Why Finding Your Dream Home Is Only the Start of the Process

If you and your loved one have been hunting for a new home for a long time, you may have finally found the house of your dreams. You may have been exhausted by the whole process and think that the most difficult part of your work is now over. However, you need to pay very careful attention to the legal process ahead if you're going to ensure that you actually get this special property, and in particular, you need to deal with conveyancing issues. [Read More]

Separation and Divorce: Why a Court Divorce Should be Your Last Resort

Statistics have it that 36 percent of all married couples end up divorced. What this means is that lots of people will be affected directly or indirectly by divorce and everyone should think about the details that go into the divorce process. The initial stage of separation is characterized by anger and pain so it can be very tempting to choose litigation over other forms of divorce settlements because you don't want to talk to your partner. [Read More]

How to Follow Up Non-Payments in an Online Sales Business

If you work online and are regularly collecting payment directly, in your bank account or via PayPal, it can cause a lot of difficulties when you don't receive payment within a short time frame. If you have a lot of items unpaid for, that stock is taking up space and reducing the number of items you can order in for other paying customers. Although as a business owner you may be worried about your brand reputation, it's important to remember that not all customers are good for your business. [Read More]

Understanding the Nature and Scope of Legal Provisions in Workers Compensation

Essentially, the reason everyone strives to get a job is to have a reliable source of income that will enable him or her to meet daily needs. This is why compensation is such an elemental part of the laws governing employment. It is your right to receive a reasonable compensation, which is commensurate with the services that you offer your employer. Today, remuneration packages have been refined to include more items other than your wage or salary. [Read More]