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I own a restaurant. My employees are scared to come into work. Should I fire them all and start new?

Patty Lamberti
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27 December, 2021
Restaurants across America have been forced to shut their doors this month. And it's not because states or cities have mandated closures light of rising COVID-19 rates.  It's simply that restaurant owners don't have enough employees...

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No Fault Divorce vs. Fault Divorce - What these terms mean

No Fault Divorce vs. Fault Divorce - What these terms m...

Frankie Grijalva | 18 March, 2021

No-fault divorces mean that the person filing for divorce doesn't have to prove that the other person did something to cause the end of the marriage.  Every...

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Just been furloughed? Don’t worry. It’s not the same as being laid off.

Just been furloughed? Don’t worry. It’s not the sam...

Austin Hanover | 18 March, 2021

As job losses mount across the nation, people have started hearing more about two distinct forms of unemployment:   A furlough  A lay off.  A...

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Why you need a lawyer in adoption cases

Why you need a lawyer in adoption cases

Stephanie Cortes | 18 March, 2021

In the United States, adoption is a process that requires court approval to establish a legal guardian relationship for a child (or an adult technically). Usually, ado...

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How the federal government can help your small business during the COVID-19 pandemic

How the federal government can help your small business...

Monzerrath Ortiz | 18 March, 2021

The Coronavirus has left small businesses scrambling to find the economic resources they need to stay afloat.   The federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic...

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Eviction and Renting in Georgia During the Coronavirus Pandemic- What Rights do Renters Have?

Eviction and Renting in Georgia During the Coronavirus ...

Katie Lyon | 18 March, 2021

Over three million people rent apartments and other housing units in Georgia, making it the sixth-highest state with a renting population.   Unfortunately, a...

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Top 5 Tips on Trusts and Estate Planning Presented During Court Buddy's May Meet-Up

Top 5 Tips on Trusts and Estate Planning Presented Duri...

Katie Lyon | 18 March, 2021

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, LawChamps began hosting monthly virtual Legal Meet-Ups to help people get advice from real lawyers on pressing legal topics. The Mee...

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