Category Archives: What’s this form?

Seven Slip-and-Fall Accidents FAQs That You Should Know

By | August 31, 2016

According to the National Floor Safety Institute, slip-and-fall accidents account for one million hospital emergency room visits, comprising 12 percent of total falls. The most common causes of these accidents include bad weather conditions, uneven surfaces, defective footwear, and inadequate safety training. The consequences of these accidents may vary, ranging from non-fatal bruises to serious injuries. In fact, slip-and-fall… Read More »

What is a mutual non-disclosure agreement?

By | May 13, 2008

A non-disclosure agreement is very similar to a confidentiality agreement – which document to use is often simply a matter of personal preference. Both require the stipulation that specific information will not be disclosed to third parties for any reason. Additionally, neither agreement format prohibits anyone from reporting a crime or violation.

Can I use a form to change my name?

By | May 13, 2008

In a word, the answer is yes, you may utilize a form to have your name legally changed. There are many reasons why someone would want to change their name, the most common being upon a divorce where the wife has taken her husband’s name and now wishes to return to her maiden name.

When do I need a mechanic’s lien?

By | May 13, 2008

If you own a business or perform services for someone, you expect to be paid, unless previous arrangements have been made for the donation of your time and materials. In order for your business to continue in a profitable manner, you have to rely on customers to pay their bills on time. However, in many cases, this simply… Read More »

Why is a letter of credit important?

By | May 13, 2008

Guidelines for letters of credit are set up in Article 5 of the Uniform Commercial Code. Letters of credit are important for business entities and individuals alike. When a business is attempting to purchase goods, services and technology to serve their clients, a letter of credit is essential. Most businesses do not pay cash or write a check… Read More »

Should I have a durable power of attorney for health care?

By | May 13, 2008

The durable power of attorney for health care is another documents that should go hand in hand with the living will as part of a person’s estate planning. The durable power of attorney for health care works much in the same manner as a limited power of attorney. It assigns the right of making health care decisions to… Read More »

Should I have a living will?

By | May 13, 2008

The question of a living will is becoming more and more popular as time goes on. Years ago the idea of designating someone to make such a personal decision regarding your life was unthinkable. Decisions were simply made by doctors and family members as to the best course of action without regard to what the patient might wish,… Read More »

When is a covenant not to compete warranted?

By | May 13, 2008

You’ve had a partner or employee for years who has learned every secret of your business. You find that they now wish to move on and work in another organization or develop another business of their own, or you’ve recently bought a business and you are now worried the former owner will set up shop down the block.… Read More »

What is a notice of assignment?

By | May 13, 2008

An assignment takes place when one party is holding a right to property, claims, bills, lease, etc., of another party and wishes to pass it along (or sell it) to a third party. As complicated as that sounds, it really isn’t. Strangely enough, many assignments can be made under the law without immediately informing, or obtaining the permission,… Read More »

What is an affidavit?

By | May 13, 2008

An affidavit is a simple statement of fact sworn to by the person signing it. Affidavits are used under many circumstances when a person wishes to give their testimony of truth to another party.