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A Premarital Agreement can help ensure that a couple, not the court, decides how their property would be split in the event of a divorce.
In a Premarital Agreement, you can specify assets that will remain your separate property, what you would like to be considered community or shared property, and you can even specify how you would like to classify assets that you do not currently own. The parties can also stipulate that one party would benefit in a certain way from the marriage.
Our experienced attorneys will be able to explain what is typical and implement creative solutions for your unique situation to ensure that the finished product is going to reflect your individual needs. Our goal is for you to have the peace of mind to move forward in your marriage and into a bright future. The process is painless and straightforward.
Reasons for a Premarital Agreement:
- Protect assets that you have now or may acquire in the future
- Protect assets for you, your parents, or your children from a previous relationship
- Limit or eliminate the risk of having to pay alimony or spousal support
- Protect assets (in particular a business) that are owned by you and other parties
- Protect your parent’s legacy and your inheritance
Let us help you and your partner protect both of your financial interests before entering into your marriage.
You’ve worked hard to develop a business and to identify the business with your brand. This brand has value to your business and is an asset to your business. It is vital that you take all the necessary steps to ensure your asset is protected. Failure to properly secure your trademark leaves your business vulnerable, and other businesses could copy or utilize your brand in their marketing and advertising efforts. Allowing this to happen to your brand could significantly diminish the value of the goods or services you provide and have devastating consequences on your income potential and your business’s value.
Don’t let this happen to you. If you filed your trademark application and have received an office action from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), you should take immediate steps to follow through with the application and ensure you can protect your business.
Warning! Failure to respond timely could result in your application being abandoned. The USPTO has many lawyers who are well versed in the federal trademark laws. You should seek the help of an experienced trademark lawyer who can help you fight to protect your trademark. Remember, filing a trademark application is a legal action. Trying to sort through the process without the help of an experienced lawyer could cost you a lot of time and money.
Our firm can review your trademark application, do the appropriate searches, and help you make the best decision for your business to proceed with your application. We understand how important a brand is when building a business. We’ve been there ourselves, and we want to help you. We will do everything we can to make the process simple and easy for you. We will work on the legal issues and make sure your deadlines are met, allowing you to continue to focus on growing your business with the peace of mind knowing we are taking care of you and your brand.
It’s not exactly easy or fun to think about what will happen to your assets when you are gone. This is a complicated topic that many people put off addressing until it is too late, but our team of sensitive attorneys can help you prepare for the worst and put your mind at ease.
Estate planning, wills, and trusts are all issues that should be managed well before something happens that makes them necessary for you to face. Life is full of unpleasant surprises, and you never know when something unexpected may occur. Our caring attorneys and staff are knowledgeable in life planning, from living wills, powers of attorneys, wills, and trusts to estates’ disposition or probate. They are here to help you create a plan for whatever direction your life may take.
Preparing for the inevitable will ensure your loved ones face less of a burden during times of hardship. By having a solid plan in place, your family will have less stress to contend with during an already stressful time.
We are here to support you by helping to craft a plan that will protect your family when they need it most.
Brand protection is our business. Let us help yours.
Intellectual property can be the most crucial asset to a business owner, adding value to the company and brand recognition for its goods or services. Having the proper protection in place is essential to a business’s longevity. Whether it is a business name, slogan, logo, artistic or literary work, there must be protection in place.
We can handle your trademark and copyright issues. Our attorneys have experience in all steps of trademark prosecution, including filing trademark applications, responding to office actions issued by the trademark office, handling trademark oppositions and cancellations, and policing your trademark rights. We can also file your copyright applications and create custom terms of service and privacy policies for your website to further protect your intellectual property, regardless of the medium you choose.
Whether you are a current business that needs brand protection or a startup that would like to know more before you begin a business, give us a call or contact us to discuss and explore your options. We service clients throughout the nation.
It’s vitally important to protect yourself and your company in today’s business world, and we can show you the most practical way to achieve your business-related goals. The process doesn’t need to be intimidating, expensive, or overly complicated, and the knowledge that we can share with you will benefit your business for many years to come.
A thorough understanding of business law and business planning isn’t just a necessity for larger businesses. Any type of business owner can benefit from our attorneys’ knowledge, from the sole proprietors of local shops to the CEO of nationwide corporations. We understand that anyone who is heavily invested in the business world needs to protect their business in a savvy yet economical way.
You may not even be aware that you require assistance, but our attorneys can help to answer questions you may have and provide you with the support that your business needs.
Business Law covers the many types of situations that typical business owners find themselves facing. Among these areas of practice are:
- Partnership agreements
- Employment relations
- Business formations and structures
- Anything else that has to do with owning, running, or operating a business of any size.
We are skilled in business law, and during our initial consultation, we will enable you to identify potential weaknesses your business may face. We will then help you formulate a plan to assist with protecting you and your company.