Law Dictionary

5 Jan, 2022

What is Eviction Notice? How is it Served?

The eviction process is a legal procedure in which the landlord can legally remove an...

2 Jan, 2022

What is Divorce? 4 Types of Dissolution of Marriage

Divorce or dissolution of marriage is a legal process that dissolves a marriage. It is...

30 Dec, 2021

What is Defendant? What Rights Do Defendant Have?

A defendant is the person who is accused of committing a crime. It’s not unheard...

27 Dec, 2021

Compensation of Intangible Damages

People often think of intangible damages as being something that is difficult to quantify. The...

24 Dec, 2021

What is Child Custody? 2 Main Types of It

When two parents are no longer able to live together, they must decide what is...

21 Dec, 2021

Changing a Birthdate: Can You Legally Change It?

One of the most significant parts of one’s life is their date of birth. It...

18 Dec, 2021

What is Bail? How Do Judges Set Bail?

When someone is arrested, they may be released from custody on bail (surety). While the...

15 Dec, 2021

Apostille: A Certification of Authenticity

Apostille is a certification of authenticity that is used for documents originating in one country...