Signing Under Duress: Can You Be Forced to Sign a Contract?


A valid contract is a legally enforceable agreement between two or more mentally competent parties. Your signature on a contract affirms that you understand and accept the terms, whether they […]

What Makes a Contract Null and Void?


When you sign a contract, you’re agreeing to its terms and are legally obligated to fulfill them — if the contract is valid. However, a contract may be deemed null […]

Leaving California: Tax Implications for Out-of-State Workers


In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, America is experiencing a wave of suburban relocation unseen since the 1950s. As interest rates fall to historic lows and professional sector jobs […]

Can a Minor Sign a Contract?


Minors are individuals under the age of majority, which is 19 in Alabama and Nebraska and 18 in all other states. Because they are not considered adults under the law, […]

2020 State-by-State Voter Registration Deadlines


Election Day 2020 is on Tuesday, November 3rd, and it’s bound to be one of the most exciting and consequential elections so far this century. If you’re planning to participate, […]

What Makes a Contract Legally Binding?


A legally enforceable agreement between two (or more) parties, often an exchange of goods or services, is called a contract. A contract may be legally formed by a verbal agreement […]

Changes to Child Custody and Visitation During COVID-19


If you share physical custody of your minor children with an ex, then you understand the stress these arrangements can cause. You hope the other parent is following the terms […]

Divorce and Separation During COVID-19: A Legal Guide


Even in the best of times, divorce is stressful and challenging. In the midst of a pandemic, those challenges are multiplied. That’s why we’ve compiled answers to some common questions […]

Should I Sign a Prenuptial Agreement?


Many people believe a Prenuptial Agreement, or prenup, is a bad idea because it implies they are planning on a divorce at the same time they’re planning a wedding. But […]

Eviction Moratorium Issued by Centers for Disease Control


Millions of people across the United States are still out of work because of the devastation wrought by COVID-19. While unemployed or furloughed, many are concerned about paying their rent […]

Election 2020: Voting and Registration Questions Answered


Voting in local, state, and national elections is one of the most important ways to ensure that government at all levels adequately represents the will of its citizens. Since voter […]

Signing an Employment Contract: Protections to Consider


If you’ve accepted a job offer, it means you’re legally agreeing to an exchange of your services for a salary or hourly wage. Most employment relationships don’t require the use […]