There are numerous steps to opening a new business: from creating a business plan, to finding investors, to making your first sale. But opening the doors to your new office space is one particularly exciting and momentous step in the process.
Divorce is a major life event. If your marriage has recently terminated, you're probably more than ready to put the arduous legal process behind you.
Under both federal and Minnesota state law, employers cannot discriminate against an individual in terms of employment because of that person's age. A person falls into the age-protected class as soon as they reach the ripe old age of 40.
Every day, parents make decisions on how best to care for and protect their children. These decisions are often minor or routine. However, parents also make difficult decisions to protect their kids--decisions that can have a significant impact on a child's life.
People end their marriages for myriad reasons--and often not just for one reason. That said, there are some more common reasons why people divorce. We explore some of these reasons below and offer tips on navigating the legal process when these common reasons play a role in your divorce.
Is 2019 the year you will start your own business? If so, one of the first things you need to consider is the type of business structure that best serves your purposes. The legal structure you choose will affect, among other things, your personal liability, your ability to raise money for your business, and the taxes you pay.