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A new baby requires a lot of preparation, one of which should include getting a will or trust done. This is probably one of the most important things you can do for your family. Here is a quick guide on your options to getting one done, costs and other considerations.
NYC's Freelance Isn't Free Act protects freelancers by requiring contracts. An important step in protecting a growing population of our workforce.
Contracts are powerful tools used to structure our relationships and create laws between each other. Here are the basic ingredients to a valid contract that everyone needs to know.
Many businesses and freelancers face the question when hiring or being hired: "independent contractor" or "employee"? Under the law, these labels matter because they affect important issues such as taxes and ownership rights.
There are certain documents involved when hiring a lawyer. They sound intimidating, but they're very common. Know what they are and what to look out for when you hire a lawyer.
Trump's budget proposal sounds drastic, but it's just a proposal, not law. If you're worried about the nation's budget, your energies are better spent on the machine that actually makes laws that affect the budget.
10% of college graduates think Judge Judy is on The Supreme Court. Considering that it's one of the most powerful decision-making arms of the federal government, it's good to know what it is, who's on it and what they do. (Hint: Judge Judy is not on The Supreme Court.)
There's been a lot of talk about repealing laws (e.g. Affordable Care Act or Obamacare) and passing laws (e.g., state laws legalizing marijuana), but not all laws are created equal.
In his first 10 days, Trump signed more "executive orders" than any other president in modern history. Do you know what they are and what they can do?
A quick recap of President Trump's Executive Order on sanctuary cities and whether it is legal.