If your business is currently navigating through a commercial lawsuit, here are three tips that will help you successfully make your way through the process. #1 Limit What You Say Make sure that you limit what you say to your adversary. If you can avoid it, don't talk to the party that is suing you. Do not have conversations with them in front of other people. Anyone who witnesses your conversations can be called up to offer testimony in a deposition, so you need to worry about not just talking to the party you are engaged in the lawsuit with, but also anyone who hears you talking to them.
The popular game show, Family Feud, pits two families against each other in a battle of wits. The families have to guess, or name, the most probable answers to the questions asked by the host. When you are in the midst of a real family feud, it is not quite so much fun. However, if you can name the five issues covered under family law, you are already ahead of the game.
Getting a divorce shouldn't sound a death knell for your small business. Unfortunately, that's the position you are likely to find yourself in if you don't take preventive measures to safeguard the business during your divorce. Here are three measures that should help your business emerge from the divorce unscathed: Keep Business and Personal Finances Separate The worst thing you can do for your business is to mix its money with your marital assets.
About 48 million of people suffer food poisoning every year; of these 128,000 require hospitalization, and 3,000 die. Therefore, the risk of you getting food poisoning isn't that far removed from reality. The following precautions should be part of your life; they will help you to prevent food poisoning and recover fast in case you are poisoned: Know Your Restaurants Don't just eat in any restaurant; read reviews first to help you weed out the obviously dangerous ones.
A goal you may have had with your spouse was to save for retirement. Unfortunately, your plans may be severely disrupted if you decide to get a divorce after you start putting money away. Here is some essential information you should know about how retirement benefits are handled during divorce proceedings. Social Security Benefits Were you aware that you are still entitled to your former partner's social security benefits after a divorce?