Law and Legal Infographics

What You Need to Know About Probate in Texas

What You Need to Know About Probate in Texas

Probate is the legal process of administering the estate of a deceased person, distributing property, and overseeing the payments of debts. It’s important that you understand the probate process and the options available to you. In the following infographic, The Hale Law Firm looks at what you need to know about probate in Texas. 

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CCPA vs GDPR: A Guide to Compliance

CCPA vs GDPR: A Guide to Compliance

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect in May 2018, and shortly after a month, California introduced the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Both happen to be the two biggest privacy regulations the world has witnessed in decades. Therefore, it has become more than important to understand the acts and make your company compliant.

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Marijuana Laws by State in 2020

Marijuana Laws by State in 2020

Marijuana has been a controversial issue in the United States for a long time, but attitudes towards it have started to change in recent years as we have watched different degrees of marijuana legalization sweep through the country. 47 of the 50 states allow for some form of marijuana, with 11 of those being recreational weed states. Explore the legalization laws of each state courtesy of this infographic.

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11 Times the 2nd Amendment Has Been Attacked and Prevailed

11 Times the 2nd Amendment Has Been Attacked and Prevailed

The Second Amendment has come under attack more than any other amendment and is one of the most widely interpreted sections of our sacred Constitution. In the following infographic, Minute Man Review explores 11 times that the Second Amendment has been attacked and defended, and how it has survived and thrived.

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Advance Directives & Medical Powers of Attorney: Everything You Need to Know

Advance Directives & Medical Powers of Attorney: Everything You Need to Know

Here is an infographic that provides a quick and easy way to learn about two important legal documents: a Medical Power of Attorney and an Advance Directive. The infographic starts by covering the basics of what the document is, who needs one, and why. Next, it helps the reader understand different sections of the document, and how to fill them out.

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Privacy Laws Around the World

Privacy Laws Around the World

Termly has designed the following infographic to reveal a growing list of data privacy laws around the world, and how data privacy is increasingly becoming a global concern. The underlying message is that business owners should be conscientious of their data-handling practices, or face consequences. Data privacy is no laughing matter — no matter where in the world you do business.

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Burglary Statistics, Facts and Prevention

Burglary Statistics, Facts and Prevention

Just imagine, after a long and exhausting day at work, you find your home in total disarray and valuables likes cash, jewelry, and laptop, are missing. Before this unfortunate and frightening event happen to you, Neolavish takes a look at recent burglary statistics and reports and how you can use this information to reduce the chances of burglars attacking your home.

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A Vape Travelers Guide to International Vaping Laws

A Vape Travelers Guide to International Vaping Laws

Travelers need to be aware that regulations for vaping  vary significantly from country to country and if vacationing overseas you need to know the rules of the countries you plan to visit before you leave. Learn all about international vaping laws in this infographic.

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U.S. Cities Ranked by the Frequency of Registered Sex Offenders

U.S. Cities Ranked by the Frequency of Registered Sex Offenders

According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, there are 917,771 registered sex offenders in the United States and its surrounding territories. Breaking it down further, that’s 279 registered sex offenders for every 100,000 people. This infographic analyzes 125 major cities in the U.S. to provide a ratio of sex offenders to non-offenders.

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