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In this video, we’ll discuss canceling a contract after it’s been signed.
Buyer’s remorse, we’ve all felt it at one point or another in our lives. You move into a new area and decide to check out the facilities at the local gym with no intention of buying a membership. Thirty minutes later you’re walking out the door with a year-long agreement and a stomach ache because they had a twenty percent discount on memberships that day. In general, Iowa does not provide consumers with the right to cancel all types of consumer contracts within a given period of time, but there are some exceptions depending on the industry.
Read the full article by our Iowa incorporation and corporate attorneys explaining how a contract can be cancelled after it has been signed.
In this video, Iowa corporate attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the situations when you should consult with a Iowa business attorney.
Attorneys are skilled in whichever specific industry you need them for, and in something as big as your own corporation, hiring a good attorney can help you ensure that you are running a legal business and all of your assets are covered. Our Iowa business attorneys outline a few major reasons why it makes sense to hire an attorney for your corporation or LLC.
In this video, our Iowa business attorneys explain the corporate duties of corporate officers and directors.
A majority of corporations’ structures consist of three main positions: directors, officers, and shareholders. Each holds a different role and is crucial to the effective running of the business. Our Iowa business attorneys explain key differences between each major position as well as address other questions pertaining to corporate officer duties including: