Every great business has to start somewhere, but most don't think about starting with a shareholder agreement. In fact, most business owners don't think about drafting a shareholder agreement until the first problems arise.
Business contracts can get complex. It is tempting for some employers to bypass employment contracts, as it is another box to check off the never-ending list. While it is true some businesses get by without writing employment agreements, a lot can go wrong. For small business owners and large companies, this is a costly risk.
Mortgage fraud is a big business. Because mortgages often involve complex transactions with which the average property owner is unfamiliar, a dishonest realtor, broker or mortgage company can take advantage of sellers, buyers or those looking to refinance.
If your business has run into financial problems, your creditors may seek to foreclose on your business property or equipment.
A lot of people dislike their homeowners' associations (HOAs) for various reasons. However, sometimes the issues evolve straight into a legal battle.