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Getting married this summer? Why you should consider a prenup

If you are one of the many Californians planning a summer wedding, then you likely have a lot on your plate. You may be finalizing attire details, deciding on song choices and figuring out where you might steal off to on your honeymoon.

In the midst of all this wedding planning, it can be easy to forget that there is marriage after the wedding. And with this in mind, it may be prudent to add a prenuptial agreement to the list of details to discuss before the wedding.

What benefits does California workers' compensation offer?

No one goes to work expecting to end up injured. However, workplace injuries and illnesses are a real risk for Californian workers. That's why workers' compensation exists — to protect those who work for a living from ending up indigent, homeless and without medical care due to a work-related injury. Many people only have a very basic understanding about workers' compensation insurance until they discover that they need its coverage.

People often don't understand how workers' compensation functions. Worse yet, they may not know what benefits exist in the program. Not knowing can result in failing to receive the benefits you deserve for your work injury. Educating yourself about workers' compensation can help you stand up for your rights.

Protecting your parenting time is essential after divorce

Once the difficult matter of your divorce finalizes, you may be more than ready to get this all behind you and start a fresh chapter of single life. Of course, if you share custody or visitation privileges with your former spouses, then your fresh start may not be as much of a clean break as you might hope.

For some parents, sharing custody with the same person they chose to divorce is a very difficult task, and may lead them to some frustrating and even illegal behavior. As a parent with court ordered custody time with your child, you understand that your parenting time is a very precious thing, and you must make it a top priority to keep that time protected.

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