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July 2018 Archives

Do I really need to use an employee contract?

As the owner of a business, you certainly understand that you are at risk of a lawsuit from many sources, including your own employees. You may have many questions about the best way to protect yourself and your hard work from unnecessary trouble. While business advocates accept that a solid contract is one good way to ensure you and your employees are on the same page, you may wonder if taking such a step is really necessary.

Estate plans are little different for business owners

Running a business is hard work. In many cases, the business owner will work tirelessly to try to grow the company. This doesn't leave much time for other things, but all owners should make time to ensure they have an estate plan established.

Using a mechanics' lien to get your just pay

As much as you may enjoy working in construction, owning your own company and taking on new projects, it is not a hobby. It is your livelihood, and receiving prompt payment is part of what makes the work pleasurable. You need to purchase materials, cover your overhead, pay your employees and support your family. When a client or project owner refuses to pay what he or she contractually agreed to, there is a ripple effect of financial trouble.

Businesses need to have a succession plan in place

Business owners often plan for a lot of different situations that might come up. There is one very important plan that they might not ever think about putting into place until it is too late -- a succession plan, which can be part of an estate plan. Anyone who owns a business needs to get this done as soon as possible or else there is a chance that the company and employees will suffer if something happens to the owner.

Commercial real estate transactions require detailed attention

Commercial real estate is a big investment. If you are going to take this step, you must make sure that you are protecting your interests. In the absence of this, there is a good chance that you will make errors that can prove costly. We know that you don't want this to happen. We can help you to review these transactions so that you can make the best decisions possible.

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