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What Does a Real Estate Attorney Do for the Buyer and Seller?

Boulder real estate attorney - Keating and Lyden LLC

A real estate attorney plays a critical role in any real estate transaction that is happening on both the parts of buyers and sellers. Moreover, he/she also makes sure that the deal is structured properly to comply with the law. Here is some valuable information about the services Read more »

5 Benefits of Working with a Tax Attorney

-Benefits-of-Working-with-Boulder-Tax-Attorney

The IRS tax code is complex, as it covers over 1,700 pages. If doing taxes yourself is too time-consuming or difficult to absorb, here are five reasons why partnering with a Boulder tax attorney will help reduce the stress and complexities.

Finding the Right Real Estate Attorney for Lease Negotiation

Boulder Real Estate Attorney Lease Negotiation

An attorney is often needed in commercial real estate leasing deals to review landlord drafts and help in the negotiation process. Attorneys who work with small businesses usually have knowledge of or experience with commercial leases. Here are some important considerations to think about when choosing a Boulder real Read more »

Do You Need an Attorney for Trademark Infringement?

Attorney for Trademark

Trademarks are necessary to protect intellectual property such as the name of your business, slogans, and products. Legal cases involving trademarks and copyrights can be very complex due to the case by case nature of intellectual property. Hiring an experienced attorney in your field will give you advantages. Here Read more »

How an Attorney Can Help During Real Estate Closings

Attorney-Can-Help-During-Real-Estate-Closings

Whenever you are involved with a real estate transaction, it's important to work with an experienced attorney. Since real estate closings involve complex legal issues, it helps to have an attorney who checks all the vital aspects of the process.

Why You Should Have an Operating Agreement for Your Business

Operating Agreement for Your Business

If you start a limited liability company (LLC), you need to create an Operating Agreement with your partners. This document protects all members by specifying ownership percentages, rights and responsibilities of each partner. Here are more details to consider regarding an LLC Operating Agreement.

Slides on Reasons Why Mergers and Acquisitions Often Fail

Mergers and acquisitions

Mergers and acquisitions is a general term given to a bulky process of transactions that transfer or combine the ownership of companies or other business organizations or their operating units. As said that it's a bulky process, and requires a huge base of consents from various interest holders, Read more »

5 Reasons Why Mergers and Acquisitions Often Fail

Mergers and Acquisitions

Mergers and acquisitions often fail because the businesses involved do not think things through enough to produce a viable result. Reasons vary from case to case such as losing the focus on the desired objectives, or failing to devise a plan that includes suitable involvements and control, or the Read more »

5 Ways to Integrate Asset Protection Into Estate Planning

Estate Planning

You never want your property falling in the hands of the wrong person or simply being wiped away by any lawsuits filed by some plaintiffs against you. With an increasing rate of divorces, bankruptcies, and other cases like accident victims, loan default, etc., there is an increasing chance that Read more »

5-Stage Action Plan for Dealing With Your Debt Collector

Dealing With Debt Collector

You have been on a high pulse rate for the last few days because of the continuous calls by the debt collectors asking you to pay the bills you are falling short on. Debt collectors can be a first-party agency, a department or a subsidiary of the original company Read more »