Ask An Intellectual Property Lawyer

Link to Original Article: http://abizcareer.com/141417946/ask-an-intellectual-property-lawyer.html/2 Intellectual Property is a growing area of law. Every day, more people are choosing to safeguard their intangible constructions, designs and works. A good, detailed knowledge of intellectual property will allow creators to select the form of protection that is right for them. Below are 6 frequently asked questions answered by…


5 Tips When Buying Or Selling A House In Jamaica From Overseas

Retain an experienced and competent Attorney-at-Law to protect your investment and represent your interest. 2. Obtain a TaxPayer Registration Number (TRN). 3. Determine your means of financing and, if applicable, obtain pre approval for preferred mortgage provider. 4. Know what you are buying- obtain a title search, land survey and valuation to confirm the parameters…

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5 Tips For Divorce In Jamaica

Generally, you must have been married for at least two years and separated from your wife or husband for at least 12 months before you can petition for divorce. You may be separated while living under the same roof and under special circumstances you can apply to file before the two-year period. You only need…


5 Tips For Estate Planning

Estate planning is essential regardless of the size of your estate. A smart estate plan will maximize your benefit, provide clear instructions and protect your loved ones from unnecessary challenges. Make a Will. Start by listing all of your assets, including possessions or property such as land, house, funds in the bank, motor vehicles and shares….


Obtaining A Green Card Through Family

The green card (Alien Registration Card) is given to persons who become lawful permanent residents or green card holders and have the right to live and work permanently in the United States (U.S.). Usually after five years a green card holder can apply for U.S. citizenship. There are several ways to obtain a green card or become…


What Is A Power Of Attorney?

A Power of Attorney is a document by which one person (“donor”) grants another (the attorney or donee) the power to act on their behalf and in their name. Though the word Attorney is used the person does not in fact have to be an Attorney-at-Law and is called your “donee”, “agent” or “attorney-in-fact”. The Power of…


What Is A Limited Liability Company?

A limited liability company or “LLC” is a company structure in which the shareholders’ liability towards the loss or deficit is limited by the amount paid for the shares. Therefore, if the company collapses, the shareholders do not have to use their personal property to cover the loss. The risk or liability is therefore limited….