Child Endangerment in New York

This article is by Jesse Sriraman, a NYC divorce lawyer, about child endangerment – and how it can be important in the context of divorce and matrimony. New York State prohibits two types of child endangerment, misconduct potentially harmful to children. The first prohibits any intentional act likely to cause injury to the physical or […]

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Can you sue a eVape company?

The e-cigarette, and vaporizer industry, has caught storm. In the past few years, the amount of interest in the industry has burgeoned and significantly increased. Unfortunately, the industry is highly unregulated – which means the lack of regulations makes it impossible to actually govern the industry to a large extent. As a result of the […]

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I-601 Waiver Application

Immigration attorneys charge for their time and expertise when completing immigration paperwork for their clients. This article explores what the I-601 waiver form is, how it works and what must be included with the application. Your Los Angeles immigration attorney will advocate on your behalf, but you must understand what is required of you as […]

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Can My Lawyer Settle My Case Without My Consent?

When a settlement offer is made on a claim, the attorney must present the offer to the client and provide advice on whether the settlement is acceptable. At that time, the client can make the decision to accept the settlement or request further negotiations. An attorney cannot accept a settlement offer without consent of their […]

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