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Getting Married: Do I Need a Prenuptial Agreement PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kris Moore   
Sunday, 24 April 2011 01:37

When you make prenup Agreementthe decision that you are getting married a lot of different emotions come to the surface. Initially most people are happy and exci ted bu t after everything sinks in you start pondering a lot other things like: sharing living space with someone else; should I sell my house or should she sell hers? Do we get a joint checking account? How do we share the living expenses? As you can see getting married can be a very daunting process. As you think more a bout this new chapter in your life the questions may arise: Do I need a prenuptial agreement? Or, Should I sign a prenup agreement?

Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 April 2011 16:38
Should I Sign an Arbitration Agreement PDF Print E-mail
Written by Micheal West   
Thursday, 21 April 2011 18:57

Arbitration was once an legal process that was only familiar to attorneys and executives of large corporations.  But in the 1990's arbitration agreements started showing up in more common places where everyday peoples was effected.  Arbitration agreements are now very common in the purchasing of a car, service contractors, employment contracts and even with hospitals and medical providers. Many times arbitration agreements are contained in ancillary agreements, or in small print in other agreements, and consumers and employees often do not know in advance that they have agreed to mandatory binding arbitration by purchasing a product or taking a job.  So the questions become “should I sign an arbitration agreement?” or “Should I agree to arbitration?”


Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 February 2013 23:16
What is Unjust Enrichment? PDF Print E-mail
Written by B. Clark, Esq   
Sunday, 10 April 2011 20:36

What is Unjust EnrichmentWhat is unjust enrichment? Unj ust enrichment is a legal principle and remedy that applies when a person unfairly gets a benefit by chance, mistake or another's misfortun e for which the one enriched has not paid or worked and morally and ethically should not keep. U njust enrichment is an equitable doctrine applied in the absence of a contract and used to prevent one person from being unjustly enrich ed at another's expense.


Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 April 2011 14:16
Power of Attorney: What is it? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mark West   
Sunday, 17 April 2011 21:37

A power of attorney is a legal document which allows a person to appoint another person to handle their business affairs while that person is unavailable or unable. A power of attorney allows another person to act in such affairs as signing papers, checks, title documents, contracts, handling bank accounts and other activities in the name of the person granting the power.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 April 2011 14:09
Are Oral Contracts Enforceable? PDF Print E-mail
Written by B. Clark, Esq.   
Thursday, 07 April 2011 17:55

A some point of time we all will find our self contemplating what rights we have in a gentleAre oral Contracts enforceablemen’s agreement or oral contract. The question often become whether a oral contract is enforceable at all. A written contract is where the agreement between the parties is a written document detailing the terms of the agreement. In contrast, an oral contract is where the terms of the contract have been agreed by spoken communication.


Last Updated on Monday, 11 April 2011 17:13

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