When my husband I decided to start a business, we didn't think about the legal aspects of doing so. We didn't realize that purchasing business insurance, getting building permits and making investments all required some type of legal advice. But after speaking to a close friend, who also happens to own a small business, we contacted a business attorney. Now, we have the legal smarts to make the best decisions for our business, as well as the legal representation in case something happens to our company. I hope that you find my blog helpful and informative for your own business. It's a great resource for finding the legal advice, resources and guidance you need to get your company up and running.
21 May 2020
One significant advantage of using chapter 7 bankruptcy instead of chapter 13 is the debt forgiveness you receive through chapter 7. Chapter 7 bankruptcy discharges debts instead of requiring repayment of those debts, but it does not provide a discharge for all debts. Some are not included or available through this branch of bankruptcy, and you should know what these are before you file. Here are some of the debts that a chapter 7 case will not discharge.
21 May 2020
If you are starting to think about planning your estate, you should follow through with these thoughts by meeting with a will and trust attorney. Leaving this world without a plan creates challenges and problems for your family that you can avoid by acting now. If you do not have an estate plan yet, here are two vital things you should know. The Problems If You Die Without an Estate Plan
22 April 2020
You probably realize that you should hire a real estate agent when buying a house, but you might not understand the importance of hiring a real estate lawyer, too. While you do not have to hire a lawyer to purchase a home, it is a wise decision to choose to. Here are three things a lawyer will do for you when you are buying a home. Reviews the Contract to Make Sure It Protects You
17 March 2020
One way a medical malpractice lawyer may try to break a case down into its simplest parts is to think about the four Ds. These are duty, dereliction, damages and direct causation. Duty This refers to what, more generally in injury law, is known as the duty of care. A duty of care is assumed when you enter into a patient–provider relationship. The most obvious version of this is when you take on a doctor as your general practitioner and they do something like prescribe medication.
11 February 2020
If a court convicts you of DUI (driving under the influence), one of the directives you may receive from the judge is to enroll in a DUI school. Indeed, many lawyers will advise you to enroll in an appropriate DUI school, as soon as you are charged with DUI, without waiting for a court order. Below are some of the things you should know about DUI schools. Classes Must Be State-Approved