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5 points to know about child custody for oil rig workers

Working on the oil rig is one way to earn money that supports your family. Going through a child custody case while working on the rig poses some unique challenges. Your schedule probably doesn't allow you to work around a custody schedule. This doesn't mean that you shouldn't be able to spend time with your child. Instead, you must determine how to work out a plan that enables you to spend time building a good relationship with your child.

Unpaid invoices impact businesses in many ways

Many things could pose significant roadblocks for a business when it comes to its plans for the future. Among these is a business not getting promptly paid for the goods or services it provides by the parties it contracts with. Not getting payments on invoices is a problem all different kinds of companies here in Louisiana can encounter. A recent survey underscores how wide-ranging the impacts of this type of contract-related problem can be.

Louisiana announces new child support payment option

Among the things a person can come out of a divorce with is a child support obligation. Some parents here in Louisiana make child support payments through the Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services. Recently, this agency announced a new payment option for such parents.

Entrepreneurs differ greatly in circumstances, personality

Entrepreneurs are a very diverse group. They vary greatly in their circumstances when starting a company. This includes in the type of business they are starting, the scope of their business, how many other people are involved in their business endeavor, their financial situation, their customer situation and their overall business goals.

Louisiana property owners must keep premises free of danger

Premises liability is an area of personal injury law that governs the duties of residential and commercial property owners to take reasonable care to keep their premises safe from dangerous conditions so that people on the premises will not negligently or unreasonably injured. The Louisiana Record reports on three cases that have recently been filed in state court alleging premises liability claims:

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