• Business Contracts

    Common Types of Business Contracts Legal contracts are an integral part of business, and almost every single business owner will generally have to enter into some type contract at some point. A contract is defined as a legally binding agreement between at least two parties, which will set out the requirements of each party to uphold their side of the bargain. If a party later breaches the contract, any other parties involved may bring a legal action to either enforce the contract or recover for any losses they suffered as a result of the breach. Contracts are necessary to protect business owners by allowing legal recourse if another party does not live up to their promise. If you need any assistance with any type of business contract, the experienced

  • When Should I Review my Will?

    Too many people draft their last will and testament1 and then simply forget about it or do not revisit the matter for decades. Little do they know that if they pass away suddenly, an out-of-date will can cause numerous issues for surviving family members. Many things may change over time and require changes to a will of which you did not consider. For this reason, you should always have an experienced trusts, estates, and probate attorney assisting you with your estate planning and letting you know when the time comes for review and possibly revise your will or trust. At the Dickson Frohlich, our probate attorneys will always advise you on a good time to reevaluate your estate plan, so please contact us today in Seattle at (206) 621-1110 or in Tacoma

  • Stay off Social Media during your Divorce

    These days, almost everyone has a social media presence. Whether you use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, or any other similar site, the information that you post can often be seen by a large number of people. If you are going through a divorce, you should always be extremely careful about anything you post on any type of social media, and the best bet is often to avoid posting anything at all until your divorce is finalized. How social media can be used against you Especially in a contentious divorce, your spouse may be looking for evidence to use against you so he or she can receive a better outcome. Because many of us share a substantial amount of information online, social media profiles are often gold mines for divorcing spouses. Social medi

  • Should I Participate in the Foreclosure Mediation Program?

    A few years ago, the Washington legislature passed the Foreclosure Fairness Act that, in turn, created the state foreclosure mediation program. This program provides certain options for homeowners who are facing the threat of an impending foreclosure and gives them a chance to try to keep their home. Though the law does allow these new options for homeowners, anyone facing foreclosure in Washington should contact an experienced real estate attorney in Seattle or Tacoma as soon as possible. The lawyers at the Dickson Frohlich can inform you of your rights and options and will work to help you keep your house, so call today at (206) 621-1110 or (253) 572-1000 for help. What is the Mediation Program? The program gives homeowners certain rights if they ar