Do you know what happens if a tenant does not pay rent or if it's overdue? Read this article to learn information about it.
Have you been a target of domain theft? This is called the common law tort of conversion, which exposes you to liability for damages in a civil lawsuit; it applies when someone intentionally interferes with personal property belonging to another person. If you have been victim to domain theft, this article will clarify what you can do and what precautions to take moving forward.
Tax forgiveness is an option available to many individuals and families. Under certain circumstances the IRS considers forgiving tax liability, your current financial condition is taken under consideration first which means the IRS CAN’T collect more than you can reasonably pay. It is important to acknowledge your situation and write down the obstacles that are preventing you from paying your tax debt.
Sick leave employment benefits may be available to you during Coronavirus Pandemic. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with Caronavirus or you are unable to care for your children and work at the same time as a result of school children being home, you may be entitled to paid sick leave, even if your employment contract does have any paid sick leave.
If you find yourself in a bind financially during Coronavirus and you are worried about rent, now is the time to contact your landlord. Evictions during Coronavirus pandemic are not allowed. While it is true that your landlord cannot evict you while the courts are closed, they can seek more damages after the courts open back up. That is why it is important to work with your landlord now on a peaceful resolution rather than waiting until later.
Do you have an advance medical directive? What will happen to you if you are unconscious? What If you are put on a ventilator or need invasive surgery and cannot consent? The answer will lie with your “Next of Kin” who will be consulted on all matters other than resuscitation or to be taken off a ventilator if the hospital decides to use your bed for someone else.