Category Archives: Articles

Should you Register a Copyright to Protect your Work?

By | May 8, 2008

Nearly everyone is aware that copyrights exist, but many people fail to take advantage of the protection copyrights can afford when they should.  Copyrights are valuable tools in that they allow individuals to protect intellectual property.

Prepare for the Inevitable with Collection Forms

By | May 8, 2008

At some time or another, your business will encounter a client or customer who fails to make a payment you are due. People may fail to make payments due to simple forgetfulness, a change in employment, severe financial distress, or a thousand other reasons. At that inevitable moment when a payment is missed for the first time, businesses… Read More »

Filing for Bankruptcy is Affordable with Official Bankruptcy Forms

By | May 8, 2008

Are you considering filing for consumer bankruptcy? If you do some research, you will run into one of the biggest ironies concerning personal bankruptcies today: they’re expensive. While in the past it cost just a few hundred dollars in attorney’s fees to file for bankruptcy, today it can cost $1,500 or even more.

Top Five Reasons to Use a Bill of Sale

By | May 7, 2008

Regardless of what type of property or item you are about to sell or buy, you should insist that a Bill of Sale is used to finalize the transaction. A Bill of Sale Form that is compliant with your state’s laws is the only way both parties in a transaction can feel 100% secure about the terms of… Read More »

Create the Living Will you and your Loved Ones Need Today

By | May 7, 2008

Everyone has heard about a case involving a dispute over life-prolonging medical procedures. The stress and anxiety such decisions entail are impossible to imagine until you are burdened with having to make them. The only possible worse scenario is being prevented from carrying out your loved one’s wishes regarding life support treatments and care. One way to spare… Read More »

It’ll Never Happen to Me: Why Every Person Should Have a Living Will

By | November 8, 2007

Should you enter a persistent vegetative state, become terminally ill, or enter into an irreversible coma, a Living Will ensures that your wishes, regarding your care, will be met, should you not be able to speak for yourself. Read this article to find out more.

Renter from Hell: What Every Landlord Should Know About Their Tenants

By | November 8, 2007

Owning a rental property can be a profitable investment. However, there are certain pitfalls which should be avoided when choosing a prospective tenant. Read this article to find out more.

What’s Ours….is Mine!

By | November 7, 2007

It is a sad truth that over 50% of marriages in the United States end in divorce. What can you do to protect yourself and your property? Read this article, it might help

The Dos and Don’ts of Drafting a Prenuptial Agreement

By | June 6, 2007

Britney Spears sure has her critics, but with the dissolution of her marriage, she’s laughing all the way to the bank. With all of Britney’s millions, K-Fed has made off with a lot less than he could have. Her love may have faded, but her ironclad prenup has steadfastly weathered the test of time. Though they have been… Read More »

Preparing for the Day No One Wants to Think About

By | June 4, 2007

Planning for arrangements in the event of your death may seem like a daunting, and even creepy task, but the peace of mind you’ll get makes it worth it. Who knows, it may even tack on a few extra days to your life. First off, whether they’re in a file folder in your home or in a bank… Read More »