business assets

Success: How To Protect Your Business Assets

Congratulations! After years of hard work, long hours, and uncertainty, your small business has established itself as a success. You are likely enjoying the comfort that comes with increased revenue, regular customers, and greater financial security. But along with these accomplishments come additional risks. As your business grows, you will likely acquire more assets and […]

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Statute of Limitations

Too Late? Keep Track of Your Statute of Limitations

All states impose limitations on how long an individual has to bring a legal claim against another person or entity. While states and their judiciaries want to protect litigants and give them the opportunity to fully develop their legal claims, this must be balanced against the interests of efficiency and fairness. In other words, states […]

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overtime requirements

Overtime for Salaried Workers – What’s Required?

Employees typically come in two forms: salaried workers and hourly employees. When evaluating whether to bring individuals on as salaried or hourly, many employers assume that they can avoid paying overtime to salaried workers. While this is sometimes true, it is not always the case and employers who do not familiarize themselves with the relevant […]

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Grandparent rights

Grandparents’ Rights After Divorce: Protecting Your Relationship

  One of the most difficult issues that any divorcing couple faces is how to handle division of child custody. Most parents naturally want as much time as possible with their children. Therefore, the thought of giving up time – even the smallest amount – can be difficult. What often gets lost in the custody […]

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