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.
27 March 2021
If you are divorcing your spouse, it is critical to have a skilled divorce lawyer standing next to you. A divorce is one of the most stressful life events you will encounter, and a lawyer can make the process a little easier. However, selecting the right lawyer to take your case is not easy. Here are a few tips for picking the right divorce lawyer for you. Be Completely Honest
25 February 2021
While owning a property over the years, you may run into issues with property taxes. You're required to pay them every year, but sometimes problems can come up that you need answers to. Here are some situations when getting assistance from a property tax attorney is a good idea. Explain Complicated Tax Laws There are specific tax laws you're obligated to follow as they relate to owning property. It's pretty common to not understand some of them, but you don't want to go on like this because it could lead to trouble and penalties.
26 January 2021
Are you in the process of looking for a real estate attorney to handle your upcoming property transaction? If so, it helps to ask the following questions. Are Services Billed Hourly Or As A Flat Fee? One of the first things that you should do when looking for a real estate attorney is figure out how they are going to charge you. While some attorneys bill based on an hourly rate, others handle real estate transactions as a flat fee.
24 December 2020
If you suffer from chronic lower back pain, you may not always be aware that it's work-related. Workers' compensation law covers all injuries sustained on the job, including lower back injuries that cause chronic pain. In some states, workers' compensation law will also cover you if your job exacerbated a preexisting back injury. If you're suffering from chronic lower back pain due to your job, your employer is required to pay all medical bills related to treating your injury.
25 November 2020
When the subject of divorce comes up, some couples agree to part ways and prepare to make things legal with a divorce. This parting of ways usually entails one party moving to another location, and when that happens, it's officially a separation. Separations are more important than some divorcing couples realize, and important events can take place during this time. To get a better idea of what to expect with your separation, read on for the dos and don'ts of separation before divorce.