A Few Simple Tips for Couples During Divorce
Sometimes, divorce is inevitable. People come together and they fall apart — it’s as simple as that. It can be painful, and it can seem quite embarrassing at times. But there’s no reason to make it more difficult than it has to be.
- Listening It seems incredibly obvious that listening is an important part in a relationship, but it’s something that gets ignored and is forgotten quickly. The worst thing is when you have a huge fight over a simple misunderstanding, and you realize how ridiculous your fight is only after it’s too late. Listening takes a surprising amount of self-control and patience, but it really does pay off in the end.
- Considering the children If you have kids, your number one priority is probably to make sure that they are as comfo Continue Reading
Killer Whales In Captivity Should It Be Legal?
The death of Sea World trainer Dawn Brancheau — and especially the documentary that brought it to everyone’s attention, Blackfish — have stirred up quite the controversy. Earlier this year, California law makers even toyed with establishing new state and/or federal statutes and regulations, ones that would end Sea World San Diego’s world-famous Shamu Show.
New Law Would Prohibit Capture, Breeding, And Showcasing Of Orca Whales
“The bill would have banned the import, export, and breeding of orcas while requiring SeaWorld San Diego to move its 10 killer whales out of tanks and into larger sea pens,” ABC News writes. Unfortunately, law makers did not know what to do with the proposed bill, or the The Orca Welfare And Safety Act. Continue Reading
Injured? Tips for Building a Strong Slip and Fall Claim
Slip and fall is a type of personal injury claim that covers accidents where a person slips, trips or and falls because of negligence and lack of proper maintenance on the part of the property owner.
These falls can result from uneven or wet walking surfaces, ice, loose carpeting, uneven stairs, loose objects, poor lighting and unexpected dangers. In Canada, 80% of personal injury falls were suffered by people ages 65 and over in 2009.
Responsibility for these injuries generally rests with the person who occupies the premise where the injured party ran into dangerous conditions. This doesn’t necessarily indicate the property owner: occupants can Continue Reading
What to Do When Your Former Employer Stops Paying Your Pension
Did you know that ERISA, or the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, was signed into federal law in 1974? ERISA establishes minimum standards for pension plans, and it also describes the laws for employee benefit plans. However, if your former employer decides to end your pension plan after becoming disabled, it is important to seek legal help immediately. By doing so, you will be able to fight to get the compensation you are entitled to.
– What can an attorney do for you outside of court? Before fighting your case in court, ERISA lawyers will help you understand your rights. For example, they will guide you through your SPD, or Summa Continue Reading