Divorce can be especially difficult on children. In addition to making decisions such as evaluating child support and visitation options, divorcing parents also worry about how their decision will affect their children emotionally.
A little over a week ago the governor vetoed a bill passed by the Florida legislature that would have drastically changed the landscape in domestic relations cases involving alimony.
With variances in resources from county to county, communities are turning to education foundations as a vehicle for initiatives and improvements. The following outlines the basic creation and formation of education foundations in the State of Florida for K-12 Public Schools, while distinguishing between the two primary types of 501(c)(3) education foundations that Florida school districts and private parties can create to support a school district for funding not appropriated by the State of Florida or federal government.
Business Torts: The Economic Loss Rule, Independent Tort Doctrine, and Spotting the Independent FactsAugust 27, 2015 | Category: Articles
In commercial litigation, determining whether a plaintiff has an actionable business tort sometimes can be difficult. "Business torts" is a broad category of claims that deal with causes of action against businesses and the agents of these businesses.
Reverend Stephen Carlsen went to a seminary, not business school, but he's quickly becoming an expert on how Wall Street works as his church battles America's largest bank.