Retain a Lancaster Business Attorney to Secure Your Business Contracts or Theirs!

By Angela M. Ward, Attorney As a Lancaster County business attorney, I know that your business is most efficient if you have sound contracts in place. Whether you are buying, selling, renting, merging, leasing, hiring, starting a new job, or starting a new partnership, a sound contract is at the heart of every important business transaction. While many business agreements are sealed with an…

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5 Questions to ask if You’re Considering Bankruptcy

By Dennis Plank, Attorney If you've been struggling with a mountain of debt, you may be considering bankruptcy as one way to remedy your financial challenges. Bankruptcy is a good solution for many people in Lancaster County, but it is not right for everyone. Each person's issues and needs vary, so you may want to consult a bankruptcy attorney before making your final decision.…

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Choose the Business Form That’s Right for You.

Choose to Incorporate for Liability Purposes. Chose the Form of Your Corporation for tax Purposes. There are very few businesses that do not face exposure to claims from unhappy customers, vendors, or suppliers. As a business owner, it is important to protect your personal assets from claims that may be made against your business. Incorporating the business is the most effective way of getting…

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Lancaster County Employee Handbooks: Communication, Remediation, and Protection

There are many reasons to create an employee handbook that are predicated on sharing company missions, aligning the workforce, creating a shared sense of purpose, and simply providing a set of answers to common human resource and employment questions. In this blog entry, we'll focus on the lawful roles of employee handbooks, and hone in on the legal benefits and challenges of creating a…

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