When Do Child Support Obligations End?

Posted on: 22 May 2020

When it comes to child support obligations, a lot of parents assume that these obligations end as soon as the minor child reaches 18 years of age. In most cases, this is true. However, there are certain exceptions to this rule in which the child support obligations will extend into the adulthood of the child. Keep reading to learn more about how child support, the minor child's age, and parental obligations come together in terms of family law.
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Hit-And-Run Truck Accident — What Next?

Posted on: 24 April 2020

When you are in an auto accident with a truck, you can face significantly serious injuries — some very expensive even. You expect truck drivers to have insurance and to stay at the scene of an accident, but this does not always happen. Unfortunately, you could find yourself in a situation with a truck driver who flees the scene, leaving you with more questions than answers. In some cases, a truck could run you off the road, causing you to crash but leaving with no injuries.
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Understanding The Corporate Veil

Posted on: 18 March 2020

One of the main arguments for establishing a proper corporation instead of carrying on without incorporation is to receive a degree of personal protection against the losses and liabilities of the business. When corporate lawyer service providers talk about this sort of situation, they sometimes refer to it as the "corporate veil." Let's take a look at what the corporate veil is and what some of its implications are. The Basics
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The Basics Of Uncompensated Work Time

Posted on: 11 February 2020

When you work for an employer, that employer has an obligation to pay you according to the terms of the labor laws. If, for any reason, you haven't been paid according to the terms of your employment or according to the labor laws, you may be able to make a claim against your employer for that compensation. Here's what you need to know about your rights to claim for unpaid wages and what you have to prove.
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