Business litigation can occur for numerous reasons, such as contract breach disputes or cases involving disputes with employees. However, in the past few decades, another type of dispute has arisen as a potential problem for businesses in Nevada: intellectual property disputes.
Some of our readers in Nevada may wonder, what are the most basics parts of an estate plan? Well, as a recent article noted, in many cases the most basics components of such a plan are: a will; power of attorney documents for financial matters and healthcare matters; a so-called "living will," which is actually a directive to family members and healthcare professionals regarding what type of end-of-life treatment you do and do not want to receive; and, for some people, a trust for some or all assets they own.
Perhaps you have a sneaking suspicion that something isn't right about your loved one's will. You had conversations with your family member prior to his or her death regarding how to distribute the estate, but when you read the will filed with the court, it didn't reflect those wishes.
While it can be an exciting time for Nevada residents when they are getting ready to start a new business, such a time is also fraught with risk, including legal risks. Any entrepreneur would likely tell our readers that getting off to the right start is crucial for a new business. The right start includes taking the right steps in the formation of the business.