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August 2018 Archives

Second homes might present a challenge during a divorce

Vacation homes are a fun investment when you can afford them. Even though you might have some hiccups with having a second home, such as having to find a way to make repairs when you aren't there, it is generally a good experience. There is one time when you might find that the home is more trouble than you really want to deal with - during a divorce. We are here to help you determine how you are going to divide up the property, including that vacation home.

The hidden costs of raising a child to think about during divorce

You might think that you only need to make one child support payment with each check and then you are done with your financial obligation to your children. This isn't the case. You likely will need to help cover other financial aspects of raising the children. Your exact responsibilities are included in your child support order. Knowing what is included and what you need to do is very important so you do not risk any contempt of court.

Consider the specifics of your work-related injury

There are many different hazards that workers face on a daily basis while they do their jobs. Employers may try to minimize risks to their employees, but there isn't any way that all work injuries will be prevented. Instead, workers need to be able to count on the workers' compensation system when they do suffer an injury that requires medical care or time off work.

Employees might qualify for workers' compensation after an injury

Sometimes, workers are skeptical of letting their employer know about an accident that caused an injury. There are many reasons for this but many are concerned with what the employer might do after the report is made. Just to be clear: Employers can't retaliate against employees just because of an injury or accident report and subsequent workers' compensation claim.

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