Deposition court reporters have a very important job and there are currently over 50,000 of them in the United States. There is certainly a job market for these positions and court reporter employment is project to increase by 10% in the next six years. Being a deposition court reporter provides great experience in the judicial […]

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Part of having a fully functional and well-maintained society is having sets of rules firmly in place for when problems arise. No two human beings are alike, and as such, we are bound to butt heads at some point. Most of the time, hopefully, a resolution can be reached through dialogue and compromise. But sometimes […]

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Though the divorce rate in the U.S. is falling slowly, there are still about two couples getting a divorce every minute of the day. And while cheating continues to be the top cause of divorce, it only accounts for about one in five divorces. Nearly as many people divorce simply because they find themselves incompatible […]

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What is intellectual property? Intellectual property (IP) refers to any work that results from creativity, like inventions, designs, manuscripts, symbols, and even ideas. If it’s your idea, it’s your intellectual property, and there are intellectual property laws governing the use and sale of such, especially things for which one might apply for copyrights, patents, or […]

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In these difficult economic times, an injury or account may be all that’s needed to push a household’s precarious finances over the edge. The number of personal bankruptcies in the U.S. is rising, and the most common causes are unexpected medical expenses and student loans. Whether you’re trying to negotiate a personal bankruptcy or filing […]

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