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Source of Law: The Bible

In the Biblical book of Genesis, after the Creation, God –the builder and maker of the universe – imposed rules on men – rules that were meant to govern all of God’s creatures, regardless...

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What Are Joint Wills?

Couples sometimes ask about joint wills and whether they’re the best option to ensure that their partner will have financial security if one of them passes away first. Joint wills used to be a...

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Countries Where The Death Penalty Still Exists

Even though the death penalty has been abolished or is no longer applied in most countries worldwide, it still exists in some of them. Here are some states that still have the death penalty...

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Top 6 Qualities That Every Good Lawyer Should Possess

Sometimes lawyers are so focused on honing their legal skills that they don’t recognize themselves as entrepreneurs. Yet an entrepreneur is one who organizes, manages, and assumes the risks of an activity or business....

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5 Worst States To Be Queer In America

Being queer in America is relatively hard even though, according to the 15th June 2016, Supreme Court ruling that federally protects people based on their sexual orientations or gender expression. However, with the Trump...

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Can Alimony Be Suspended or Terminated?

A judgment establishes the alimony agreement. Therefore, it can only be suspended or canceled by another judgment. Find out in this article everything you need to know about it! The Amount of the Alimony...

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Vigilantism Defined From A Legal Perspective

Vigilantism is alive and well in America. Defined generally as taking the law into one’s own hands, vigilantism has been at the centre of violent, extra-legal justice since before the American Revolution, when “regulators”...