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Avoiding Business Ownership Disputes

November 07, 2018

If you are one of two or more owners of a business, what happens when the state of the shared ownership enters a state of unrest or significant change? The consequences of these changes could possibly be severe and life altering for the affected...

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WRG Video Blog - Barry Dorans - New Business Formation: Choosing the Right Entity

July 03, 2018

You have a great idea for a new business you what to develop, but what type of entity should you choose when forming your business? It is important to make an informed decision from the outset of organizing your company. In his first video blog,...

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New Business Formation - Planning for the Future from the Beginning

May 29, 2018

When one individual wants to form a business, it is not that hard to have the paperwork completed. When there is more than one owner, however, other issues arise. In his second article on business formation, WRG attorney Barry Dorans delves into...

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New Business Formation - Avoiding Personal Liability

May 04, 2018

A primary reason why an owner retains a lawyer to help them set up a business is to make sure they are not personally liable for the debts of the company. In this blog post attorney Barry Dorans highlights a recent case from the United States...

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3 Questions That Will Help Business Owners Learn: Is My Business an Asset, or is it My Employer?

January 30, 2018

WRG attorney David Bastiaans has worked with business owners for the past 19 plus years. Some of the owners he works with are very happy and satisfied with their business while others find it a constant grind and struggle. This article looks into...

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What Is The Big Deal It Is Only A Name?

July 25, 2017

Many businesses use a name that is different from its legal name called a trade or fictitious name. This can happen by simply dropping the “Corp.,” “Inc.,” “LLC,” etc. from the legal name of the business entity. For example, an entity created as...

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Does Your Corporation or Limited Liability Company Protect You?

October 01, 2013

The whole idea of using a corporation or limited liability company is to provide protection for the owner from the creditors of the corporation or limited liability company. The law says you are not personally liable for your corporate or limited...

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Should I Form a Corporation or a Limited Liability Company?

October 01, 2013

One of the main benefits of a corporation or limited liability company (“LLC”) is that unlike a partnership or sole proprietorship, the owners of the entity have no personal liability to any contractual creditors of the corporation, unless they...

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