Careful and Compassionate Blogs About the Law: A Legal Blog

How your social media activities can incriminate you in a divorce case

With the advent of social networking sites, your personal life is laid bare in the public domain. Social media users be wary. Whatever you post in these social media forums can be used in a family court as evidence against you, especially in divorce cases and alimony and child support cases. This article looks at how family lawyers are turning to the trail of proof left online in family law cases. Read More 

Migration Agents | 4 Criteria Necessary For Skilled Independent Migration

The Skilled Independent Visa (subclass 189) is an Australian permanent residency visa. The visa is available for skilled workers who acquire the minimum requisite points for working and living in the country without being sponsored by a family member, employer, state or territory. Whether you work with professional migration agents or on your own, this guide is designed to help you understand the criteria necessary for skilled independent migration. Nominated Occupation On The Skilled Occupation List Read More 

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Careful and Compassionate Blogs About the Law: A Legal Blog

Welcome to my blog. My name is Gina, and I used to work as a paralegal. That experience was amazing, and I got a great behind the scenes look at the law. In this blog, I am going to take that information and write carefully researched blogs that take a compassionate look at the various aspects of the law. I may write about everything, from personal injury, to divorce, to other types of cases. After leaving the legal world, I worked as a corporate writer for a large insurance company until my first son was born. Now, five years later, I am ready to get back in the work force, and I am working on creating a larger writing portfolio. I hope to include this blog as part of it, but more importantly, I hope these posts answer your questions about legal issues.