Three Ways To Work Through A Divorce Without Losing Control Of The Situation

Posted on: 7 October 2016
While the transition from married life to single life can be a very disorienting one, and it can be quite stressful to lose your partner and perhaps move houses at the same time, it can get even worse if the process devolves into a fight in court and everything is taken out of your hands by a judge. In order to avoid the feeling of powerlessness and all the possible ways this could go wrong and end up with you losing more of your possessions than you expected, it's a good idea to try and work out a mutually agreeable settlement on your own.
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Does Your Business Use Volunteers? Do They Need To Be Covered Under Your Workers' Comp Plan?

Posted on: 19 September 2016
Volunteers are an important asset to many schools, social service organizations, hospitals, nursing homes, adult care centers, and non-profit organizations. Volunteer work is even required in some high schools in order to graduate. The Bureau of Labor Statistics says that between September 2014 and September 2015, more than 62 million people volunteered at least once. But where do volunteers fit into the picture when it comes to workers' compensation coverage? Do they need to be covered or not?
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When Is A Property Owner Liable For A Trespasser's Injuries?

Posted on: 30 August 2016
If a trespasser is hurt while on your property, is it possible that you can be held liable? It's a tricky situation, and it isn't a straight yes or no answer. Here's what you need to know about liability if a trespasser is injured while on property that you own. You're Not Liable in General In the majority of cases, you won't be liable if the trespasser is injured. The simple fact is that the trespasser shouldn't have been there and didn't have your permission to step on your land.
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Named An Executor Of Estate? Here Are Your Responsibilities

Posted on: 10 August 2016
Many responsibilities are involved after you have been designated as the executor of an estate. You need to be prepared for a great deal of paperwork before the process is completed. You will be responsible for passing any personal property designated by the will as well as paying any outstanding debts/expenses of the deceased. Continue reading for a full explanation of these duties. Locate the Paperwork You will need copies of the death certificate.
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