for blood alcohol content, five nanograms per milliliter of blood is their new limit for active THC, marijuana’s psychoactive component. In most recreational users, active THC will drop below that threshold within two to three hours of using marijuana. But among the heaviest users, active THC levels may never drop below five nanograms, …

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Posted 2 years ago in Internet Law Podcasts by Lawyers.com Radio  
How to Protect Trademarks on the Internet [Podcast]

  Matt:  Welcome to Lawyers.com Radio. Your legal solutions start right here. We’ll help you understand your legal issue, find a lawyer in your area and suggest legal forms for legal self-help.  We’re talking with Enrico Schaefer from Traverse Legal, PLC. Enrico is an attorney who specializes in Internet trademarks, and today we’re discussing how to protect your Internet trademarks.   Biggest Trademark Issues on the Internet Enrico, many times in the past I’ve heard you refer to the Internet …

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