As the owner, manager or senior executive of a California business, you will likely, at some point, need to establish guidelines that will protect your company and the worker, should the relationship not work out. One effective method of doing so involves crafting a carefully worded employment contract that covers any number of areas relating to a new hire’s employment. At the Law Firm of Lan Quoc Nguyen & Associates, we are well-versed in the various areas that most employment contracts cover, and we have helped many people in your shoes draft employment contracts that fit their needs.
Many in Westminster might think that car accidents are relatively simple matters for authorities to resolve: one party causes a collision that in turn effects a handful of others. Yet oftentimes the investigation into the cause of an accident is rarely that simple. When multiple vehicles are involved, sometimes it may be difficult to discover who actually was in fault. There may be instances in such occasions where multiple parties are to blame. Thus, assigning liability is often a very difficult matter.
Setting up a will or trust isn’t exactly the most pleasant experience. To many Californians, an estate plan is a sign that they are going to die soon or that it won’t be long until they are much older and can barely function on their own.
Drivers in must obey traffic laws and show courtesy towards other motorists. Negligence behind the wheel can easily lead to injuries like whiplash, which can have a range of serious effects depending on the severity of the accident. The Mayo Clinic offers the following information on whiplash, including how it can be treated.
Every business partnership in Westminster, California is different. Because of this, there is no one-size-fits-all approach to deciding what each partnership agreement must entail. Even so, having even a standard partnership agreement in place helps to make things easier as you set up a business, operate it together and if the partnership dissolves.
When a couple in Westminster chooses to get a divorce, both parties might assume that one side will automatically be awarded alimony. Yet that is not always the case. Alimony is only meant to be a means of assistance to help a financially disadvantaged spouse get back on their feet. In this particular context, "financially disadvantaged" means not able to secure gainful employment (or employment that offers an income that would allow them to maintain the standard of living they enjoyed while married). Thus, court reviews several factors when deciding whether the awarding of spousal support is warranted.