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Recent Blog Posts

Safe Driving Tips For Senior Citizens

Driving can become increasingly difficult in your golden years, but there are some tips and resources worth looking into before handing over the keys to your car! Today Your Legal Corner will share “safe driving tips for senior citizens.” Driving is a privilege that should not be taken for granted. Just like our health, it… Read More »

A Teenager’s Perspective on Safe Driving

Many teens will be on the road this summer, and some of them for the very first time. This week we hear from one young driver about what safe driving means to him. Today Your Legal Corner will share “a teenager’s perspective on safe driving.” Sometimes when I look back on my younger days, I… Read More »

Child Labor Laws and Summer Employment

For some parents, this summer will bring with it their teen’s first job hunt. This is a particularly exciting milestone, but there are some child labor laws parents should be aware of. Today Your Legal Corner will discuss “child labor laws and summer employment.” If you have children, than guaranteed you have heard the plea-Mom/Dad,… Read More »

Can Your Family File a Worker’s Comp Claim After Your Death?

We work hard to support ourselves and our loved ones, but not always without certain work hazards. This week, Your Legal Corner talks about dependents being covered under workers compensation claims in the event of your untimely demise. Today Your Legal Corner will discuss “workers’ comp settlement after death.” Are you considered the multifaceted breadwinner… Read More »

Workers Compensation Claim for Stress Related Injury

If you are experiencing severe symptoms of stress from your job it may be possible to seek out a workers comp claim. Today Your Legal Corner will discuss “employee stress and workers compensation.” In this hectic, multitasking world in which we live, stress is unavoidable. However, when it comes to stress, we are not all… Read More »

Workers Compensation and Employee Termination – Can You Be Fired After Workers Comp Claim?

Some people who have been hurt on the job are hesitant to file a work injury claim; can you really be fired after a workers’ comp claim? Today Your Legal Corner will discuss “workers compensation and employee termination.” Anais Nin, a leading writer of the 20th century, wrote, “we do not see things as they… Read More »

Estate Creditors and Claims Against an Estate

To lessen the burden whilst dealing with an estate matter, it is important to be aware of how the creditors of an estate are to be paid. Today Your Legal Corner will discuss “estate creditors.” There is nothing more painful than the loss of a loved one. It is often during this time, when we… Read More »

The Top Reasons to Register a Will

You’ve finished creating your will and have signed the dotted line; find out why you may not be officially finished creating a will just yet. Today Your Legal Corner will discuss “the reasons to register a will.” After spending a wonderful Valentine weekend with my children, I felt a little melancholy, even sad, wondering where… Read More »

Estate Tax Consequences After a Death

Tax season is upon us, but unless you’re a well versed accountant, putting together the pieces to the puzzle can be confusing. Your Legal Corner helps clarify some concerns regarding estate taxes. Today Your Legal Corner will provide information on “death and tax consequences.” Benjamin Franklin is credited with the famous saying, “In this world,… Read More »

Making An Organ Donor Pledge

Valentine’s Day is around the corner…why not give the gift of life? YLC discusses the ins and outs of becoming an organ donor. Today Your Legal Corner will provide information on making an organ donor pledge. Last week, I had the humbling personal experience of learning just how much I relied on my computer to… Read More »

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