Email Fraud is now International Fraud: Alert for Corporations and Individuals in Mississippi and Tennessee
Email Fraud can affect not just individuals, but corporations as well. Let’s examine this example of email fraud and how it affected a California Corporation.
MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES OWNER VICTIM OF EMAIL FRAUD
Ubiquiti Networks Inc. of San Jose, California said it had lost $ 46.7 million to a “business email compromise fraud involving employee personation.” The fraud was revealed on August 6, 2015 in a document filed by Ubiquiti with the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Do I Need to File Bankruptcy to Stop Foreclosure of my home in Tennessee?
The short answer is yes.
Sometimes, as a last resort, homeowners in Tennessee have to file bankruptcy to stop foreclosure and save their homes.
How to Determine Alimony in Mississippi
What is Alimony in Mississippi?
The issue of alimony in Mississippi typically arises under family law cases. Alimony is ” an allowance authorized by law for one spouse to receive from the other for financial support.” In other words, alimony is spousal support.
Who gets Alimony (spousal support) after a Divorce in Mississippi, and how much will it cost?
In Mississippi, a spouse can petition the court to award financial support from one spouse to another. This is known as alimony. If you can show financial need and your spouse has the financial means to support it, the court can award you alimony, also known as spousal support.
An alimony award might also be appropriate if you are unemployable, meaning that you lack training or education or you have a disability and are unable to work. To determine amount of alimony in Mississippi, Mississippi Chancellors (Judges) will look at several factors before reaching a decision.
Alimony Award Factors or Guidelines to be followed in the Award of Alimony in Mississippi
In the case of Armstrong v. Armstrong, the Mississippi Supreme Court set the following guidelines to be followed in the award of Alimony: