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At Buntrock Law, we believe understanding and transparency are vital for successful relationships. We are pleased to create and share topical and informative estate, construction, and business law articles to help you better navigate the legal landscape here in the state of Arizona. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions, need legal advice, or are looking for an experienced attorney to help you through the complex legal process. Check back shortly for more informative legal articles published by the expert business attorneys at Buntrock Law Group.

Owning and operating a business in Arizona is no simple task. Throughout a company’s time in business, legal issues are likely to arise, causing unexpected time and financial constraints on your business. With an experienced business law attorney by your side, you can navigate the complex legal system with accurate knowledge and assistance. Our team is committed to providing only the best services to each of our business clients.

BUY SELL AGREEMENTS

A Buy-Sell Agreement is important for all Arizona partnerships, corporate entities, and other business organizations. It is in the best interest of each co-owner to determine the best course of action upon the situation of an owner’s departure. To find the best terms...

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WHEN DOES A JOINT VENTURE FORM?

Many times, individuals start a new business without documenting who owns what. Later a disagreement arises and the parties are in a gray area over who owns the company assets. Under Arizona law, a joint venture is formed when two or more parties agree to pursue a...

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FORECLOSING ON TAX LIEN CERTIFICATES

If you pay your property taxes through your monthly mortgage payment, you probably are not concerned about delinquent property taxes. Your mortgage lender pays those taxes directly when they come due. However, some property owners pay their property taxes directly to...

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NONCOMPETE AGREEMENTS: DO YOU NEED ONE?

In order to be enforceable, a non-compete agreement must be reasonable in both its length of time and the geographic territory. What is reasonable is subject to interpretation but the time and territory must be no greater than necessary to protect the employer’s...

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New Year Resolutions: Update Estate Plan

The beginning of a new year is a perfect time to review your estate plan—and if needed—update it to ensure it continues to align with your personal goals. Estate planning goals change over time for many reasons and if you’ve experienced a life-changing event recently,...

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Can You Really Trust an Online Trust?

You say you can’t afford an attorney to help you create a trust. Quite frankly, you can’t afford not to use an attorney to help you create a trust. Granted, everyone wants to save time and money. But when your family is concerned and your legacy is at stake, those are...

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