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How to List Assets for Divorce

The start of any divorce process can be confusing and overwhelming for those involved. As you and your spouse begin to separate your lives, you will also be splitting your personal items and finances. Because of this, it’s necessary to list your assets and debts properly; this will help you avoid [...]

What Legal Rights Does a Non-Custodial Parent Have?

When it comes to child custody, the two main types of custody that can be awarded to parents are custodial and non-custodial. Custodial parents are the ones who have primary physical custody of the child, while non-custodial parents have visitation rights. Typically, the non-custodial parent may als [...]

Can you go to jail for credit card debt?

Back in the olden days of England there were things called “debtors’ prisons,” but those have long since been done away with in modern times. These days, no one goes to jail for credit card debt. However, credit card debt can cause all kinds of other hardships including stress, financial woe [...]

How to Classify an Independent Contractor vs. an Employee

The rise of the gig economy has stimulated a lot of discussion in the media regarding how to classify an independent contractor vs. an employee while staying on the right side of employment laws. If you’re an employer, you may see advantages to hiring contractors instead of employees, particularly [...]