A Guide To Breach Of Contract Issues For Brokers And Agents That A Residential Real Estate Lawyer Can Help With

If you are a real estate broker or agent, you are likely to already be familiar with the possibility of being sued after a real estate deal has completed or even as the result of a failed real estate transaction. Unfortunately, there is the very real possibility that a lawsuit could result in significant financial loss. Even if the case is ultimately decided in your favor or it is dropped prior to making it to court, the issue could result in the loss of future income because of the bad PR. [Read More]

3 Tips For Hiring A Corporate Lawyer For Your Start-Up Business

First off, you should know that hiring a corporate lawyer for your start-up business is something that is highly important. This is because your lawyer is going to help you establish rules and guidelines about ownership between you and your co-founders. Without this type of contract being drafted, you can potentially lose control over your business over time and there won't be anything that you can legally do about it. Now that you know why you need a corporate lawyer, here are three tips to help you hire the right one for your start-up business: [Read More]

Times That You Should Hire A Private Investigator To Observe Your Teenager

Parenting a teenager presents a unique set of challenges and can occasionally be a difficult period. When you suspect that your teen has been engaging in behavior that you do not condone, you might be quick to confront him or her. However, unless you have solid proof that this behavior is indeed occurring, the confrontation will be difficult because it will essentially be a situation of "he said, she said." Instead of trying to spy on your teenager to observe his or her habits, consider calling a professional for help. [Read More]

Is The Bartender To Blame? What You Should Know About Bartender Liability Laws

If you have been charged with a DUI after a night out in a bar, you may think you have no one to blame but yourself. While you bear much of the responsibility, most every state in the nation now prohibits the sale of alcohol to clearly inebriated individuals. While there is some variance among states, the bottom line is that bartenders and those serving alcohol can receive much of the liability through violation of the laws in place to protect those drinking in an establishment. [Read More]