My name is Alejandro Uria. I am an advocate for growing access to justice for businesses and individuals who can't afford it. I love writing about startups, legal tech, and intellectual property.
There's a lot of misinformation on the internet about how to plan for your estate properly. Very often, you will get that information from talking to your parents or your friends. We suggest you do your research and gather information from different sources. Friends or family may not know everything about estate planning law. Even when you talk to attorneys, they may steer you down the wrong road because they have some other incentives in mind.
When you think about the topic of divorce, most people's reactions aren't along the lines of "oh, fun, can't wait to do that!" Oftentimes, divorce can be extremely difficult. It's essentially uprooting your way of life and can be especially hard if you have children. This article is written for those parents going through a divorce who want to know how to do what's best for themselves and for their kids. While every parent and family is different, we hope that with the information contained here, your divorce, while it will likely still be hard, will at least be a little bit easier both on you and your children.
Starting a startup or small business costs a ton of money, and the majority of the fees go to attorneys to establish a corporation or LLC and to drafting legal documents to ensure that the business is compliant with the law and that it's legally protected.
Small businesses are the bedrock of any economy. In the United States alone, almost all employers actually come from small firms. They create 47.5% of all jobs in the private workforce, according to the latest SBA report. But getting a small business off the ground can be difficult, especially if you don’t know the legal concepts and resources necessary to get your business up and running. Luckily, in this article, we’ll walk you through 8 essential legal documents you need before you start selling!