Why Your Business Needs A Corporate Lawyer

Posted on: 16 September 2021
When you launch a company, your focus is on the core business functions like production, distribution, and marketing. As a result, only a few entrepreneurs take time to evaluate the need for legal support services. In most cases, business owners rush to engage a lawyer when they get into legal suits. So, if you are still unsure whether you need a corporate lawyer for your business, here are the reasons for retaining one.
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Pursuing Justice In A Rideshare Accident

Posted on: 12 August 2021
Rideshare services have emerged as a popular way for individuals to get from one destination to another without having to drive their own vehicles. Unfortunately, like any other driver, the drivers for these services could have an accident while you are in the vehicle. There are a few things you need to know if you have been involved in a rideshare accident.  Accidents In A Rideshare Do Not Require You To Sue Your Driver
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Tips For Hiring An Attorney If You Were A Passenger In A Rideshare Accident

Posted on: 9 July 2021
Ridesharing has become very popular over the years, and you might have used one of the popular ridesharing apps for transportation yourself. If you have recently been involved in a car accident while you were a passenger in a ridesharing vehicle, the next step that you might be thinking about could involve hiring a car accident lawyer to help you. These tips can help you if you have found yourself in this type of unfortunate situation.
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Divorcing? 3 Ways Separate Assets May Have Become Marital Property

Posted on: 7 June 2021
During a divorce, it's important that you and your spouse identify all the assets or money that could be marital property subject to division. Leaving marital property assets off the table lowers the amount with which you will walk away from the divorce. So even if a particular asset or assets seems like separate property — items your spouse entered the marriage with — don't rule out that it may have become marital property.
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