Provisions That Should Not Be In Your Prenuptial Agreement

Posted on: 7 October 2016
A prenuptial agreement is a legal document that is signed by you and your spouse before you form a legal union. Although most people view this document as a way to protect assets, it actually can be quite beneficial to both parties. This is because it stipulates what is expected from each spouse and this can invariably solidify the union. Nevertheless, it is prudent to ensure that your prenuptial agreement is looked at by a lawyer before you sign it.
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Using Your Unpaid Invoices to Avoid Insolvency and Bankruptcy

Posted on: 26 September 2016
When it comes to financing a small size business, you are sure to find that there are a lot of challenges that you will face as an entrepreneur. The most common option that people will resort to would be to look for funding from their bank of choice, and this will typically be in the form of a loan. The disadvantage of loans is that they tend to garner interest whether or not your business is making money, and thus this could still lead you down the path of insolvency and bankruptcy.
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Why a Conveyancing Solicitor Would Be a Worthwhile Investment

Posted on: 22 September 2016
If you are considering selling your home on the real estate market, it is prudent to ensure you have some professional legal advice throughout the process of the sale. Some homeowners make the mistake of assuming not hiring a conveyancing solicitor would enable them to save some money. The truth is if anything during the sale was found not be above board, you could end up paying costly litigation fees and even losing the profit from the sale.
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Website Copyright Trolling - Your Legal Rights

Posted on: 21 September 2016
Pretty much every business has a website these days, and bespoke sites can be expensive to commission.  So how can you ensure that your site and its content aren't copied and used by internet copyright trolls?  Read on for some helpful information. Copyright Although you can copyright every page of your website by simply applying the copyright symbol (©), this won't prevent trolls from stealing your content, layout or site design.
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