In yesterday’s blog we outlined our plan for participating in World Elder Abuse Awareness Week with an introduction of the issue, an overview of the topics we planned to cover, and the definition of elder financial abuse. Today, we’ll discuss why elder financial abuse is a problem and who may be at risk.Read More
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After several years of harmony, business disputes have now arisen over management and financial issues between you and the co-owner of your limited liability company (LLC). You don’t want to dissolve the business; you want to continue, just without your troublesome co-owner.Read More
Your tenant is delinquent in rent payments and in default, possibly due to financial trouble. As landlord, you want to declare him in default, terminate the lease and seek payment of accrued past and recovery of future rent for the remainder of the term. Your lease remedies for default terms provide for a cumulative and disjunctive shopping list of lessor’s rights allowing recovery of the premises by re-entry, re-letting, termination of the defaulting lessee’s lease AND recovery of past due rent and future rent for the balance of the lease term.Read More
Restrictive covenants have always been a useful and legitimate means of protecting businesses in various professions from unfair competition, especially from departing employees or management who’ve had access and introduction to clients, patients or customers. Such restrictions are especially important for healthcare providers whose personal connections with patients form the basis for a continued relationship.Read More