Whether opening or expanding a business, a new commercial location can be very beneficial. However, with that new business acquisition comes additional risk of business litigation.
If you are a commercial real estate investor, you likely know the basic principles of what to look for in a prospective property. You want an investment that is in good condition, priced reasonably and can be ready to rent quickly. These factors are not the only ones you should be taking into consideration, though.
People draft wills in order to prevent fighting or confusion in regard to their wishes for their estates. However, certain circumstances may lead to estate litigation.
The foreclosure process can be difficult and stressful for all parties involved. Over the years, Florida continues to see an increase in the number of foreclosure cases.
Non-compete agreements are common in many industries. Employers want to protect themselves against the possibility of an employee using the knowledge and contacts gained through the company in order to compete.
Closing a real estate sale can be a mind game. You have probably had the experience of moving through your sales presentation smoothly and enticing your prospect, but things go awry when you come to the close, which can be quite frustrating to deal with.
Estate plans are an excellent way for individuals to ensure the proper distribution of their assets after their passing, as well as denote their care in case they become incapacitated. Especially for individuals with large estates or complex assets, an estate plan may be essential to meet their final wishes.
When planning their wills, individuals have the option to delegate their assets as they please. However, some beneficiaries may not agree with the delegation and may petition the courts to reverse or alter the request as the will states.
Perhaps you have a complex family situation. For example, you might have a second spouse and stepchildren plus children from your first marriage, one of whom has special needs. You have a primary residence and a vacation home, investments, retirement accounts and a good income.
Whether Irma was your first hurricane or your fifth, the experience is one you will long remember. Outside of the welfare of your family, your first priority will be to take care of any property damage the storm might have caused and make sure your home is safe and secure again.