Power of Attorney
A Power of Attorney is a notarised letter of authority given by a person or a company to another person or a company, which allows them to act for and on behalf of the original person in various government departments and for contractual purposes.
By Hassan Mohsen Elhais
Learn the Facts About Court Reporting
Court reporting is an important job. The legal system needs someone to record the legal processes that go on with trials. This done with short handed typing that is used to record so that no words are missed when he or she is typing. The other...
By Adrianna Noton
The Biggest Legal Misconceptions
Television dramas and movies often lead people to draw conclusions about the legal system and the way it works. Shows such as Law & Order and other TV dramas shed the light on some legality in the court system, but not all over the factors in the...
By Amy Nutt
Paralegals In Small Claims Courts
Making a claim at the small claims court is the best way to settle simple money or property disputes. Small claims courts are authorized to try small claims, usually not exceeding $5000, although they may also have other judicial functions.
By Socrates De Souza