General Practice, Solo & Small Firm DivisionMagazine
Volume 17, Number 5
From The Chair Sharon C. Stevens
Fighting over Bills
Reducing Office Expenses
Learn how to draft the pleading that divides government employee retirement benefits-it's not quite the same as a QDRO.
Failure to comply with safety and health regulations and proper payment practices can be costly for your small business clients.
FEMA's Comprehensive Emergency Management Concept boasts four phases: preparedness; hazard mitigation; response; and the recovery process.
One in three Social Security beneficiaries is not a retiree. Find out what benefits your client is eligible to receive, and how to get paid for doing the work.
Military retired pay is often the single largest asset in divorces where one party is an active or retired member of the military. The act provides for direct payment of child and spousal support. But who qualifies for benefits?
Government contracts are ruled by a labyrinth of statutes and regulations. Here's a map through the maze.
How to Review a Federal Contract
The Veterans Court has consistently overturned more than 60 percent of the Board of Veterans' Appeals decisions it reviews. Lawyers are helping their clients go after VA disability benefits on a contingency basis-and winning.
The cost of long-term care can wreck a lifetime of financial planning.
Industrial classification systems identify and list by numbers all economic activities in all the industries and services and in public administration.