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4 Questions For Perspective and Balance

Many surveys report the constant access to technology and the pressure to respond to and monitor it can be stressful. If you've gotten into the habit of prioritizing work over health or family, it's easy to remain in this mode. Balance…

4 Musts Before Starting a Family Business

Here's four often overlooked legal issues you should think about before starting a family business. Starting a business can be an exciting and optimistic period in an entrepreneur's life. However, what most small business

An Ortega Family Easter

Latino family holiday traditions...Easter in Casa Ortega Easter in Casa Ortega is coming into its own as the Spring counterpart to Christmas: a lot of waiting and preparing, followed by a rush of celebration (and sugar!).

Is there a Social Life After Kids?

I’ll admit it. Once my wife and I made the decision that we were ready to have kids, my next thought was: well there goes our social life. I had heard enough of parent stories to know that our entire lives would soon revolve

Small Business and Family Discrimination

Key steps small business owners need to be aware in light of emerging laws on family responsibilities discrimination Small business owners need to know about existing family discrimination laws and implications on doing

Parents Have Rights

The law respects employees’ family obligations. You should too. There is a growing trend of lawsuits filed in U.S. courts by workers alleging discrimination because of their obligations to care for children,

Hire Family?

You Can Find Harmony In Business And At Home If you are involved in a small business that is also a family business, you’ve probably heard warnings about the pitfalls of working with relatives.  Operating a business with a

All in the Family

Don't Let Business Issues Become Personal Owners of family businesses face unique challenges. However, steps can be taken to keep your family business from destroying la familia. For example, I have a client who