Options for Legal Obstacles

Citizens can remove some legal obstacles. They can ask the legislature to change the laws. In some cases citizens can sue the government in state or federal court. TBADK is ready to assist clients who desire to pursue such litigation or political action.


At TBADK we maintain the position that the Law is confusing and contradictory, but could be devastating to those ignorant of it. In the legal evaluation, TBADK evaluates your business on how up to 100 areas of Law might effect your vulnerability to adverse legal action. We also look for areas that have little legal risk that might be opportunities for extra profit.  


  1. What authority have you given your employees?
  2. Can your employees assume greater authority?
  3. What unauthorized activities or your employees could you be responsible for?
  4. What are your duties as a principle?
  5. What are your employee's duties as an agent?
  6. How can you avoid liability for your employee's wrong doings?
  7. And other issues . . .

Obligations of a Corporation

  1. Formation
  2. Losing limited liability
  3. Risk of being a promoter.
  4. Duties of Directors
  5. Importance of directors meetings
  6. Problems if the board does not fulfilling obligations
  7. Protection of shareholders
  8. Can minority stock holders lose benefits?
  9. Distributions of dividends
  10. Importance of shareholders meetings
  11. Duties of officers
  12. Dissolution and liquidation
  13. Effect of bankruptcy
  14. Effect of death
  15. Effect of divorce
  16. Selling a business
  17. Raising money for a business
  18. Limited liability companies
  19. Professional Corporations
  20. And other issues . . .

Family Law

  1. How does the legal status of marital property could affect your business?
  2. How would unpaid child support could affect your business?
  3. How would a divorce affect your business?
  4. And other issues . . .


  1. Formation
  2. Liability for Partner's wrongdoings
  3. Dissociation and dissolution of a Partnership
  4. Distribution of assets
  5. Limited Liability Partnerships
  6. Limited Partnerships
  7. Effect of bankruptcy
  8. Effect of death
  9. Effect of divorce
  10. And other issues . . .

Secured Transactions

  1. Can you collect if those who owe you money do not pay you?
  2. Can you collect if those who owe you money declare bankruptcy?
  3. Can others collect from you if you do not pay?
  4. Can others collect from you if you declare bankruptcy?
  5. And other issues . . .


  1. What are the different kinds of trusts?
  2. How could a trust protect you from law suits?
  3. How could a trust protect you from debt?
  4. How could a trust protect you from bad deeds of others?
  5. How could a trust protect you from your own bad deeds?
  6. What are the drawbacks of trusts?
  7. And other issues . . .


  1. What happens if your die and you do not have a will?
  2. What happens to your business if you die?
  3. How can a will direct your assets?
  4. What relationships can there be between a will and a trust?
  5. And other issues . . .


  1. Are all your contracts enforceable?
  2. What would happen if you broke a contract?
  3. What would happen if the other party broke a contract?
  4. And other issues . . .

Torts (Could you be sued?)

  1. Is your place of business legally hazardous to your clients?
  2. Do you have adequate policies to keep your facilities clean and safe?
  3. Do you have an adequate training program to prevent your employees from harming a customer who is hurt?
  4. And other issues . . .


  1. What is the benefit of buying or leasing?
  2. What rights do you have under a lease?
  3. What obligations does your landlord have to you the renter?
  4. What if you break your lease?
  5. And other issues . . .


  1. The effect on your business and life if you declared bankruptcy.
  2. The situations wherein you should declare bankruptcy.
  3. Debts that can and cannot be dissolved in bankruptcy.
  4. The different kinds of bankruptcy and how each would benefit your situation.
  5. The effect on your business if others declare bankruptcy.
  6. And other issues . . .