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This book details the long anti-gun rights history of politicians in the Democratic Party. It uses voting records, public statements and behind the scenes events to document the Democrats ongoing war on guns.
Millions of fathers are currently embroiled in the fight of their lives to win custody of their children. Wounded by the acrimony and greed that often accompany divorce proceedings, many wonder if they will ever again be an important part of their sons' and daughters' lives. With this landmark book, renowned men's rights attorney Jeffery M. Leving offers disenfranchised fathers true hope and meaningful advice certain to save years of anguish and possibly thousands of dollars.Drawing on more than fifteen years of frontline experience, Leving leads fathers through every twist and turn of the legal system and shows them how to protect their rights (and their children's),both before and during divorce litigation.This authoritative and accessible book covers every aspect of the custody process, including protecting the parent/child relationship as a breakup occurs finding a competent and sympathetic lawyer drafting a Shared Parenting Agreement" demonstrating parental competence when falsely accused of abuse avoiding parental alienation determining when to settle and when to litigate techniques for dealing effectively with psychologists, social workers, and other domestic relations experts and much more.Illustrated with vivid real-life examples, Jeffery Leving and Kenneth Dachman's practical guide is essential reading for the scores of American fathers routinely excluded from their children's lives by a biased legal system in which avarice and recrimination too often overwhelm compassion and justice.
Dealing with probate comes at a difficult time when a stressful legal process is particularly unwelcome. Probate can certainly appear daunting in its complexity and can be expensive in solicitors' fees, but it is possible to simplify the process and minimise the cost by taking a logical approach. The essentials of probate work do not require special skill or expertise and it is therefore eminently feasible for most people without legal training to do the bulk of the work themselves. This means you can avoid paying expensive legal fees for select parts of the probate, making a saving of hundreds or even thousands of pounds. Probate Made Simple, written by a solicitor with over 15 years' experience in wills and probate, sets out the detailed and specific steps to follow in order to work on probate logically, ensuring that the reader completes everything in the the right order and at the right time and that no vital stages are overlooked. It also identifies areas of probate where the advice and indemnity cover of a solicitor is beneficial. Where the involvement of solicitors is necessary, essential inside information is provided to help the reader negotiate realistic legal fees, no matter the level of professional help required. Guidance on how to minimise and evaluate solicitors' quotes, and get the most out of legal professionals for less - with breakdowns of what typical probate tasks involve, and what charging methods solicitors employ - make the book an indispensable guide for getting fair legal services. In addition to this, over thirty template letters are provided as practical examples of the correct approach to follow when contacting banks, insurance firms, beneficiaries of the will, solicitors and others. Saving money on probate work in the simple ways outlined in this book could make a real difference to your inheritance and to the sums received by the other beneficiaries of a will. This is the book anyone going through this potentially expensive, stressful and opaque process needs to have to hand. Potential purchasers of the book are recommended to visit the author's website at www.willsprobateandmore.co.uk to make use of the extensive free probate information (available as PDF downloads) provided by the author.
This book is established as the best home reference guide to the law. It covers all aspects of the subject in an easy, accessible style which cuts through the legalease of the normal law guides. New topics covered in the fifth edition include pensions, child support changes, tax credits, squatters, unmarried fathers and parental responsibility, pre-nuptial contracts, the Adoption and Children Act 2002, commonhold, leasehold enfranchisement, limited liability partnerships and the Enterprise Act. In particular, there have been extensive updates to the employment section of the book, covering new disciplinary and grievance procedures introduced by the Employment Act 2002, new rights for fixed term and part time workers, adoption leave, paternity leave and maternity leave rights and a new right to request flexible working and changes to discrimination law.
Your Rights at Work is a comprehensive, jargon-free guide to the legal rights of the employee and the responsibilities of the UK employer. Accessible and reliable, it offers real solutions to the problems and issues that can face anyone at work. Using the law is always a last resort, but if you have to take that step, there is practical advice on that too. Topics covered include: starting a job; parental leave and maternity rights; flexible working; equality law; dismissal and redundancy; pay and holiday rights; grievance procedures and how to enforce your rights. Your Rights at Work is written by employment experts at the Trade Union Congress (TUC). As the people who campaigned for many of the rights set out in this book, there is no one better to explain how they should apply in your workplace and what to do if they don't.
Written by an animal protection lawyer, this book delves into how the law treats dogs, not only within the context of their role as companions but in everything from pet trusts to dog fighting. Readers can access accurate and invaluable information on how the law treats dogs and gain knowledge of their rights and protections as a dog owner. From a city's leash law to a federal ban on products that contain dog fur, the laws are expansive and are found at every level of government. The book is divided into sections in order to make it easy to find specific topics for people to deal and familiarize themselves with any legal issue pertaining to their dog. Topics include: *Dogs as property (pet custody, strays, etc.) *Your rights when buying a dog from a breeder or getting one from a shelter *Your rights pertaining to your house and your dog (condominium, house, apartment, neighbors, etc.) *Negligence from groomers, boarders, veterinarians, and others *How to handle a dog bite, dog deemed "dangerous," or animal cruelty *And much more.
This completely revised and updated guide provides the most
up-to-date information available on the ever-changing U.S.
immigration regulations and provides accurate, easy-to-follow
information on employment categories and types of visas. Legal
guidelines have been translated into a readable format and include
instructions for employers, a question-and-answer chapter, sample
forms, addresses and telephone numbers of Immigration and Labor
Department offices, and a directory of immigration lawyers. New
information on the US-Visit program and the Child Status Protection
Act is provided.
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