Protecting Your Family With Will Preparation

23 September 2015
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It is very important to take the time to prepare a will if you would like to distribute your belongings to certain people within your family or to friends. If you have a child or children, a will is needed so they are not placed into a foster care program upon your death. Here are some tips to use when preparing a will so you can be at peace knowing your heirs and belongings will be well-taken care of if you should die. Read More 

Purchasing A Business: Why You Need Help From A Corporate Lawyer

28 July 2015
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Did you find a business that you are ready to invest in and take over ownership? Before signing a sales agreement, you may want to seek services from a corporate lawyer to make sure you are not getting a bad deal. Find out below how a lawyer can be helpful when purchasing a business, as well as what he or she may charge to assist you. Why Should a Lawyer Be Hired Before Buying a Business? Read More 

Understanding How One Awarded Patent Can Infringe on Another

16 June 2015
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Many inventors, businesses, and entrepreneurs file for patents. Once awarded, they then find out they cannot make, sell, or do anything with their design. If they do, they can infringe on another's patent. So what's happening here? How can two different groups have two different patents if one patent infringes on the other? From Idea to Patent There's no big mystery, it's all about patentability. Just because something is patentable, doesn't mean that it doesn't infringe. Read More 

Three Things To Consider When Choosing A Witness To Your Will

14 May 2015
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Most states require you to have two or three witnesses who can sign your will. You must choose all these people with care if you want to avoid future conflicts in your estate plan. For example, a witness should be somebody who: Is Likely To Survive You Though it is not a legal requirement, it is advisable to choose a witness who is likely to survive you. This means that your witness should not have a terminal disease or be older than you. Read More 

4 Common (And Harmful) Misunderstandings About Patents

11 May 2015
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Do you have the perfect new invention or idea that you want to protect? It's time to get a patent attorney. Patent law can seem mystical to people that aren't familiar with it, and there are many myths and misunderstandings about the patent protection process: 1. An Obvious Product Can't Be Patented If this were true, there would be no such thing as a soda can. In fact, some of the best inventions and designs have been patented. Read More