You and your spouse bought a home worth $1,000,000 about 10 years ago, and the value has only increased. When you file for divorce, you want to sell the house and split up the proceeds from the sale.
People often think of white collar crimes as less important than other types of crime. They think of fudging the numbers to commit tax fraud as less of a problem than stealing a car or robbing a house, for instance.
Driving a commercial vehicle can be a fruitful way to make a living. However, you take on a certain degree of responsibility when you have a large number of passengers or precious cargo on board. A clean driving record keeps you employed.
Divorce is not an overnight process, and that can lead to a lot of problems. After you tell your spouse that you want to split up, they have plenty of time to take actions that prove detrimental to you. Feeling frustrated and even angry, many people try to lash out at their significant other as the relationship ends.
Overall, divorce rates in the military tend not to change a lot from year to year, at least in recent studies. For instance, from 2014 to 2017, researchers found that they were right around 3 percent, sometimes just a touch higher.
It has become clear in recent weeks that higher education is not immune to fraud. If you have been following the news about recent admissions scandals, you may find yourself wondering what other types of fraud impact institutions of higher learning. You are right that it's not all about admissions, and there are some other serious types of fraud that take place.
As an Ohio resident, you may or may not know that up until last month, the government could seize your property if it accused you of having committed certain crimes. This practice, known as “policing for profit,” allowed government officials to seize any of your assets even tenuously associated with your alleged crime through civil asset forfeiture. Worse yet, law enforcement officials did not need to actually charge you with a crime, nor did a prosecutor have to convict you of one for the government to keep your assets, sell them and retain the profits made therefrom. Civil rights advocates labeled this civil asset forfeiture process “legalized theft.”