Drug Bust

10 Countries with the Toughest Laws in the World

Whichever country you are in, you should be extra careful with the laws that govern the land. You must review the basic laws to the strictest ones so you will be more cautious with your activities while you are in a foreign land. Whether you are up for something illegal…

What Are The Main Types of Violence Against Women? (Part 1)

What Are The Main Types of Violence Against Women? (Part 1)

Violence against women is a sexist act that produces physical, psychological, or emotional damage and translates into verbal or physical abuse in any context. Today, we collect all types of violence against women because none is minor: all are a consequence of the discrimination that women suffer through laws or…

Family Law Succession of the Surviving Spouse

Family Law: Succession of the Surviving Spouse

 – Succession of surviving spouse: without descendants and ascendants  – Succession of surviving spouse: with descendants  – Succession of the surviving spouse: when there are parents  – Where to go for professionals legal advice? In the presence of a surviving spouse, the estate is divided between the descendants, the ascendants…

Construction Litigation

The 7 Phases of Construction Litigation

Disputes arising between contracting partners? Trapped in a lawsuit due to construction project delays? Don’t worry, you are not the only one out there, Lawsuits are becoming more and more common in the construction industry. And, if you are much too curious about this construction litigation process, here is a…

Let’s Talk About Workplace Harassment

Being harassed is probably one of the worst experiences someone can go through. And it’s even worst when you’re mistreated in a place where you should go every day to get your monthly paycheck. No one should be subject to harassment, bullying, sexual violence, or any other inappropriate behavior in…

Surviving Spouse: Know Your Rights

In the event of the death of a married person, the surviving spouse may find himself or herself the owner of the usufruct of the deceased’s property. Whether it results from the law, a will or a donation of future property, this usufruct can also be transformed into a life annuity. We tell you more.