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 Fair and equitable?
In the legal context, Fair and equitable means In a bankruptcy, fair and equitable is a term used to signify that everything is being done to see that creditors are paid fairly and reasonably, and that the stockholders are also treated equitably. Such treatment generally takes place during the reorganization of the bankrupt company.
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