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January 2013

Legal Issues Associated with Cohabitating Couples

January 24, 2013 Family Law

(Guest post regarding family law and cohabitation in the US) It seems that marriage has lost some of its luster over the last decade. More couples are making the decision to live together rather than get married. It could be the close to 50 percent divorce rate that makes matrimony seem like a risky venture, […]

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Claiming for Medical Errors in the UK: Exposing the scale of errors in the prescription of drugs

January 22, 2013 Medical Negligence

Post regarding medical errors in the UK. A study commissioned by the GMC  revealed in May last year, the scale of errors made by GPs in the prescribing of medication. The mistakes found ranged in type but of note were the following types of errors: wrong dosages, lack of instructions for prescribed medication and a […]

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What Constitutes Tax Evasion?

January 17, 2013 Tax law

(Guest blog post from Jeremy Bernard regarding tax evasion – mainly based on US law) Numerous taxpayers become concerned with the question as to what constitutes tax evasion whenever their taxes become due. This concern is quite understandable, considering the major consequences of this particular tax crime. However, most taxpayers have no valid reasons to […]

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