The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a federal law that permits qualifying employees to take lengthy periods of time off to tend to their own or a family member's medical needs. Typically, you can take your leave all at once or in chunks so that the leave satisfies your needs.
In some cases, an employer may deny your rightful leave, either due to ignorance or willful violation of the law.
Creating an estate plan is an excellent way to make sure that all of your assets are protected during your lifetime, and that those assets are properly allocated to your heirs after you pass away. Here's a practical guide to estate planning that you can use to make sure that estate plan successfully comes into fruition:
Take Stock of Your Inventory
One of the first things you'll have to do when creating an estate plan for yourself is take stock of all your inventory.