Whenever someone gets behind the wheel, they may come across a number of dangers on the road. Sometimes the likelihood of an accident is especially high, such as when one rents a vehicle. Not only do some people cause accidents due to a lack of familiarity with the new vehicle they are driving, but they may also be heading to another part of the state (or country), leading to unfamiliarity with the roads. If you plan on renting a vehicle in the near future, it is imperative to be prepared and mindful of the risk factors you may face.
As a California business owner who is thinking about turning over your business to someone else, you may be trying to get your ducks in a row so that you can make the transition of ownership as seamless as possible. At the Law Firm of Lan Quoc Nguyen & Associates, we recognize that succession planning is a critical part of owning a business, and we have helped many clients accomplish this and related objectives.
Laws are nuanced when it comes to your employees’ rights and protections. Providing workers’ compensation insurance is an important aspect of employer law that you and other California business owners need to understand.
April and May are some of the most popular times for motorcyclists in California to take the covers off their bikes and hit the highways for the first time of the year. The temperatures are warmer, the daylight is longer and there is less snow and ice covering the streets.
While certainly a good deal of the effort that goes into divorce proceedings in Westminster addresses your past with your ex-spouse, the main goal of is to help both of you prepare for the futures that you face without each other. One important element to consider when pondering this is how you might best leverage the assets afforded to you during your property division proceedings to support yourself. If one of these assets is funds from your ex-spouse's 401k, then you will want to carefully contemplate the many options available you when dealing with them.
Most view estate planning as being limited to you stipulating how you want your assets dispersed to your designated beneficiaries in Westminster once you pass on. Yet another important element to the process is planning out how you wished to be cared for before you die. Many that we here at The Law Firm of Lan Quoc Nguyen $ Associates work with may wish to avoid the pain and suffering that can accompany an extended illness, preferring to instead instruct caretakers to not take extraordinary measures in order to extend their lives. If you share the same desire, then you will want to state that in the form of an advance directive.