CBM Lawyers Blog

When Purchasing a Commercial Property, Always Remember the Three “P’s”

If you're looking to take your business to the next level by purchasing a commercial property, you must consider what I call “The Three P’s,“ including "Parties," "Property," and "Price." Cumulatively, they will help guide you in the purchasing process to make the best possible decisions for you and your business.

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5 Ways a Lawyer Can Help You After a Car Accident

Car accidents can happen in the blink of an eye. One minute you’re driving along and the next, you’re facing life-altering circumstances. As a result, holding a job and maintaining a certain quality of life can be challenging. We’ve outlined the top five ways a lawyer can help you after a collision has occurred.

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5 Steps You Should Take to Protect Your Business

Owning your own business requires significant time and effort, whether you’ve been in the game for years or you’re just starting out. Like any investment, it should be protected. Taking simple steps can help reduce your liability, organize your business more efficiently, and ultimately protect your best interests. Scott shares his tips to set your business up for success and secure its future.

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6 Things To Do In The Event Of A Car Accident

B.C. winters bring dark days and heavy rainfall to the region, and with that, an increased number of car accidents. We know it’s best to be prepared for such events, but what exactly are the right measures to take after you’ve been in an accident? Rick McMullan breaks down the top six steps, with physical, emotional and financial wellbeing at the forefront.

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Am I Stuck With A Prenuptial Agreement?

A prenuptial agreement intends to simplify the separation process and protect the parties’ respective interests in the event that a separation occurs. But what happens if your feelings about the agreement change over time, and you realize it no longer actually protects your interests (or never did)? Does that mean you’re still stuck with the agreement? Not necessarily.

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