An estimated 55% to 70% of Americans don't have an estate plan or even a simple will. That being said, many people with large estates or complex financial assets hire a trust attorney to ensure a neutral third party asset control and distribution.
According to the BizBuySell.com Insight Report, 7,842 small businesses were sold in 2016. And whether you've recently bought a business or started one of your very own, it's important to understand the role corporate lawyers play when it comes to ensuring your business's legal operation and success.
Becoming the owner of a small business is an exciting time, but it's important not to overlook important factors that could damage your business in the future.
Anybody who has ever been involved in the business litigation process knows that it can be time-consuming and incredibly stressful.
Starting a successful law firm can be very stressful. Not only do you have the stress of performing successful litigation, but now you have to add in an entire business aspect to what you’re doing.
Business owners want to pinch pennies. That means if you’re a business owner thinking about retaining a law firm, you might be a little bit hesitant.
Because buying a house is the largest purchase that most people will make in their lifetime, it is usually approached apprehensively and with a lot of questions.
When it comes to doing deposition reporting, your lawyers want everything to go as smoothly as possible. They also want to be given a transcript that is as accurate as possible.