The marriage settlement agreement, or MSA, outlines appropriate behavior between two divorced parties, but is only as good as how well the drafters uphold their part. If one person fails to do so, you have some recourse.
On January 1, 2018, a slew of new paid time off (PTO) laws took effect in states across the nation, including Connecticut, Maryland, Washington State, and New York.
Not every American identifies as simply male or female. States are beginning to realize the importance of acknowledging these individuals, respectfully and legally.
The recently expired Rohrabacher-Farr amendment prohibits the Department of Justice from using federal funds to interfere with state laws that legalize medical marijuana.
American family views are changing. Marriage and divorce rates have declined, while acceptance of divorce has increased. Here’s what changed in 2017. Marriage has become less important Young adults are delaying marriage – or opting not to marry at all. Meanwhile, cohabitation has risen, across all age groups. And Americans are less likely to believe […]
Just days after California began selling legal recreational pot, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions unleashed federal prosecutors to more aggressively enforce federal marijuana laws. What does the announcement mean for the cannabis legalization movement?
Hunting is often considered as much of an American pastime as baseball, but you might be surprised at some of the state-level regulations.
You and your significant other went all out on Christmas gifts. But now the relationship is over, and you want those expensive presents back. Do you have a legal leg to stand on?
As more and more states legalize marijuana, the question on many minds has changed from “Is marijuana legal in my state?” to “What kind of trouble can I get in if I drive while high?”
Americans are divided about whether the wealthy bear their “fair share” of the tax burden. Are soak-the-rich taxes necessary to keep the nation afloat?