Posted by RahaimSaints on October 1, 2015 | Divorce
Some people consider a prenuptial agreement unromantic â€” but there’s nothing romantic about being financially distressed after a divorce or a marriage breakup because you don’t have this type of agreement in place. The sad reality is that not all relationships survive. Even the strongest sometimes succumb to time, disagreements or other factors. A prenuptial agreement protects you and your family in case something goes wrong.
There are several excellent reasons why youâ€™ll want a prenuptial agreement before marriage:
1) It starts your marriage off with trust.
Trusting someone enough to discuss difficult financial matters is very important in a relationship. If you canâ€™t trust your future spouse enough to discuss these difficult topics, how will you discuss other difficult problems during the relationship?…
Posted by RahaimSaints on September 17, 2015 | Personal Injury
If you work in a traditional job, your employer is likely required by law to pay for workersâ€™ compensation insurance for you. Should you get injured on the job, these benefits can help you pay for medical bills, lost wages and other expenses as you recover.
Are You Entitled to Workersâ€™ Compensation?
If you work in a job that is full-time or part-time, you may be covered by workersâ€™ compensation. Under Delaware laws, all employers who have at least one employee must pay for this coverage. You do not have to pay into this type of insurance â€” your employer must pay the benefits for you.
There are exceptions to workersâ€™ compensation coverage. If you are an independent contractor or freelancer, you may not be covered by these benefits.…
Posted by RahaimSaints on September 10, 2015 | Personal Injury
Injuries can happen in any workplace. While most of us consider workplaces such as factories and construction sites to be especially dangerous, the reality is that injuries and even fatalities occur in stores, restaurants, offices and other workplaces, too.
Employers are expected to provide safe workplaces for their employees. When employers fail to do this, and their negligence or recklessness leads to a workplace accident or injury, they can be held legally liable. If an accident occurs in the workplace, employers must take steps to prevent further injury or harm.
What About Employees?
Employees can do a great deal to make their jobs safer or more dangerous. Some may be careless on the job or ignore safety measures on purpose. What does the law say about that?…