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Great businesses are built on great ideas. Establishing, growing and ultimately choosing to sell your business is a colossal undertaking and truly a life’s work. For those with the passion and determination to pursue it, the results can be highly rewarding both personally and professionally. If you have a great idea and are ready to...
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Contracts are sometimes considered an after-thought…until they are far from that – until they are staring you in the face with serious legal and financial repercussions.  While just a simple piece of paper (or electronic document), business contracts put important protections in place for both you and the client, as well as specify the nature...
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Shareholders’ agreements are important business documents that spell out how shareholders of the company will work together. Once drafted and signed, it becomes the guiding document for how business decisions are made, disputes are handled, rights and obligations are upheld, and financial decisions are made.  While the best time to create a shareholders’ agreement is...
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Florida renters and lessees may feel like they maintain no power in a landlord/tenant relationship. They may simply feel like they are at the mercy of their landlord, but that’s not at all true.  Per the Florida Residential Landlord Tenant Act outlined in Florida Statute §83.40, a tenant is entitled to individual rights and responsibilities, including...
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Big or small, property damage can be devastating to deal with. Not only does it take a financial toll, it can be emotionally trying for the entire family. What’s more, many insurance companies can make the process of recovering a rightful claim payment seem nearly impossible.  We are here to help. If you experience damage...
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As a small business owner, you have a lot on your plate. From managing the day-to-day operations to keeping your other eye attuned to the big picture, it can be easy to let seemingly less-pressing tasks slide.  Often legal documents fall into this category of not being an immediate business need.  We urge you to...
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