Discrimination is not a concept that is tolerated in society. However, business owners do have the right to refuse service, in certain instances. Treading this line carefully can be a challenge, but it is essential that business owners get it right. Learn more about what a right to refuse service should and should not look like. Uncontrollable Circumstances As a general rule, you cannot refuse service to a customer over something that they cannot control. [Read More]
Real Estate Attorney Services: Drafting Contracts And Negotiating Legally
For most home owners, their investment in their home is the largest investment in their lives. If you're looking to protect your investment, you need to minimize your risk by protecting yourself legally. Here are some of the ways that a real estate attorney can help make sure that your contracts give you leverage and protection. Negotiating In today's real estate market, many deals are conducted entirely electronically. This shift from in-person to digital negotiating can create some hurdles, particularly when you're haggling over small details or terms. [Read More]
Did You Accidentally Admit Fault After A Car Accident?
Did you get into a car accident that wasn't your fault, but the other driver is saying that you admitted liability? If so, you may be wondering how that will affect your ability to receive compensation to pay for your injuries. Here is what you need to know about when you accidentally admit fault. Anything Said To The Other Driver May Be Used Against You It's natural to go up to the other driver of a car accident and ask them if they are okay. [Read More]
There Is A Legal Process To Close A Business
Closing a business involves more than terminating employees and placing a closed sign on the door. To legally close your business there is a protocol that must be followed. Here are just some of the factors you must consider. Formal Decision Process Only businesses that are owned by a sole proprietor have the legal right to close without following a formal decision process. If the business is owned by more than one individual, is a corporation or an LLC, a formal decision process must be completed. [Read More]