For most people with a small business they've built up over the years, sharing their business with their ex-spouse after a divorce is not ideal. While it's technically possible to co-operate a business with an ex, it's hard to get the balance right and many businesses don't survive this situation. So, how can you help ensure that your ex doesn't end up with half your business? Here are four things you can do to save it.
When you've been in a car accident, you have the right to receive full compensation for your injuries. However, in order to obtain compensation, you need to handle your lawsuit the right way. This includes naming the right parties in your lawsuit. The Other Driver The other driver is pretty obvious. Most of the time, one of the drivers is at direct fault for the accident. Common driver errors that cause accidents include following too closely, unsafe lane changes, and running red lights or stop signs.
If you are a nurse, you likely have worked hard to get into your position. If somebody or something threatens to take it away from you, you are likely looking for the tools to defend yourself. Unfortunately, you may be in a position where you need to defend your nursing license. These are some of the things you need to know about defending your nursing license. Several Types of Claims Exist
Most people already know that it can take a long time for Social Security claims to be processed. The backup is not getting shorter, unfortunately, as more and more people than ever before end up too sick to work because of the COVID-19 outbreak. While it can be extremely frustrating to wait on the Social Security Administration (SSA), you can take action to make things go faster. Read on to find out how.
The cost and lasting effects of a DUI conviction can be devastating for most people. Not only can a conviction like this cost you thousands of dollars in fines and associated expenses, but it can also follow you and make it difficult to get a job, particularly because these convictions can result in a license suspension and a lasting criminal record. Here's a look at a few things you need to know about your DUI case as you prepare to head to court.