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How Can I End a Contract?

Posted by Jonathan Krems | Dec 23, 2021 | 0 Comments

How Can I End a Contract? In today's Freedom Friday blog and email newsletter, I want to answer a question that I don't get from a lot of clients, but honestly, a lot of clients are afraid to ask this question, too.  That question is, “How can get out of this bad contract?”  Or, put another way, ...

Why Should My Small Business Borrow Money?

Posted by Jonathan Krems | Dec 21, 2021 | 0 Comments

Why Should My Small Business Borrow Money? There are a lot of different views out there about borrowing money for your small business.  Some people think you should not borrow money at all for your small business as a hard and fast rule.  Then there are some people out there who might be against ...

What is Asset Protection Planning?

Posted by Jonathan Krems | Dec 20, 2021 | 0 Comments

What is Asset Protection Planning? Although Liberty Legal Solutions, LLC, focuses on business law and civil litigation services, I get a lot of inquiries about wills, and even more about trusts.  While there are other lawyers out there who focus exclusively (and expensively) on estate planning, i...

Why Does Your Small Business Need a Buy-Sell Agreement?

Posted by Jonathan Krems | Dec 19, 2021 | 0 Comments

Why Does Your Small Business Need a Buy-Sell Agreement? In today's Freedom Friday blog and email newsletter, we're once again going to answer one of those questions that are maybe less frequently asked, and that is, “Why does your small business need a buy-sell agreement?”  Now, first of all, if ...

Why Should the Buyer Beware?

Posted by Jonathan Krems | Dec 17, 2021 | 0 Comments

Why Should the Buyer Beware? Have you ever heard the saying, “Caveat emptor, let the buyer beware”?  I've heard that saying all my life, usually regarding the claims of products which might not produce the result I was looking for.  This is why you need to be cautious if you're buying a house and...

What is a Commercial Claim?

Posted by Jonathan Krems | Dec 16, 2021 | 0 Comments

What is a Commercial Claim? Before I get into this week's Freedom Friday blog and email newsletter, I apologize that we did not have an issue released last Friday.  My wife and I have been recovering from Covid, which has slowed down a number of projects.  We are doing much better, though, and we...

Why Are Vendor Contracts So Important?

Posted by Jonathan Krems | Dec 15, 2021 | 0 Comments

Why Are Vendor Contracts So Important? Just about ever small business owner has vendors.  Even vendors have vendors.  In today's Freedom Friday blog, I want to answer an important question that is not always asked, and that is “Why are vendor contracts so important?” First of all, what's a vendo...

What is Arbitration?

Posted by Jonathan Krems | Dec 13, 2021 | 0 Comments

What is Arbitration? Have you ever got a new credit card in the mail, and skipped reading the paperwork they send with it?  Or how about gone to buy a new car?  Do you read the contract for the car or your financing?  If you're in business, do you read the fine print of your commercial contracts?...

How Can My Small Business Avoid Employee Problems?

Posted by Jonathan Krems | Dec 13, 2021 | 0 Comments

How Can My Small Business Avoid Employee Problems? In today's Freedom Friday blog and email newsletter, I want to discuss one more rarely asked question, and that's how your small business can avoid employee problems.  If your small business has employees (not independent contractors), then you n...

How Can My Small Business Avoid Partner Disputes?

Posted by Jonathan Krems | Dec 12, 2021 | 0 Comments

How Can My Small Business Avoid Partner Disputes? In today's Freedom Friday blog and email newsletter, I want to discuss another rarely asked question, and that is how your small business can avoid partner disputes.  No one wants to be in business with a “partner” who is not pulling their weight ...

Why Does Your Small Business Need a Succession Plan?

Posted by Jonathan Krems | Dec 10, 2021 | 0 Comments

Why Does Your Small Business Need a Succession Plan? In today's Freedom Friday blog and email newsletter, I want to discuss a question that is rarely asked, but should be, and that is why your small business needs a succession plan.  No one wants to plan for the event when they either pass away, ...

Help! How Can I Fire My Small Business Employee?

Posted by Jonathan Krems | Dec 07, 2021 | 0 Comments

Help!  How Can I Fire My Small Business Employee? In today's Freedom Friday blog and email newsletter, I want to discuss an issue related to last week's topic.  In last week's Freedom Friday blog and email newsletter, I answered the question, “Help!  How Can I Hire My First Employee?”  In this we...

Help! How Can I Hire My First Employee?

Posted by Jonathan Krems | Dec 06, 2021 | 0 Comments

Help!  How Can I Hire My First Employee? In today's Freedom Friday blog and email newsletter, I want to discuss an issue that came up in a consultation I was having with a prospective client this week.  I was meeting with a growing small business owner, and he was asking about possibly hiring his...

How Can My Small Business Avoid a Lawsuit?

Posted by Jonathan Krems | Dec 05, 2021 | 0 Comments

How Can My Small Business Avoid a Lawsuit? In today's Freedom Friday blog and email newsletter, I want to answer a question that I am NOT often asked, but I wish I were asked more often, and that question is, “How can my small business avoid a lawsuit?”  As a small business owner there are severa...

Why Should an Attorney Review My Small Business Contracts?

Posted by Jonathan Krems | Dec 03, 2021 | 0 Comments

Why Should an Attorney Review My Small Business Contracts? Recently a prospective client sent me a contract for me to review, and he said in his email, “Boilerplate, isn't it, nothing wrong with that?”  Or something like that.  Many contracts are “boilerplate” contracts, which means they are a st...

Help! How Can I Restructure My Small Business?

Posted by Jonathan Krems | Dec 02, 2021 | 0 Comments

Help!  How Can I Restructure My Small Business? Earlier this week I attended the Oklahoma 2nd Amendment Association meeting, and Don Spencer, their President, asked me to come up and speak about a matter.  This was totally impromptu, but I obliged.  After the meeting, a nice lady came up to me, a...

Why Does My Small Business Need an Operating Agreement?

Posted by Jonathan Krems | Dec 01, 2021 | 0 Comments

Why Does My Small Business Need an Operating Agreement? In today's Freedom Friday blog and email newsletter, I want to talk about a topic that comes up frequently with prospective clients who want to start a new business, or who want to restructure their small business, especially if they are usi...

Why Does My Small Business Need a Buy-Sell Agreement?

Posted by Jonathan Krems | Nov 30, 2021 | 0 Comments

Why Does My Small Business Need a Buy-Sell Agreement? In today's Freedom Friday blog and email newsletter, I want to answer a question I get asked from a lot of new small business owners, especially when they are starting a small business with a partner, and that question is “Why does my small bu...

How Can I Prepare My Small Business for the Future?

Posted by Jonathan Krems | Nov 29, 2021 | 0 Comments

How Can I Prepare My Small Business for the Future? The month of May is Small Business Month, and so all during this month in the Freedom Friday blog and email newsletter I want to answer questions which will help you succeed as a small business owner.  In today's Freedom Friday blog and email ne...

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