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Help for Heros Program

Since our founding in 2010, our law firm has been dedicated to helping small business owners, entrepreneurs and real estate investors. As you have grown, so have we. We have an affinity for two special groups of Americans- Entrepreneurs &

Can I Sue That Guy in Indiana?

INDIANA LAW UPDATE When you sign a contract, do you read it to determine where a dispute under the contract must be litigated? Or mediated, if mediation is required? Or arbitrated, if arbitration is required? Many contracts contain two clauses

“End of Life Plans”- What Happened When Robert Died Without a Plan

Everyone needs an “End of Life Plan” to ease the tasks our loved ones must complete after we pass away. An “End of Life Plan” can be simple or complex, depending the complexity of your assets and family composition. For

Why Special Warranty Deeds Aren’t that Special

It is common for a real estate purchaser to complete or accept a purchase agreement form without paying much attention to the seller’s obligation to execute and deliver a deed.  Often, a seller will agree to execute and deliver only

Uber, Virtual Law Offices & Ma Bell: Which One is Not Like the Others?

Innovation has been intensely analyzed and discussed as a topic in business schools, magazines and thousands of books.  Yet, innovation remains one of the most important subjects for business owners, because of the acceleration of development in products, services and

Title Insurance Essentials — PART 1

GRIFFITH LAW GROUP represents a large number of landlords, real estate investors and property managers. In our real estate law practice, we get asked a wide range of questions. In this article, we address a couple of important topics raised

Indiana Virtual Law Complies with ABA Guidelines

Not every law–related website follows the best practices and guidelines established by the American Bar Association.  Our website does.  Indiana Virtual Law has been carefully designed by the attorneys at Griffith Law Group to comply with two separate sets of

4 Reasons Probate is Actually Great

“Probate is so expensive.” “Probate takes forever.” “Probate is so intrusive.” “I really just want to avoid going to probate.” Sound familiar? If you’ve researched estate planning on the internet, you’ve probably noticed that probate gets a pretty bad rap—but

Why do I need Advance Directives and Powers of Attorney?

Advance directives and powers of attorney can be extremely useful estate planning tools. These documents are tools to assist you and your loved ones, should you become incapacitated (either mentally or physically) or when death is imminent. Advance Directives Generally

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