Family Law Newsletters
A cohabitation agreement is an understanding between two unmarried persons who live together as to how they have agreed to treat their individual assets and how they agree to manage, control, acquire and dispose of assets in the event the relationship terminates. The advantage of a cohabitation agreement is that, if properly drawn, it will reduce the stresses that would be involved if the cohabitation relationship terminates.
In most states, child support guidelines require that the cost of health insurance and extraordinary medical expenses of the child be included in establishing each parent’s child support obligation.
The employer is required to keep and post a notice of the FMLA requirements in an open and obvious location for its employees to see. The notice should contain information about filing complaints if the employer fails to comply with the requirements of the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA). The information should also address issues regarding the employee’s rights and the employer’s obligations under the FMLA.
The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a federal law that provides certain employees with up to 12 weeks of unpaid and job-protected leave from her employment. The FMLA applies to all public and private employers that have 50 or more employees within a 75-mile radius of one another.
A school cannot be held liable for ignoring the usual schoolyard behavior such as teasing and cruel behavior. However, the school may be liable for failing to take reasonable action against serious and long-term student sexual harassment. Sexual harassment is defined as harassment on an individual on the basis of their gender.