A Company Law Jargon Buster

A Company Law Jargon Buster

Company law is full of confusing terms, and if you don’t know what they mean then setting up a company can start to look far more scary than it really should be. Read through this jargon buster and you should find it much easier to understand what starting up is all about. Reference Source: Free … Read More

Wrongful Termination: 18 Things a Lawyer May Want to See When You Meet

Wrongful termination occurs when you are fired in a way that violates public policy and may include situations where you were forced to resign (called constructive discharge). If your employer fired you, or asked you to resign, or if you quit because you felt working conditions were intolerable, you may have a case for wrongful … Read More

1031 Exchanges – The Legal Way To Defer Investment Property Capital Gains Tax

With the booming property prices of recent years, more and more people are finding themselves facing a large tax bill when they come to sell their investment properties. However, did you realize that there is a perfectly legal way of deferring payment of such taxes by utilizing the advantageous 1031 tax code that was introduced … Read More

Battling the IRS

There was once a song about battling the law and losing. Fortunately, battling the IRS is possible and sometimes inevitable. Battling the IRS When such a situation occurs, usually in the form of an audit and followed by possible federal prosecution, it becomes necessary to stand up to the IRS. As many experts will tell … Read More

‘Help The Court Has Seized My Assets’ – Garnishment In Law And Practice

A court order that seizes assets from the defendant to pay off a debt is known as Garnishment. One form of garnishment is automatic withholding of the debtor’s wages. When a creditor fails to satisfy the debt taken, the court can issue a garnishment against him. When the creditor petitions the court to send a … Read More