Frequently Asked Questions
You want to create a business corporation or LLC to protect your personal assets from any debts or liabilities created through your business.
Because is you wait for a problem to arise it may be too late to protect your interests. The best time to review a contract is while it is being prepared, so you know exactly what obligations and responsibilities are yours and which are the other party’s.
Typically, no. If the agreement meets the legal requirements of contract formation, you are required to perform your obligations or pay the other party damages. Both can be financially damaging to your company and you should know the ramifications or both options.
Yes, the first requirement is to determine paternity. This can be done at any point before the child reaches the age of 18. After paternity is established a court can issue an order for child support going both forward, and, also, to cover the period before paternity was established.
For business and family matters it is critical to have someone experienced guide you through the process. If you go it alone there can be serious and long term ramifications. For example, if alimony is waived during the divorce it cannot be issued later.
Child custody is determined by what’s in the best interests of the child(ren). The days of weekend visitation and every other Wednesday are long past. The court no longer takes a cookie cutter approach in determining the best method for raising a child. Sometimes the 50/50 split is best, whereas other times it may be best for one parent (mother or father) to have a majority of time with the child.