Every entrepreneur should consider working with five crucial partners: an attorney, an accountant, an insurance agent, a lender and a financial adviser. Good attorneys will work with small business owners to help them minimize liability, and some attorneys limit their practices to this area of the law. Entrepreneurs should find members of their advisory team that are smart, passionate, focused, willing and qualified to serve their respective roles.
Monthly Archives: April 2014
Legal-Ease: Life estates, sequential ownerships in real estate
Ohio law allows for sharing arrangements when it comes to real estate. A number of options exist when it comes to life estates and sequential ownerships in Ohio.
Legal-Ease: Different deeds, different promises by the seller
The three most common types of deeds are warranty deeds, limited warranty deeds and quit claim deeds. Each type of deed in real estate is different in its own way, especially in what it promises from the seller.
Legal-Ease: Hiring attorney often a value-added proposition
When you hire an attorney, you’re hiring someone to not only follow your advice, but also someone who will think, analyze and advise to help ensure that the best possible decisions are being made for you. In addition to following your wishes, your attorney will be exercising his own professional judgments.