Who's In Charge After A Death?

Posted on: 9 June 2020

Dealing with a loved one's death often presents the survivors with many stressful moments. The deceased has a great deal of control over how events unfold after their death, however, and leaving clear and well-thought-out instructions can play a key role in relieving family members of some of the burden. Often, loved ones need a go-to person to call on that is available when they call on them. Read on to find out more about the relationship between family members and the estate's personal representative (or executor).
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Don't Let A DWI Endanger Your Job Situation

Posted on: 7 May 2020

Driving under while intoxicated (DWI) charges are a cut above many charges. The lobbying efforts of organizations like Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD) have shined a light on impaired driving, and punishments have become increasingly serious. Those wide-ranging penalties will often affect the right to drive a vehicle. Unfortunately, a side effect of those penalties could lead to the endangerment of a job. Read on to find out more. License Losses
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Going Into Law? Why You Should Become A Criminal Defense Attorney

Posted on: 30 March 2020

If you've always had a passion for justice and a knack for persuasiveness, becoming a lawyer can allow you to put your skills and traits to the test. Attorneys represent all kinds of clients and causes and when you want a great career that allows you to put all of your strengths on the table, the legal field is most definitely a top option. After you've made the decision to become a lawyer, you must then determine what branch to pursue.
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The Gender Pay Gap — 5 Ways To Compare 'Equal Work'

Posted on: 25 February 2020

Do you suspect that you may suffer from gender pay discrimination? This pervasive problem can be hard to detect, but it could cost you thousands of dollars and affect your earning potential for years to come.   Gender pay discrimination — the act of paying a female employee less than a male counterpart for equal work — sounds simple but is difficult to prove. After all, first you must find a counterpart who completes 'equal work.
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