Monthly Archives: February 2018

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How to Deal with Business Disputes

When business partners have different ideas of how things should work in their business or how to address new problems, conflicts arise. Addressing the way conflicts are dealt is a good practice right when the business starts up. Yet, many partners or business associates never set up these practices so when a struggle arises, each has a different way to attack the problem. Businesses have been destroyed by conflicts—those big and small—and your business’s survival could hinge on finding a solution. Some of the disputes commonly experienced between business partners are: Problems with confidential information and protecting data Libel and slander between partners Issues between shareholders and partners Competition and antitrust matters Litigation Relative to Securities Arguing and suing one another will not bring the solution of business disputes. Finding an amicable way to resolve disputes will help you now and as your business grows. Here are Four Strategies for Resolving Business [...]

2019-01-09T00:26:24+00:00February 16th, 2018|

Steps to Getting the Right Lawyer for Your Needs

Deciding you need a lawyer is itself a big decision, one that forces you to make yet another important decision – who? Finding the right lawyer may feel like a daunting task but it doesn’t have to be. Before you start doing aimless internet searches, take a few minutes to clarify why you need a lawyer. Is your divorce becoming contentious? Are you starting a new business venture? Have you been accused of a crime?  Determining the kind and scope of legal services you need will go a long way towards making the final selection. Once you’ve determined what kind of lawyer you want, it’s time to find an individual or a firm that has expertise and experience in your desired field.  Maybe you already know a lawyer or two socially; you should ask him or her for suggestions. Perhaps you have a family member or colleague who recently [...]

2018-12-07T20:40:01+00:00February 9th, 2018|

Moving and Custody Issues

When parents with minor children separate or divorce, they live in separate residences where the children will either live as their primary or custodial residence and then visit the other parent at their homes. In the majority of cases, the parents will live within a few miles of each other so transportation for visitation purposes is not a major issue. However, changes in a parent’s life occur frequently that may necessitate that parent to relocate, usually to pursue a new employment opportunity with better pay and benefits. In other cases, the parent will have remarried and will need or want to move to the new spouse’s residence, which may be in another part of the state or even thousands of miles away. In New York, the primary custodian of the children may not simply pack up and move away with the children unless the non-custodial parent consents. If there [...]

2019-01-09T00:30:40+00:00February 5th, 2018|

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