Browsing All posts tagged under »business«

Buy-Sell Agreements–Kumbaya!

March 21, 2011

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Why is an Ownership Agreement so important? We've all heard the horror stories of marriages that end in divorce without a prenuptial agreement--lots of drama and fighting, and a small fortune spent on attorneys fees. Business disputes are no different, they can be nasty, expensive, and in the end, the litigants are at the mercy of the court to decide their future.

Do You Need An Attorney?

March 9, 2011

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Just like it’s more expensive to hire a plumber after you have ruptured the main water line while trying to fix a leaking faucet, it is usually significantly more expensive to fix the problems created by self-representation than it would have been if an attorney was hired to do the work in the first place.

Invest in Yourself

November 4, 2010

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With careful thought, proper planning and realistic expectations, you can start now to build a business that is financial rewarding and spiritually fulfilling. You can be in control of your destiny.

Business Entities–Shelter From The Storm

October 20, 2010

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For the most part, shareholders and members are insulated from the liabilities of the entity, meaning a judgment won against the entity can only be collected against the assets actually owned by that entity.

Insurance: The Last Defense

September 23, 2010

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While the cost of insurance isn't cheap, the cost of not being adequately insured can be staggering!

Good People Make Good Agreements

September 16, 2010

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When you reach a fair agreement with a party you know and trust, and get paid on delivery, your written agreement becomes a sword you can leave in its sheath.

Contracts Redux-Read to Get What You Need

September 8, 2010

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Understanding the basic terms, the timing, and the representations and warranties in the agreement will ensure that the parties know their rights and obligations.