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Where there's a will . . . there's a disgruntled relative

Some estate administrators face extraordinary challenges administering the estates they oversee. Battles among heirs can erupt and factions can form among the survivors. A relative who is left out of the estate proceeds can challenge the will and delay the probate process as the case wends its way through the court system.

What should I include in my LLC's operating agreement?

If you've looked into incorporating your business as a limited liability company (LLC), then you've likely heard the terminology "operating agreement" (OA). It's serves a similar role to a corporation's bylaws. It's the document used to enumerate the different LLC owners' business arrangements with one another as well as the procedures that they intend to follow in operating their business.

Should you consider a noncompete agreement for your business?

As a business owner, you undoubtedly like to keep track of your competition. After all, the success of your business could greatly depend on how well similar companies in your area are doing and what you can do to get a leg up on your competitors. One way you can help your company is to make efforts to protect your information and limit competition.

Who is eligible to file workers' compensation claims?

When you suffer an injury at work, it can range from something minor, requiring only a single visit to the doctor to make sure that you're okay, or it can be particularly debilitating one that requires surgery and ongoing rehabilitation. Some workplace injuries can be so severe that they leave you permanently disabled or even dead.

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