There are many types of businesses. Some are family traditions passed from one generation to the next. Others are entrepreneurial: built from the ground up, and then it’s time to move on to the next project. When an owner is ready to enter the next phase of life, be it for business or personal reasons, there are important factors to consider if you want to sell the business to a new buyer.
You and your business partner work together on a wide range of matters in connection to your company. It is natural that you two might not be in total agreement about all aspects of your business. Sometimes, disagreements between business partners are relatively minor and are able to be resolved without much trouble. Other times though, they can grow into full-blown disputes.
Partnership agreements are a valuable tool for any business. Partnership agreements, like any contract, give the parties involved promises that can be relied upon. Agreements also force the partners to think through important issues at the beginning of the company's life.
It can be very difficult to prevail when challenging a will, because the court begins with the presumption that the will expresses the deceased's wishes. The will "speaks" for the deceased, and a strong legal argument is needed to get the court to go against what the will says.
As consumer demand for cleaner energy continues to grow, the installation of solar panels for residential and commercial buildings has become more common.
You've heard why mediation can be a good alternative to filing a lawsuit. The two big reasons are time and money; mediation can be less time-consuming and less expensive that going to court.
Promises between businesses typically are expressed in the specific terms of written contracts. When a contract's terms are not followed, it is called a breach of contract.
Building a custom home is one of the biggest projects you will ever undertake. The most important person during the process is the contractor (also known as the builder).
It's a decision that many couples eventually face: should we build a new house or buy an existing home? To help you decide, here are reasons why you should - and shouldn't - build a new house.
When launching a business, owners have a host of things on their "to do" list. There's product development, marketing, sales, computer equipment and a host of other concerns. Legal issues seldom make the list, and if they do, they're not at the top. It's no surprise, then, that small-business owners often make legal mistakes.