Many commonly asked legal questions can be answered without the need for an in-person consultation, saving you time and money.
Why should I consider incorporating my new business?
For many business owners, incorporation is a way to protect personal assets. It is best to speak with a tax professional about the tax benefits of various corporate statuses. However generally speaking, an incorporated business is an independent legal entity from the business owner. As a result, the business owner is not personally liable for the debts owed by the business.
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I am considering signing a long-term lease for my business. The landlord says it is a standard lease. What steps can I take to protect myself?
It is always best to have an attorney review a legally binding document before you sign it. The landlord has an attorney protecting his rights, and so should you. Even a "standard" lease or contract can and should be modified to reflect the specifics of your agreement with the other party.
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My business partner is threatening to sue me. I'm not sure what to do. Can you help?
A legal dispute between business associates is stressful event, but one that, with our help, can be resolved many times without the need for a court action. Even if your disagreement does make its way into a courtroom, we can provide vigorous and competent legal representation at a time when you need it most. It is important that you act quickly under these circumstances.
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