Proactive vs. Reactive
How many businesses wait to hire a lawyer until things have already gotten out of control?
How many businesses save money by hiring a lawyer to give them ongoing guidance?
Most reactive businesses pay more than double for legal services, while proactive businesses get a lawyer that is actually familiar with business owners and their situations, thus saving the business thousands of dollars in the process.
What is the legal definition of Attorney-in-fact?
In the legal context, Attorney-in-fact means An individual who is authorized by a written document to act for another. The individual need not be an attorney and the written document is often called a Power of Attorney.
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