When The Pandemic As An M&A Deal Breaker

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A trove of distressed businesses will come on the market this year, making it a good time to acquire cheap assets. But if you agreed to acquisitions before the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be trying to wiggle out of them.  Currently, more deals are being cancelled than consummated. Some private equity firms are waltzing away from deals, without even paying a break-up fee. Others are sharpening their legal defense for a court battle.

15 June 2020

Working on a Nonprofit Startup? 4 Mistakes You Can Avoid When You Work with a Startup Service

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If you're planning a nonprofit startup, don't make mistakes. Even minor mistakes can derail your nonprofit before it ever gets off the ground. One way to avoid mistakes is to work with a nonprofit startup service.  Many people go into nonprofits thinking they can do everything on their own. But, that's not the case. If you want your non-profit to be a success, work with a startup service. Here are four mistakes you can make when you don't enlist the help of a nonprofit startup service.

15 June 2020

8 Probate Law Concepts Everyone Should Know

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Anyone who requires probate law services is going to run into a lot of terminology. It's a good idea when you're talking with probate lawyers to become familiar with some of the terminology they'll use. Here are 8 concepts that everyone who needs probate lawyer services should know. Decedent This is the individual who died, leading to concerns about their will. A decedent may sometimes be referred to as "the deceased,"

8 May 2020

Mistakes That Are Made When Battling For Child Custody

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Are you going through the divorce process and looking to seek child custody? You may feel like you need to do everything you can to win custody. However, there are mistakes that can be made along the way that could cause you to lose the one thing you desire the most.  Mistake 1: Preventing Visitation Early In The Divorce Process The first step starts with how you handle yourself early on in the divorce process.

30 March 2020

What Makes A Prenuptial Agreement Void?

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Many couples choose to create prenuptial agreements before they wed, and they do this for protection. If you want to protect the assets you have before you get married, you can create a prenup, too. If you decide to do this, though, you must understand that prenups do not always hold up in court. Certain things will void a prenup, and if this happens, the document will mean nothing. Here are some of the things that void a prenup.

28 February 2020

Disability Preventing You From Working? What You Need To Know About Your Long-Term Disability Benefits

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If you're suffering a disability that's preventing you from working, you need to know that you have a source of income available to you. Disability payments are one type of income that can help you survive financially. Long-term disability benefits are different from Social Security Disability benefits, in that long-term disability benefits come from individual insurance policies. If you're going to be using your long-term disability benefits, here's some information you'll need to know.

20 January 2020

What Zealous Advocacy Means In Divorce Law

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Every attorney has an obligation to serve the interests and protect the rights of their client. This includes an obligation to be what is called a zealous advocate. Particularly when dealing with divorce cases, it can leave clients with some questions about the implications of zealous advocacy. Who an Attorney Represents This is the biggest implication in a divorce case. People often wonder, especially in uncontested cases, whether a single divorce lawyer can advise both parties.

30 December 2019