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Leigh Morgan

What Do I Do If I'm a Victim of Fraud?

Some types of fraud, such as identity theft, can affect you for years, so it's important to know what to do after someone defrauds you.

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Leigh Morgan

Did You Know Your Home Can Be a Victim of Identity Theft?

What you may not know is that it's possible for someone to steal your home's identity, a crime known as home title theft. Learn more about this crime and how it affects homeowners.

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Shelley Frost

What to Do After a Break-in

Your home is your sanctuary, so dealing with a break-in can leave you feeling violated. Before you charge into your home to serve up your own justice, take a few deep breaths and err on the side of caution.

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Hannah Stephens

Can I Sue for Defamation of Character Over Something Said About Me Online?

Defamation via social media isn't just hurtful — it can lead to real-life consequences. Understanding defamation law can help you determine whether you have a case, but it's worth consulting a lawyer with experience in online defamation suits.

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Leigh Morgan

What Is Fraud?

Before you make any financial decisions, learn more about fraud and how it can affect you.

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Leigh Morgan

What Is White Collar Crime?

Law enforcement professionals group similar offenses into broad categories. White-collar crime is one of those classifications.

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Carina Jenkins J.D.

Celebrities! They're Just Like Us … Except When It Comes to Defamation Cases

Public figures, such as politicians and celebrities, must meet a higher legal standard when suing for defamation of character.

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Elizabeth Marcant

How Much Does It Cost to Sue Someone?

A lawsuit can provide a way for an injured party to receive compensation for their losses, often making a positive difference in their life going forward. But how much does it cost to sue someone?

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