Mere possession of a car does not establish legal ownership. To legally own a car, the owner must also have the title properly assigned. When a consumer buys a new car at a dealership, the dealer usually completes the steps for title registration as a service and charges a fee for it. If purchasing a… Read More

Under Washington law, RCW 9A.60.020 establishes that a “person is guilty of forgery if, with intent to injure or defraud: he or she falsely makes, completes, or alters a written instrument or; he or she possesses, utters, offers, disposes of, or puts off as true a written instrument which he or she knows to be… Read More

Unfortunately, internet fraud is more common than you may know. Most of the illegal activity seen online attacks people’s personal information or their finances in particular. There are several different types of internet fraud to be aware of when using the web. 1. Email Scams Email scams come in all different forms. Most of them… Read More