Sexually Harassed at Work? 3 Steps to Take

When you go to work, you expect it to be a safe place. However, sometimes people face things like sexual harassment. If you were recently sexually harassed at your office--whether verbally or physically--you may feel violated and devastated. To make sure that you are taken care of and that you are represented fairly at the workplace, there are three specific steps that you should take. Are you interested in learning more about what steps you need to take? [Read More]

Unemployed? Answers To Your Child Support Questions

When it comes to paying child support, it is the family courts that will decide the amount that you pay as a parent. One question that many parents often have is what happens if they lose their job and cannot pay the child support that they are financially obligated by the court to pay. Keep reading to learn the answer to this question as well as other answers to questions regarding child support payments associated with unemployment. [Read More]

What Happens If You Don't Have A Will?

Do you have a will? If not, you could be taking a serious risk with your estate. You've likely worked hard to accumulate assets and build a legacy to pass on to the next generation. A will is a simple, but powerful financial tool that helps you direct the distribution of those assets. You can use your will to direct how your assets are passed onto your heirs and which heir should receive which asset. [Read More]

Workers Compensation Insurance From The Employer's Perspective

One of the more complex issues employers have to deal with is workers compensation insurance. This government program protects employers from being taken to court over injuries that occur on the job. The following article takes a closer look at the workers compensation program from an employer's perspective. Need to Carry The majority of employers will need to carry workers compensation insurance, although there are some important exceptions. The requirements vary from state to state, but generally, employers who have more than one or two workers must participate in the program. [Read More]