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Writing An Employee Handbook: 10 Essential Things To Include

Written and Fact Checked by The Law Dictionary Staff  

An employee handbook provides you with an ideal method of introducing new employees to your organization. It also offers gives all employees a place to find answers to questions about what the organization expects from them and what they should expect from the organization. Because a handbook can have legal implications in the event of […]

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Writing an viction letter

Written by J. Hirby and Fact Checked by The Law Dictionary Staff  

Writing an eviction letter can be a tough duty of a landlord who is giving a tenant plenty of time to follow the rules, like paying their rent on time. Each state has its own specific regulations regarding the eviction letter. Here are some of the parameters regarding the general eviction letter. “The Eviction Demand […]

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Writing Off or “Charging Off” Your Second Mortgage & Putting it into Bankruptcy

Written by Aurora F. and Fact Checked by The Law Dictionary Staff  

Every expert says the same thing. A “charge off” is the same as a “write off” and is merely an accounting term used in financial processes. The term is used when a financial institution takes an account from a ledger and posts it to that financial company’s “unable to collect” ledger. The lien from the […]

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Yearly Income of a Bankruptcy Attorney

Written by James Hirby and Fact Checked by The Law Dictionary Staff  

A person’s income usually has several components: salary or charged fee compensation, bonus, commission, profit sharing, and other various benefits.   One salary site stated the average salary nationwide is $61,000.  Experts stated that an attorney will charge from $100 to $300 for a fairly simple bankruptcy filing.  Criteria that make significant differences are the jurisdictions […]

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