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Posted on June 5th, 2015

Many times employees question whether they should be paid overtime or not if their company forces them to work more than 40 hours a week or for longer than eight hours a day. If a business is in a state that has a clearly defined overtime law or a business is covered by the FSLA then every employee is entitled to be paid overtime unless they are part of one of the groups that are considered exemptions. Common workers that… Read More>>

Language is Power in Employer/Employee Bargaining

Posted on June 1st, 2015

In legal situations where no lawyer is present, both parties need to speak for themselves. As a result, language truly provides power. Often, the person or entity that is more well-spoken or well-read has an advantage in the case. That doesn't mean it's a competition of who is more literate; it simply means that this individual generally better understands the specifics of the situation.The employer is usually the person or the entity with the advantage in language. These individuals understand… Read More>>

Filing an Employment Lawsuit

Posted on May 30th, 2015

Employment lawsuits can be exceptionally personal and cruel. The employer will take the first opportunity to investigate your computer and read the emails before doing anything else. He is trying to get information about the lawsuit that you may have told others, including an attorney.Before you make the decision to file a lawsuit against your former employer, be sure you are ready.1. Contact an experienced employment lawyer2. Be mentally prepared 3. Be emotionally prepared.As your former employer, he is aware… Read More>>

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Posted on April 21st, 2015

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Mediation: Costs

Posted on April 3rd, 2015

When agreeing your lawyer and the defenses lawyer agrees to a mediation to settle a suit, some fine details have to be considered. The defense is going to push for you to pay half the cost of the mediation process. There is advantages and disadvantages for accepting to pay half.The Advantages of Paying Half The MediationWhen you and your lawyer agree to half the mediation cost, it sends several messages. It will send the message to the defense that you… Read More>>

Rights of Shareholders

Posted on April 3rd, 2015

An individual who invests and purchases in the stock market becomes a shareholder and has the opportunity to enjoy many of the advantages that the stock in a corporation offers. It should be noted that as with any investment, there are risks that should be taken into consideration. If certain conditions are not followed, it is possible for a shareholder to lose their investment. It is an excellent idea for an individual who is considering investing in a corporation to… Read More>>

Proper Will Handling

Posted on March 26th, 2015

A business formation attorney can advise you on the best business entity for your company's needs. An attorney will help you review liability levels, any potential risks, and taxation information. Be sure to discuss your company's asset protection potential with your attorney as well.Why you should keep your business protected?A company's assets may be a risk in a lawsuit depending on its business formation. There are some specific methods that can help protect company assets and decrease the possibility of… Read More>>

Using VCIS to Track Your Bankruptcy Case

Posted on February 22nd, 2014

Guam Bankruptcy Lawyer He talks about ways to obtain information on the status of your case. Call 671-637-9620 for a consultation.While your Guam bankruptcy lawyer is always available to answer questions, there are several self-help systems you can use to track your case. One of these is the Voice Case Information System, or VCIS. What is VCISVCIS allows you to get information about your case using a touch tone telephone. Since VCIS is available 24 hours a day, seven days… Read More>>

Bank Page – Chapter 13 Debtor’s Repayment Plan Modification or Suspension of Payments

Posted on February 20th, 2014

Guam bankruptcy attorney, Guam bankruptcy lawyerModifying the Chapter 13 Debtor's Repayment Plan or Suspending Payments Filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy requires the debtor to set up a payment plan that usually lasts from three to five years. During that period of time, it's not unusual for the debtor to experience financial changes that would require the Chapter 13 plan to be modified. A salary increase at work, suffering from a serious medical illness or the birth of a child are… Read More>>

Guam Bankruptcy Attorney Discusses Exemptions That Protect Your Property

Posted on February 11th, 2014

It's important to know what property you will be able to keep if you choose to file bankruptcy. Debtors can utilize federal or state exemptions to prevent their property from being seized by the bankruptcy court. Retaining certain assets not only gives you peace of mind, but it also helps you to make a fresh start after you've successfully completed the bankruptcy process. A Guam bankruptcy attorney needs to assess several factors to determine which exemptions can be used to… Read More>>

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