Some Probate Issues That Will Require A Lawyer

Dealing with a loved one's estate after they pass away is never an easy thing to do emotionally. If you are lucky, the whole process will be simple, and you can handle it quickly, efficiently, and without any outside help. However, there are times when an experienced probate lawyer will be required if you want everything taken care of quickly and fairly. If you find you have one of the following situations, it would be best to contact an attorney from the get-go to save yourself some unnecessary emotional trauma. [Read More]

Your First Business Mediation: What to Do

As a small business owner having legal problems with a vendor or another company, the idea of paying for an expensive trial process can seem frightening. Luckily, if you and the other side agree, you can instead go through a business mediation process. In such a case, the mediator will hear from both sides and help you work toward a solution. In order to have a mediation that works for you and the opposing party, adhere to the advice below. [Read More]

Why A Single, Child-Free Person Should Make A Legally Binding Will

CNN reported that there was quite the uproar when music superstar Prince passed away in April 2016 without leaving a will for his estate that is worth millions. While most people don't have such complicated estates, it's important for everyone to consult a wills attorney and make plans for what they want to happen to their possessions and property when they pass away someday. If you're a single, child-free person, it may seem like that tradition doesn't apply to you, but here's why making a will isn't just for the elderly and people who have dependents. [Read More]

Considering A Merger Or Buyout For Your Small Business? What To Know First

If someone has approached you to merge your small business, or for you to join their company, there are a lot of things you want to consider. There are a lot of risks financially and personally when you do this, so you want to make sure that it makes sense. Here are a few things you'll want to consider doing before you start the process or before you commit to any deals with another company. [Read More]