How To Avoid A Business Divorce

Many people compare business partnerships to domestic ones, and it’s easy to see why. Just like marriage, a business takes a lot of dedication and hard work; and, breaking up can be hugely expensive. Business divorces can destroy a business and any assets you have spent years building. While business divorces are sometimes necessary and the best course of action, every effort should be made to avoid these costly breakups.


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Common Bad Faith Tactics Used By Insurance Companies

Nearly everyone has some kind of insurance policy. Whether it’s for your car, home, business, or yourself, insurance policies give us peace of mind knowing that if anything happens, we won’t be left in the dark and coming out of pocket financially. Insurance is a good thing, but only if insurance companies play by the rules. Unfortunately, many insurance companies utilize bad faith tactics to avoid paying out on claims.


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What To Include in a Business Partnership Agreement

Starting a business is incredibly exciting, but many first-time business owners don’t anticipate the myriad of responsibilities involved with setting up, running, and maintaining a business. The day-to-day aspects of business operations can involve lots of moving parts, which can lead to stress and sometimes confusion among the owners of a business. When partners form […]


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Why You Need An Attorney To Draft Contracts

Many people conduct business without the help of an attorney. Oftentimes business dealings like transactions and agreements seem straightforward and simple to the layperson, but the reality is these matters have serious legal implications. Whether you are conducting business without a contract or are using a contract that was not drafted by an experienced attorney, you need to be aware of the risks you are facing.


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Breach of Fiduciary Duty in Real Estate Transactions

A fiduciary duty is a legal obligation wherein one party is legally required to act in the best interests of another. The obligated party is known as the fiduciary and is entrusted with the care of the other party’s finances, property, or other valuables. When a breach of this legal duty occurs, it can result […]


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Common Construction Law Issues

In Texas, the construction industry is booming. With the growth of the construction industry comes the need for experienced construction law attorneys that can assist with the unique legal issues that arise. At Feldman & Feldman, our construction law attorneys have experience successfully handling a wide variety of construction law issues, but some of the most common construction law issues we handle include


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5 Tips to Avoid Franchise Disputes

Franchise agreements can lead to beneficial and profitable relationships for the parties on both sides of those agreements. However, there are cases when a franchise relationship can lead to disagreements between the two parties. Disagreements do not have to become contentious lawsuits. They can be avoided in the first place or resolved before they become […]


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Six Ways to Protect Your Small Business from Fraud

According to a 2020 survey from PriceWaterhouseCoopers, 47% of respondents had experienced fraud in the prior 24 months. Business fraud is a growing problem as criminals become smarter and more daring. While no business is ever 100% fraud-proof, you can build your defenses. Here are six steps your business can take to better protect itself […]


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