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Handling an international business dispute

When it comes to business disputes, all sorts of challenges can arise. However, this is often especially true with regard to international business disputes, which can be even more tricky to work through. If you are facing an international business dispute, you may have a wide range of questions and a considerable amount of anxiety. During this time, it is essential to go over your legal rights and make sure that you have spotted the most practical solution. In North Canton and in other parts of Ohio, the outcome of a business dispute can have both short-term and long-term effects on a business, which is why these cases must be handled carefully.

Challenging a will on the grounds of undue influence

Imagine that before he passed away, your father had a new girlfriend. Shortly after they started dating, you saw less and less of him. Every time you called to check in, she answered the phone and provided some excuse for why he couldn't talk. After he passed, the probate attorney called you about the will and you found out that your father had recently written a new one that did not include you or your siblings. Instead, he left everything to his girlfriend.

Looking over the consequences of business litigation

If you own a business, you could find yourself in the middle of litigation for a wide variety of reasons. Perhaps another company is accusing you of wrongdoing or maybe a customer is claiming that their rights were violated. Regardless of the reason why a lawsuit has arisen, the repercussions can be damaging. Our law firm knows that litigation can have a wide range of consequences for business in Ohio, some of which can create problems that arise later on.

Types of trusts

The process of estate division in Ohio is often long and complicated. However, one way to streamline the process is to establish trusts. According to the IRS, a trust gives the title of assets to another person, who is then required to distribute or use them according to the benefactor's wishes. Essentially, a benefactor establishes who will assume control of his or her assets and ensure that the beneficiaries receive their portions after the benefactor's death.

Landowner considerations before signing an oil and gas lease

Thanks to the Utica Shale, many landowners in Ohio are wondering about leasing their property to oil and gas companies. While the thought of oil makes many people see dollar signs, the truth is that often, the terms of the lease reduce profits significantly. The Stark County Farm Bureau explains that many factors go into negotiating a fair lease agreement.

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