Choosing A Trustee For Your Beneficiary's Trust: What To Consider

Posted on: 4 September 2019

If you have the foresight to set up a trust for your heirs, you obviously have a lot of concern for their future financial stability and comfort. That's what makes choosing a trustee for that trust such a truly important task. Before you make your decision, learn more about your options and what you need to consider. What does a trustee do? Trustees primarily manage the trust according to its terms for the benefit of those named in the trust.
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Employee Injured On The Job? How To Fight A Fraudulent Workers Compensation Claim

Posted on: 4 August 2019

When you own a business, you need to be concerned about workers compensation claims. If your employees are injured on the job, you want to make sure that they receive the compensation they're entitled to, which is why you have workers compensation insurance. However, as a business owner, you can't afford to have fraudulent workers compensation claims on your record. Here are four steps you need to take if you disagree with a workers compensation claim that's been filed against you.
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How To Handle Workplace Disability Discrimination

Posted on: 30 June 2019

Getting through life with a disability is hard enough, but it can be especially painful if someone is singling you out because of it. If you feel you have been the victim of discrimination in the workplace because of your disability, you may have the right to bring a legal claim forward or even seek financial compensation. To that end, here are some tips to keep in mind when you first notice possible discrimination in the workplace.
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Divorce: When Your Spouse's Debt Is Your Debt

Posted on: 26 April 2019

When a couple parts ways, the way things are divided are a mesh of agreements, laws, and rulings. Knowing about how your state handles debt before you file for divorce is to your advantage so read on for some info about how your state might handle this issue. What is Marital Debt? You will hear the above term from your attorney and it's helpful to understand what it means. The debts you already had at the time of your marriage – your auto loan, credit cards, student loans, etc – remain entirely your responsibility after you marry.
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