Business matters can be complicated, particularly if it is your first time venturing into this world. If you are looking to start your first business, you must consult with a reputable business lawyer before you make a major decision. While it is in your best interests to have a business lawyer on retainer, a few newbie business owners may not consider this a critical part of their business' expenditure. On the other hand, some people may simply not have the capital to do so.
6 August 2019
If you plan to buy some land in a heavily developed area, you need to be very aware of your rights and understand exactly what you are purchasing. Unfortunately, some people go into this type of transaction with their head in the sand and believe that it will be very straightforward, especially if the land is essentially undeveloped. In a busy area like this, you may find that other people or entities have certain rights in relation to this land and they could restrict what you're able to do with the plot once you are the owner.
26 July 2018
Your new business premises will play a major role in your success, so you'll naturally want to ensure that the expense you incur is being directed at the right property. At the end of the day, you want to support business success, so make sure you follow these conveyancing considerations for your new office premises. Make Sure The Property Can Be Used For Your Business You will need to ensure that your business can be undertaken on the premises without any limitations.
2 April 2018
If you are looking to expand your business empire, you may be considering buying a smaller business. However, while business mergers can be a great move, they can also be incredibly complex. A merger will often involve prolonged negotiations between the different parties before they agree on the value of the company, which is for sale and the terms and conditions of the merger. If the law is not properly followed during a merger, it could cause the deal to break down.
3 February 2017
When you make your will, you will need to appoint an executor or executors to administer the will when you die so that your estate is distributed as per your wishes. So, how do you choose a suitable executor for your will? Read on for a helpful guide. Appointing an executor/s You can ask family members and friends to be executors, even if they are also to be beneficiaries under the terms of the will.
25 January 2017
When registering a trademark with the government, you don't usually need to go through an attorney; often you can simply upload a trademark design along with some paperwork to a government website and be protected. However, there are some very good reasons to consider using the services of a trademark attorney when you've created something unique for your business. Note a few of the advantages of using such a professional and how they can protect you.
3 March 2016