May is Mental Health Wellness Month. The goal of Mental Health Wellness Month is to increase mental health awareness and to highlight the importance of taking care of our mental health. We are discussing 5 things you can do for your mental health today.
The royal wedding is just around the corner and it looks like there will not be a Prenuptial Agreement. Learn more about what a prenuptial agreement is and if it’s something you and your partner should consider.
Common-law marriages and domestic partnerships can seem similar but they do have differences when it comes to requirements and benefits.
The U.S. government is broken into three branches, Executive, Legislative and Judicial, to create a separation of power. We have put together a short refresher on the three branches and their different powers.
A DBA, or “doing business as” is the practice of using a fictitious or assumed business name to trade under. On this blog post, we are talking about what a DBA is and how to file if it is needed.
Having an Employee Handbook can help communicate basic yet important information like procedures and policies to workers. Learn more about an employee handbook today.
Everyone can appreciate a break every once and awhile but does an employer have to provide one legally? Rocket Lawyer is discussing five things you should know about employment laws regarding breaks.
It is important to know your rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act so you can protect yourself from unfair debt collection practices. We put together a guide to help understand what can and cannot be done when collecting on a debt.
We got the chance to chat with On Call attorney Stuart Bronstein and he answered some of the top questions regarding the new tax law.
What happens if you don’t file your taxes on time? Back taxes can be problematic, but Rocket Lawyer has tips on how to file your taxes legally.
Springtime is the perfect time to get your legal documents, reviewed, updated and organized. A lot can change in a year so it’s always a good idea to make sure you are prepared.
Discrimination in the workplace can be costly if not handled properly. Learn more about what might be qualified as discrimination and how to reduce your risk as an employer.