You Are Browsing ‘Decision Makers’ Category

Become a Legal Nurse Consultant: The Basic You Need to Know

A medical team isn’t just composed entirely of medical and health care  practitioners such as physicians, surgeons, specialists, and nurses. It also consists of a legal part, which plays many different roles in ensuring that patients receive their deserved health care services and treatment. And some of the most important players in the legal aspect of health care are legal nurse consultants. A 101 on What...

Legal Nurse Consulting: Perfect for Retired Nurses

Retiring and enjoying their time is what some nurses want to do in the future. Other retired nurses, however, still want to continue working on ventures that are still connected to their careers. Legal nurse consulting is an interesting option for a post-retirement career. Considerable Pay – Lawyers may be familiar with the law regarding medicine, but most know how illnesses and the healthcare system works....

How a Family Lawyer Can Help You Prepare for Divorce

Divorce can be messy or straightforward. It all depends on how prepared you are right from the start. For this, you will need the help of a family lawyer who specializes in divorce cases in your state. Find out how a legal professional can help you prepare for and go through this difficult time. Divorcing in Denver If you live in Denver, one of the things that you have to keep in mind is that divorce in Coloradof can...

The Importance of a Last Will and Testament

Do you know what will happen tomorrow? A week from now? A year? A decade? The truth is nobody knows what the future holds and, God forbid, something awful happens to you. You should have a say in the management and distribution of your assets, especially if you have minors in your care. All these problems have one solution: a last will and testament. And if you have not written yours yet, it is high time that...

Landlord Best Practices to Avoid Security Deposit Disputes

Disputes about returning of security deposits are common and could result in lawsuits. By observing these best practices, however, you would know how to manage these complicated situations that involve disputes over rental property damage, cleaning costs, and back rent. Always Return Your Tenant’s Deposit On Time Under Colorado law, the due date for itemizing and returning a security deposit is a month —...

Choosing Divorce Mediation? Here’s What You Should Know

When it comes to ending a marriage, not all couples end up on extremely bad terms. There are still those who can work with each other and are willing to negotiate to reach a mutual agreement. If you and your spouse can talk to each other without in being in a combative mode, divorce mediation may be a good option. Long Island divorce mediation experts note that many are familiar with it, but not all completely...

Asset Protection: Securing Your Real Estate Holdings

When you have much of your life savings in your rental real estate, you have to make sure it’s protected. Asset protection is not just for the big investors, it’s something that all investors should practice. You are a Target Your rental properties have a big target sign on it, especially if it is under your name. If you own multiple rental units, one lawsuit can cause you to lose all your properties. Liability...

Giving Birth Abroad: What Happens to Your Child’s Citizenship

According to the Association of Americans Resident Overseas (AARO), as of March 2015, there are about 8 million Americans, excluding military, living abroad in more than 160 countries. A report by the expat insider, moreover, reveals that one of the reasons Americans move away from home is because of romantic relationships. They move abroad to make it easier to maintain a committed relationship with a partner...

The Shocking Yet Factual Reasons People Get Divorce

Marriage – one of the supposedly happiest and most special as well as memorable events in one’s life. For many, their marital status continues happily and indeed “till death do us part,” but unfortunately, experts project that about 40 to 50 percent of these end up in a divorce. Many studies even reveal that there are certain states in the U. S. where marriages die, and unfortunately, Colorado makes...

Evicting a Commercial Tenant: What Every Landlord Must Know

As a landlord, evicting a tenant is not always a pleasant nor an easy experience. This is especially true when attempting to evict a commercial tenant. Aside from being time-consuming and costly, it could even be dangerous and hostile in some instances. The Power of a Clear and Strong Lease Incomplete, unclear, and weakly drafted lease agreements are among the leading causes of tenant-landlord disputes. Whether...