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March 2015 Archives

ICYMI: FindLaw Blogs Report on New Laws Comin' Atcha in 2015

One of the major function of FindLaw's legal professional and consumer blogs is keeping each audience up to date on changes in the law, whether it's through statute or court ruling.

It's only March, but we've been busily reporting on new laws that will take effect in 2015 since at least August of last year. Here's a smattering of some of that helpful advice.

Unless your name is Benjamin Button, you are aging right now and will become an elderly person (if you live long enough, that is). Perhaps you're already elderly, even if you're still young at heart. Being older has its share of unique challenges and painful realizations -- along with the wisdom and rich perspectives that come with age -- but it sure beats the alternative. The point is, each and every one of you reading this eventually will be considered elderly and may need help with any number of elder law issues.

Regardless of your current age and station in life, getting to know the basics of elder law can go a long way toward making your golden years, well, more golden. We'll help you get started by sharing five of our newest elder law articles in FindLaw's Learn About the Law section:

Losing an Employee: FindLaw's Real Ideas for Making It Through

Small business owners, school principals, circus ring masters, heck -- anyone who manages people will understand this statement: Losing a great employee sucks. Just when you have someone who does solid work and who you and your team rely on -- poof. They're gone as soon as they say, "Hey boss, can I talk to you for a second?"

Crickets.

I really don't want to talk to anyone when they say that because I know what's coming.