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How To Incorporate Yourself Without a Lawyer
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Monday, 24 May 2010 01:57

You could save hundreds of dollars by incorporating yourself without a lawyer. How? Is it advisable to do so?

1. This is Not Legal Advice!

The only ones who should be giving legal advice are those licensed to practise law (in other words, only lawyers). This article is not legal advice. If you need legal advice, consult a lawyer.

This article is being written simply to inform you that it is possible to form a corporation or limited liability company without a lawyer.

2. Why Use a Lawyer?

First of all, if you make a mistake incorporating yourself, who do you sue? You only have yourself to blame. On the other hand, a lawyer has insurance to cover errors and omissions.

Last Updated on Monday, 24 May 2010 03:33
Why A Bankruptcy Lawyer Is Important PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 26 March 2010 23:59
Bankruptcy attorney Benjamin Ginter runs the Law Offices of Benjamin J. Ginter in Cranford, New Jersey. Here, he says that bankruptcy attorneys are the key to filing a successful bankruptcy. They counsel you every step of the way, make sure you file the right chapter, and explain how you can expect to rebuild your life afterwards.

What a bankruptcy lawyer helps

Some people do have a simple case that they could possibly do on their own. But it’s a good idea to have an attorney guide you through the process and make sure you do things correctly.

Bankruptcy lawyers work with clients who are having financial difficulty and are looking to have their debt wiped out in bankruptcy. They help their clients get a fresh start, and make them feel that they can live a productive life without the worry of being sued. Most importantly, attornerys protect their clients.

A debtor must attend the creditors’ meeting scheduled for his bankruptcy petition, which is conducted by the trustee. Creditors have been notified that they may question the debtor about his assets or any other matter relevant to the bankruptcy. The debtor must answer questions concerning:
• How the situation evolved
• Any actions taken with the property
• Debts listed in the petition or any other financial information requested by the trustee

Failure to respond or not respond truthfully can result in the petition being dismissed or, in extreme cases, a charge of perjury. Most clients come in ashamed of what they are going to do, and they feel like they have failed.
But a good bankruptcy attorney will be there to educate the client, to answer the client’s questions, and to treat him with respect and dignity. The attornery will also counsel the client to assure him that he is not doing anything illegal or wrong, and to help him get back on his feet.

Filing bankruptcy is not immoral

The bankruptcy law is in place because the system of law recognizes that your life and future should not be ruined because of some financial mistakes you've made or events that might have happened out of your control. You should never feel ashamed or like a failure if you decide to file for bankruptcy. The truth is, millions of people have filed, especially during this weak economic period. Even major billion dollar corporations file for bankruptcy. Hold your head up high and remember that bankruptcy can give you a fresh start.

By: figowang

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Last Updated on Sunday, 23 May 2010 16:44
Business Law Attorneys
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Sunday, 14 March 2010 23:45

Although the present together in this article, government contracts and government claims actually represent two separate areas of law. Of course, in some - but not all - cases, the Government asserts in fact derived from government contracts.

In any case, this paper presents information to provide you with information review of government contracts and claims. With this information, you will have a primer that will be useful for you if you decide to do business with the governmental entity or if you have a claim arising out of some interaction with the institution of government at the local, state or national level.

Last Updated on Friday, 19 March 2010 05:12