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New York Legislators Stand-up to Squatters: How Squatters and Squatter’s Rights Cases in New York Could Be in for Big Changes.

Property ownership in New York can be complicated, especially when you choose to rent or leave your property empty for extended periods of time throughout the year. Specifically,…

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Guide to Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS)

Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS)—or commonly known as Juvenile Visa—is an immigration relief law in the United States that helps protect immigrant children from being…

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Legal Considerations for Developing an Effective Individualized Education Program (IEP)

When developing an Individualized Education Program (IEP) for a student, there are many legal considerations that must be accounted for to ensure that the IEP is effective. The…

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I Broke the Law; Can I Still Obtain a Security Clearance?

Many security clearance applicants are stuck with the dilemma of having to disclose embarrassing and sometimes illegal behavior that they hoped to keep secret. Some have secretly…

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Differences Between Annulment and Divorce

When your marriage comes to a breaking point, your first thought may be to wish the marriage had never happened, and a quick internet search may lead you to consider an annulment…

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Making Sure the “House” Wins: How Sports Gambling Can Negatively Impact Your Family Relationships

On the two-year anniversary of mobile sports wagering being allowed in New York State, Governor Kathy Hochul announced earlier this year that, in total, New York has collected…

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Don’t Press Your Luck This St. Patrick’s Day—What You Need to Know About NYS’s DWI/DUI Laws

In an effort to combat drunk and impaired driving, New York State police and local law enforcement are anticipated to increase patrols this St. Patrick’s Day. Drivers should…

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Who is Required to Participate in an Individualized Education Program (“IEP”) Meeting?

An Individualized Education Program (IEP) is the cornerstone of what services and goals are to be provided to a student with a disability. IEPs are a living and breathing document…

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What is the Future for Telework and Remote Work Opportunities in the Federal Government in 2024?

Enjoying remote work? Like having the flexibility of hybrid work to choose when you can show up to the office? You’re not alone, as according to the 2023 Federal Employee…

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Navigating the Security Clearance Processing Backlog

There is little instant gratification within the Security process. The persistent ebb and flow of security clearance processing times is understood first and foremost through a…

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