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At Buckley Fine Law, we understand the importance of a stress-free and transparent residential real estate transaction. Whether you're purchasing your family's first or second home, your dream residence, or your vacation home, we'll guide you through every step and advocate for your best interests.
While most business transactions go relatively smoothly, specific contract provisions can help ensure they stay that way or offer protection in the event of a dispute. Consider these four clauses before entering into agreements.
After years of careful saving and planning, the time has come for high school students to transition to college — a transformative milestone and the beginning of their journey toward independence. As you prepare for this next step, certain planning essentials are suitable for any age but especially helpful for your young adult's financial and legal well-being.
From graduating college to starting a family and everything in between, your 20s and 30s can be an exciting yet uncertain time. Having an estate plan in place is one way young adults can gain control of their future no matter what life throws their way.
Every business owner should consider trademarking their company’s brand. In today’s world of ever-expanding social media and internet commerce, protecting reputation and intellectual property is more important than ever.
A new law recently signed by Illinois Governor JB Pritzker guarantees paid time off for employees. Commencing January of 2024, workers can start earning paid time off that can be used for any reason without providing documentation to their employer. Find out what employers need to know about updating policies and preparing for this change.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) declared that non-compete clauses - a section of an employment contract that prevents the employee from working for a competitor or launching a competing business for a certain time after the employee resigns or is terminated - stymie competition, hinder job switching, restrict wages and stifle innovation. As a result, the FTC found that non-compete clauses violate Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act.