Private School Enrollment Contracts-the Devil is in the Details

It’s hard for me to believe that this time next year my eldest daughter will be getting ready to start high school. She might be ready, but I’m certainly not. I’m sure my parents said the same thing about me, but it is so different for teenagers today. Between the pressures of social media and […]

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Top Ten Legal Issues for Small Business Owners

Do you remember falling asleep as a kid to the sound of David Letterman or Johnny Carson in the background? If I managed to sneak back out to the living room, the cut-off for returning back to my bed was the end of David Letterman’s Top Ten List. My all time favorite? Top Ten Things […]

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When Should You Be Superman and When Should You Be Clark Kent-Duty to Rescue

The internet loves an everyday hero story. Mystery hero who made daring fire rescue meets the man he saved. Quick-thinking bus driver saves unconscious motorist. Hero teen struck by truck still pulls man to safety. While we all may love a hero, what does the law say about when you should help and when you […]

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What NOT to Include in Your Will

There have been some crazy wills and unusual bequests from eccentric folks over the years. Take William Shakespeare. Widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world’s pre-eminent dramatist, he famously bequeathed his “second-best bed” to his wife and the remainder of his assets (and presumably his “best bed”) to his daughter. […]

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