Planning to get married on a faraway beach, in your favorite foreign city, or at the base of your favorite ski slope? You can get married almost anywhere with careful […]
If you are a non-citizen or plan to marry a non-citizen, you may want to know how to have a wedding that is legally recognized. You may also have questions […]
While many couples focus on the “fun” part of getting married, in its essence, marriage is also a legal agreement. Laws define what that agreement is and what may happen […]
Obtaining a marriage license in most states is simple and often there is only a minimal waiting period, if any. States do not require you to have residency in the […]
When preparing your home for sale, you may be wondering what house repairs or updates you should do before you try to sell it. We have a short answer to that question and tips on the minimal home repairs to invest in to help you earn a profit.
Like citizens, immigrants and those here using a Visa have rights and protections. Some protections are provided by the US Constitution and some states grant rights such as driving privileges. Learn more about immigration rights and protections.
No matter the size of your business, corporate compliance matters. Without it, you could be put out of business. Corporate compliance is making sure your company complies with all laws, […]
You may be required to pay taxes on private sales transactions. Some sales profits are considered capital gains by the IRS and some purchases require you to pay local sales taxes. Find out more about what your tax obligations might be at Rocket Lawyer.
By the time Rosa Parks helped incite the Montgomery Bus Boycott, by refusing to give up her seat, she already had half of a lifetime of activism behind her. Parks, “The Mother of the Freedom Movement,” spent her entire life striving for civil rights and equality in the south and the north.
If you are a small business owner or planning to become one, you likely have seen some mention in the news about the GOP tax law changes for small businesses. […]
California may soon be nicknamed the rebellious state due to its passing of legal recreational marijuana use and defiance to federal immigration efforts. See the progressive and controversial new laws taking effect in 2018.