When you start a new company, it is very important to make sure that all of your legal paperwork is in order. This includes things like nondisclosure agreements, articles of incorporation, shareholder agreements, employee contracts and much more. Obviously, the specifics differ from one business to the next; for instance, a business without shareholders or investors needs less paperwork than one that has both.
For many people, the first step in estate planning is simply writing a will. As important as this is, that will may not stand up in a court challenge if your heirs contest it. Below are four different reasons they may do so:
When starting a new business with someone else, much of your potential for success hinges on whether or not you can find the right business partner. Trust your gut.
Employers are required to do everything possible to prevent employment discrimination from the minute they declare they are operational. When employers discriminate against their employees for whatever reason they can face lawsuits from employees and from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Here are some tips for preventing employment discrimination in Cincinnati.
Starting a new business can be a very exciting move, and while it can feel like a dream at first, you will quickly come back to reality when you realize the administration that is involved.
At the beginning stages of owning and operating a small business in Ohio, there are various financial and legal decisions you will have to make. One of these choices is determining which type of structure is most appropriate for your business. This choice depends on your goals and the type of business you want.
Have you always wanted to go into business for yourself? Do you have a stable of good ideas that you are itching to try on the Cincinnati market? Is your spouse going to be involved in the business? If so, you need to know how to go about starting a business with your spouse so you can properly set it up and not run into any issues.