Being an entrepreneur is an experience that has its perks and drawbacks. A perk is the satisfaction that you feel when seeing your business grow. But on the other hand, there are many issues with which you will be confronted, such as those that relate to business litigation. Most companies that have been doing business for a substantial period of time have had to deal with one or more of the common problems pertaining to business law, such as fraud. [Read More]
3 Considerations When Planning Your Golden Years
If you are considering getting all of your personal affairs in order, you have made a very wise decision. It's very important for your loved ones to know what your personal wishes are for handling your estate and to make sure that even your burial is handled in the way you desire after you pass on. Living Arrangements - It's extremely important for spouses to talk to each other in determining how they want to spend their older years. [Read More]
Bedsores After A Short Hospital Stay? It Happens And It Can Be Due To Malpractice.
Bedsores are a common ailment among the elderly and disabled - but they can also happen to younger, healthier people who are temporarily recovering from injuries or surgery. If you've developed bedsores after a short hospital trip, can you sue for negligence? What Are Bedsores? Also known as pressure ulcers, bedsores usually develop on bony areas of the body like heels, ankles, hips, shoulder blades and base of the spine. They're essentially skin lesions caused by a combination of your body's own weight on the bed for an extended period of time, friction, moisture (like sweat), and temperature. [Read More]
How To Get Past Sticking Points During Divorce Mediation
Divorce mediation is not always smooth. Sooner or later, you will get to the point where both of you refuse to budge on a contentious issue. Here are some tips you can use to get over those sticking points: Prioritize If you both understand the issues at stake, but you can't just agree on what to do, then you can try prioritizing your options. This approach works best for the division of assets and liabilities. [Read More]