Daily Archives April 3, 2015

Everyone Should Have A Living Will

Everyone Should Have A Living Will

by: David G. Hallstrom, Sr.

According to information provided by http://www.plan-my-estate.com an an estate planning and asset protection resource web site, a living will, known in most states as a Directive to Physicians or Healthcare Directive, sets out your wishes about what extended medical treatment should be withheld or provided if you become unable to communicate those wishes. The directive creates a contract with the attending doctor. Once the doctor receives a properly signed and witnessed directive, he or she is under a duty either to honor its instructions or to make sure you are transferred to the care of another doctor who will.
There is an old saying, “nothing is sure in life except death and taxes”...

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Foods and Diets Litigations

Foods and Diets Litigations

by: Laura Ciocan

Why is that food processing and commerce are not strictly regulated by law so as to prevent health problems generated by an inadequate diet? Unhealthy products encourage an unhealthy diet, appealing the consumer by their availability within reach and the invading advertising. If the food producers are controlled by health officials, then it must be that the regulations are too lax in as far as marketed foods are concerned.
Everyone knows that, for instance, hydrogenated oils and partially hydrogenated oils are highly unhealthy...

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Filing a Simple Bankruptcy

Filing a Simple Bankruptcy

by: Susan Chana Lask, Esq.

We all know times are tough and, for some of us, bills are getting harder to pay each month. If the debts you owe are more than what you can afford, you should read on.
Filing a bankruptcy can be the answer to your problems. A bankruptcy is a way to discharge your debts completely so you can have a fresh start in your financial and personal life. You can only file a bankruptcy once every 6 years and once filed, it can become part of your credit history
Before filing, you want to know two things: 1) that your monthly expenses (i.e...

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Four Ways To Work Out Business Disputes

Four Ways To Work Out Business Disputes

by: Giuseppe Leone

FOUR WAYS TO WORK OUT BUSINESS DISPUTES

by Giuseppe Leone – Business and Workplace Mediator

Business owners have four options to resolve disputes with partners, vendors or customers. Each option is based on different assumptions, and entails a different cost. Therefore, it pays to understand them better.
Option #1 – Direct negotiation
Direct negotiation is certainly the cheapest – but not necessarily the easiest – way to resolve a conflict. A good place to start, is to get clear about what one wants, why, and how much one cares for the future relationship with the other person. The next step, is finding out how the situation looks from the other person’s perspective...

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The Importance Of Laws On Public Transportation

The Importance Of Laws On Public Transportation

by: Jinky C. Mesias

Aside from private car accidents there are also a great number of related public transportation accidents. The Federal Government is the one regulating the common carriers that transport passengers and cargo across the entire state. Nevertheless, each separate state has its own regulated public transportation system all within its state’s lines. But in general it’s the Federal Government that controls the interstate transportation while the individual states are to manage the intrastate transportation.
Just what are common carriers? Common carrier is the term given to refer to one who make known to the public that his business involves the transporting of persons or cargo from one point to another within or outside th...

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