Did your business partner steal from your company?

On behalf of Kadish & Anthony Law Group posted in Business Litigation on Friday, November 22, 2019. You start to notice a few small financial issues at your business. Maybe the books do not quite balance out. Maybe the amount of money pulled from your accounts for a payment to a vendor is a bit higher than the actual bill was for. Maybe there areContinue reading

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Transfer of assets through an irrevocable trust

On behalf of Kadish & Anthony Law Group posted in Estate Planning For Business Owners on Friday, November 15, 2019. One of the primary things that some people want to establish with their estate plan is protection of the assets from creditors. Establishing an irrevocable trust is one way that you can do this. You should carefully consider the terms of the trust because onceContinue reading

Know the scope of a construction project

On behalf of Kadish & Anthony Law Group posted in Construction Litigation on Friday, November 8, 2019. There are many factors that go into a construction project, but a reputable contractor should be able to help you walk through the ones that might impact yours. When you hire a contractor, you should have a contract that governs the project. This should be a very specificContinue reading

Business formation type is an important consideration in the plan

On behalf of Kadish & Anthony Law Group posted in Business Formation & Transactions on Friday, November 2, 2018. Forming your business is a big step. It is imperative that you have everything in order before you open the doors on the first day. For some individuals, this is a big undertaking. We know that you might not have all the answers you need aboutContinue reading

Know how to interpret the terms of a commercial lease

On behalf of Kadish & Anthony Law Group posted in Business Litigation on Friday, November 1, 2019. Commercial leases need to be as detailed as possible to protect both parties. There are several things that should be included in these documents, and they must all be worded properly to avoid the possibility of problems in the future. No matter which side of the lease youContinue reading

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