Everyone wants more money, but hardly anyone is willing to start a business of their own to get it. The fact of the matter is, the biggest earners in the world are no longer the kings and sultans (with some exceptions) but from businessmen and businesswomen who were willing to risk it all. The funny thing about the risk of running a business is, it isn’t as risky as you might think.
It seems like couples everywhere are calling it quits and ending marriages in divorce at an alarming rate. Thinking about the divorce of loved ones, or yourself, elicits a sense of pity, remorse, and even fear. The stigma of divorce can be even scarier than the actual process, preventing many couples from taking the steps necessary to achieve genuine happiness.
Thankfully for startups everywhere, a pen and paper are not our only resources anymore! There are hundreds of gadgets, services and applications to assist your business and improve productivity. Whether you’re a new business, or you have been around for a while, trying to maneuver through the legal aspect of your business can often be complex and confusing. However, there are a few apps that can make this process quicker and simpler. We’ve compiled a list of the six apps you need to download now for your business!
Often times divorce does not only affect the two spouses involved. Even if you did not intend for it, many times your family will be dragged into the discussions, consequences and decisions. Whether your kids are younger or older, divorce can still be hard on everyone included. Even the pets can be affected by divorce! We’ve put together a few simple tips to help guide you through this complicated time.
Spousal support is a term that you typically will only hear if you’re going through a divorce or about to start the proceedings. Most people know it as “alimony.” The terms mean the same thing, and the topic is very important both during and after a divorce.
Child custody cases can be some of the most trying times of an adults’ life, but often times it’s much harder for your children. When entering into mediations, it’s important to remember why you want to be with your kids, and take an honest look at whether this is going to benefit the children or you more.
Starting a small business is difficult enough as is without any legal potholes or problems. As a small business owner you have enough to worry about, and you don’t want to be stressing out about business law. We can help your business stand on its own two feet, make sure it’s legally protected and offer advice on the best practices moving forward. However, for some simple tips that can be easily followed, take a look at this list we created of easy ways to avoid legal issues for your small business.
Domestic violence is an incredibly serious issue that in no way should be taken lightly. Some individuals can spot it early on and aren’t sure how to handle things, while others may never have seen it coming. At Von Esch Law we take domestic violence very seriously, which is why we work closely with the spouses and families involved to end abuse. If you are worried you may be in danger or at risk of domestic violence it is important to reach out for help or support. We’ve put together a list of some ways to spot domestic violence early on. Although if your spouse is guilty of some of these things it may not necessarily lead to abuse, but more often than not we see cases of it happening. If your spouse is guilty of any of these things, be alert and let someone know you are worried.
Starting a new business is bold and brave but can also be a little scary at times. You are venturing into new territory and putting yourself and your belongings on the line to follow your dreams and put faith in what you think will succeed. Although we could explain on a very complex legal platform how to optimize your success, we’ve kept things simple for your benefit. Here’s a short list of a few business practices to consider following that may have gotten lost in all of the detailed documents. These rules of thumb may not hold up your entire business but they will certainly help things move along.
Divorce is a difficult situation for all parties involved because it can take time, money and an emotional toll. Divorce can get especially complicated if there are children involved and custody becomes an issue as well. If you or a family member is going through a divorce make sure to take note of these myths about divorce that can seriously change a situation if you believe them to be true.