Your Legal Rights at Work

  • A Guide To Collecting Your Personal Records Before Filing For Divorce

    20 September 2016

    Going through a divorce is rarely easy, and even filing the paperwork can be stressful if you aren't prepared. Fortunately, you can make the process simpler for yourself by gathering together some information before you sit down to file. While specific documentation needs vary by state, the the following guide can help you begin the process well prepared. Personal documents You will need to prove who you are, your status, and that you were actually married.

  • Proving That A Business Violated Dram Shop Laws

    20 September 2016

    Most states have dram shop laws prohibiting businesses from selling alcohol to people in excess or to those who are already intoxicated. These laws also let people who are hurt in accidents caused by drunk drivers to hold the businesses who sold alcohol to intoxicated persons liable for some of the damages. However, proving the business knew or should have known the individual was intoxicated can be challenging. Read more to discover two ways you can show that the business in question violated dram shop laws.

  • FAQs About Child Support And Visitation

    30 August 2016

    The issuance of a child support order does not necessarily mark the end of disagreements between the custodial and non-custodial parent. Disagreements regarding the child can sometimes lead to issues with the child support, which can have a direct impact on the welfare of the child. If you are a non-custodial parent, here is what you need to know.  Does Child Support Entitle You to Visitation? At the time your child support order was issued, the family court might have taken an additional step and established a visitation order.

  • Can You Hold A Waterpark Liable For Your Injuries? The Answer Depends On The Situation

    11 August 2016

    When everyone is still trying to squeeze a little bit more fun out of summer, waterparks become popular attractions. They can also become the source of tragedy—like the recent incident in Kansas where a 10-year-old boy was decapitated on the "World's Tallest Water Slide." When an accident like this happens, many people wonder if the park can be held responsible for the deaths and injuries? This is what you should know.

  • Avoid These Mistakes When Reporting A Work Related Injury

    27 July 2016

    If you have been injured at your place of work, the actions that you take in the first couple of days will determine how smoothly or how roughly the rest of the claim process will go. Make sure you avoid the following five mistakes. Not Reporting the Injury to Your Employer Some people are hesitant to report workplace injuries because they might be embarrassed, they don't think they have a serious injury, or they think they may get terminated.

  • Think Your Will Protects Your Estate? 4 Reasons Why You Should Switch To A Trust

    7 July 2016

    If you have a legally documented will, your family is completely protected if you should pass away. Right? Not necessarily. While a will does document how you want your assets divided, it doesn't provide the best protection for you or your loved ones. That's where a trust comes in. A trust does everything a will does – divides your assets, ensures your wishes are carried out – but it goes beyond the will to provide additional protection.

  • 3 Things To Know About Giving Assets To Your Children As You Age

    6 June 2016

    One suggestion many wills and trusts lawyers tell people is to begin giving away assets as they age. If you are in your 60s and have a lot of net worth, giving assets to your children at this point could offer benefits. These benefits are not only good for your children, but they can also be good for tax purposes and money savings. Here are several things to know about this.