Specialized and Generalized

There are various law offices in the United States of America, each with its own specialty, or sometimes, a
November 15, 2013

Why Lawyers Are Better at Dealing with the IRS

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is serious about collecting the money owed to its agency. But dealing with the
October 30, 2013

Unloading Your Tax Burden

You spend thousands of hours at work, earning your pay and making the most out of your resources to
October 21, 2013

Refugees of Mexican drug war are increasing in number

According to a recent newspaper article, the U.S. border crossings at the Southwest, especially in San Diego, California asylum
October 21, 2013

U.S. law as it relates to refugees

The U.S. law of right of asylum has been shaped by the international and Federal law. Refugees take up
September 20, 2013

The Offshore Tax Dilemma

Recent efforts of the IRS to increase tax collections has led to a reinforced breakdown on individuals and entities
September 19, 2013

U.S. Tax Law Now Applies to Homosexual Spouses

An IRS tax lawyer can now help homosexual  couples who married after the supreme court ruling on DOMA on
August 30, 2013

A Big Family Affair

We’re a huge family. I guess a lot of people think it’s a lot of fun, and while I’m
August 27, 2013

What to do with your family who live outside after you become a U.S. citizen

One question for those who become U.S. citizen recently is how to bring parents and family who lives outside
August 23, 2013

Two forms of asylum: Affirmative and Defensive asylum

There are two paths to asylum status in the U.S.; Affirmative asylum and defensive asylum process. The affirmative asylum
July 10, 2013