Category: Business Law

How to Be an Ethical Real Estate Investor

(You Don’t Have to be a Slimeball to Get Rich!) by Attorney William Bronchick Many people have a very 19th-century view of real estate investors. They think that we are modern-day “robber barons” who prey upon distressed or ignorant people, take advantage of them, and laugh all the way to the bank. The truly sad […]

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Corporate Records – What to Keep

Courtesy of  William Bronchick, Bronchick Law Whether you’ve created a corporation or limited liability company, you must maintain records. Here’s a primer on the basic corporate records you need to maintain. At Bronchick Law we can help you set up and maintain your corporate records! Corporate Records When forming a corporation or limited liability company, […]

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Top 10 Ways to Get Sued Part 1

By Attorney William Bronchick Here it is, the official, “Top 10 Ways to Get Sued” – guaranteed! In this post we will cover the 1st 5 Ways to Get Sued and in Part 2 to be posted in a couple of days, we will cover 5 more ways! 1. Do Business in Your Own Name. […]

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Read Before You Sign!

by Attorney William Bronchick Too many investors go to closing and sign documents without ever reading them, taking the word of the “professionals” involved in the closing. This is a huge mistake unless that professional is your lawyer, and he or she has read and understood the loan documents. Don’t presume that the lawyer you […]

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Expungement of Criminal Records

Courtesy of William Bronchick @ Bronchick Law Expungement of criminal records is the process of clearing an individual’s records of a crime committed. There are several other terms used to describe the expungement of criminal records. Often, it is used in correlation with sealing, destruction, or return to the subject of individual criminal records kept by […]

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Employment Law: Attendance Rewards – What Are the Legal Ramifications?

Courtesy of William Bronchick @ Bronchick Law If you were thinking of offering your employees special rewards as incentives for having good attendance records, then you must read on. In fact, employers that offer attendance bonuses may find themselves falling foul of the law. Let’s take an imaginary company; Royal Marketing introduced a rewards scheme for […]

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County Court Judgements Explained and The Effect on Your Credit

Courtesy of William Bronchick, Bronchick Law At Bronchick Law, our specialty is Real Estate Law, business, entity setup and maintenance, asset protection, estate planning and more. We find that clients that have had a judgment issued against them by a county, don’t always understand what it entails; both legally and what it might do to […]

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5 Types of Personal Injury Accidents

Courtesy of William Bronchick, Bronchick Law Although personal injury is not what we do at Bronchick Law, you may be involved in a situation where you need to retain one. Here is a little insight on the common types of personal injuries: If you have suffered a bodily injury such as a broken bone, cut or […]

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Real Estate IRA in Colorado – the Self Directed Checkbook IRA LLC

The Real Estate IRA in Colorado… By now I am sure you’ve heard that it is legal, permissible, and profitable to invest in real estate using your self-directed IRA, SEP, or Roth IRA. If you’ve been using this technique, you know the drawbacks – delays in funding, fees from your custodian, potential lawsuits against your […]

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Converting a Single Member LLC to an S corp

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