Corporate Law: 2 Common Franchise Disputes & How An Attorney Can Help

Posted on: 13 April 2015
Attorneys who specialize in corporate law are often solicited by those who need assistance with franchise disputes. Opening a franchise, whether it's a department store chain or a fast food restaurant, can be an exiting and lucrative venture. Unfortunately, the laws regarding franchising are quite complex, and owners often find themselves facing lawsuits regarding a breach of agreement or unpaid royalties. If you're on the receiving end of a franchise dispute, or are contemplating filing one yourself, the following illustrates a few ways a corporate attorney can provide assistance.
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Social Security Disability Cases: Why Hiring A Lawyer Is Worth The Cost

Posted on: 1 April 2015
If you are filing a social security disability claim, the process can be confusing and you might be up against an employer that is reluctant to pay out. You may feel like bringing in a lawyer to help fight your case would be an expensive endeavor, but this might be your only option. Here are three reasons you can afford to bring in a lawyer to help settle your social security disability benefit claims.
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How Your Home Inspection Can Help You Negotiate A Better Offer

Posted on: 25 March 2015
A home inspection can bring to light issues that can help you negotiate a better deal. You may not feel you need one, but here are some things you should consider before you make an offer on a home. Should You Get an Inspection? The first question that many people have is whether they should get an inspection before or after deciding to make an offer. It always helps to have some information before making an offer.
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Addressing 2 Common Questions Associated With Child Custody

Posted on: 12 March 2015
Family law is one of the most complex areas of law because it covers everything from divorce to child support. Due to the complexity associated with these topics, it's often advised to seek legal counsel. Indeed, unless you possess a strong legal background, it's unlikely that you'll be able to navigate through the judiciary system, which means that the outcome of the legal procedure you initiate will hardly be in your favor, especially if your spouse is legally represented.
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