Most people do not enter into their marriages with the idea that they will eventually get divorced. Still, marriages come to an end all the time, and you may now face this situation yourself. You have likely heard horror stories about the legal process involved with divorce, and some of your close friends or family may even encourage you to take your soon-to-be ex for all that he or she is worth.
If you experience sexual harassment in your Massachusetts's workplace, you should feel safe in the knowledge that your employer will deal with the issue in a swift and effective manner. Unfortunately, what should happen is not always what does happen.
Like many other Massachusetts residents, you may enjoy watching daytime court television shows, such as The People's Court or Judge Judy. While we at the law offices of Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, LLP, also find these shows entertaining, we know that they represent merely a slice of what actually goes on during the civil litigation process.
Few people see confronting their mortality as a pleasant prospect. For this reason, many put off writing their wills and other essential elements of estate planning. For business owners in Massachusetts and elsewhere, it can be devastating to surviving family members if there is no business succession plan in place to address the owner's unexpected death. It is important to include a concise business succession plan in one's estate planning.
Whether your home sustained roof damage in a storm or you were in a motor vehicle accident, you are likely to deal with insurance companies. Most people in Massachusetts and elsewhere will file an insurance claim at some point during their lifetime. Sometimes the process is simple and straightforward. However, in other cases, you may find yourself struggling with the insurance company at every step.