A buy-sell agreement funded with term insurance can ensure the continuity of your business. Protect your financial security and learn more about this strategy from Ogborne Law.
When your company has an employee going through a divorce, it can impact not only your employee’s work but co-workers’ as well. We gathered some of the signs that indicate you may have an employee going through a divorce and share some ways to support them in this difficult situation.
Partner disagreement is common in the business world. Here’s how to know when one might be on the way.
Here at Ogborne Law, we can help protect your Phoenix business in case of a business disagreement. Get in touch with us today to schedule a free consultation with us to discuss your business needs.
Selling a business requires navigating many legal factors as well as creating binding, valid agreements and contracts. You need a firm with experience protecting both your business and your family’s future.
Good companies want to retain valued talent can be critical in a competitive market. You want the freedom to exercise your leadership and effective management skills, but you also should be legally protected. We offer free events to help you manage workplace conflicts.
Without a prenup, your business will be considered business community property. Protecting your business in case of a divorce takes planning and an honest conversation with your future spouse. A prenup is the best way to protect your business.
Whether or not you should include your business in your prenup is not an easy question to answer. it may be important to include it if the company struggles financially, you have business partners, or you want to protect your business in case you get a divorce.