We Help Entrepreneurs and Families 

Keep the Skies Clear and the Future Bright

Sky Unlimited Legal Advisory offers you the perfect combination of trusted advisor, problem solver, keeper of secrets and deep listener


Our attorneys are specifically trained to help you keep more money in your business and personal accounts, watch out for pitfalls, handle sticky situations (ideally before they even get sticky) and effectively tend to the parts of your business that are especially challenging.


At the same time, we work as your trusted advisor who helps you make the very best personal, financial, legal, and business decisions for your family throughout your lifetime.


You always said you wanted someone who could do all “that” stuff - the tasks that you’d rather not handle.


That's precisely where we step in - protecting your business and your family!

Notes from Our Chief Counsel's Desk

What Happens To Your Social Media Account When You Die?

When you die, what happens to your online life? Each social media platform has its own rules for dealing with the accounts of deceased users, ranging from permanent deletion to transforming accounts into places for mourning and memory.

Understanding these options is essential for managing digital assets responsibly and respecting your wishes. So let’s take a look at the various policies of major social media sites and what you can do to make sure your accounts are handled the way you want. After all, our social media accounts reflect our personalities, interests, and memories, so we want them handled with care.


What Each Platform Allows

Let’s take a look at the practical aspects and discuss what each digital platform allows or requires. Note that these provisions are updated as of April 2024, as this article is being published.


Facebook. Facebook offers two options for accounts of deceased users: either close the account permanently or convert it into a memorial account where loved ones can share memories. The platform allows you to designate a "Legacy Contact" while you’re alive; someone who can manage your memorialized account by updating your profile picture, accepting friend requests, and posting memories. Importantly, they cannot log into the account or view your private message history.


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Using Credit Cards to Fund Business Growth: What Entrepreneurs Need to Know

Starting a business is an exciting venture, but it also comes with a plethora of challenges, not least among them securing adequate funding.

In a previous article, I discussed the pros and cons of business loans and lines of credit. Here, I’ll cover another funding resource: credit cards.


However, the thought of using credit cards can be scary, especially since they often come with high interest rates and personal guarantees. So let’s explore what you need to know about using credit cards to fund your business, so you can do so wisely and with as much ease as possible. 


To begin, there are two kinds of credit cards entrepreneurs can use to fund their business: business cards and personal credit cards. Let’s start off with business cards.


Understanding Business Credit Cards

Business credit cards are specialized credit lines designed to meet the needs of businesses, ranging from small enterprises to large corporations. These cards offer several benefits over personal credit cards, including higher credit limits, rewards tailored to business expenses (such as travel, office supplies, or telecommunications), and valuable reporting features that can simplify accounting processes.

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Why Estate Planning Is the Best Use of Your Tax Refund

When that extra bit of money from your tax refund lands in your bank account, (kinda feels like Christmas, doesn’t it?)  it's easy to start dreaming about all the ways you can use it.

Financial experts may tell you that it's a chance to pay off debts, tuck away savings for an emergency, or add to your retirement savings. You, on the other hand, may want to splurge on something special. However, there's an often-overlooked option that not only provides immediate satisfaction but ensures long-term benefits for both you and your loved ones: estate planning.


Estate planning might sound like a complex and daunting chore reserved for the wealthy, but it's actually a straightforward and crucial process for everyone. In its most basic terms, estate planning involves making a plan for what happens to your belongings and finances after you're gone, or if you become incapacitated. Think of it as creating a roadmap for your loved ones to follow, ensuring they're taken care of and know exactly how to handle your estate according to your wishes. After all, someone will have to do something with your stuff after you’re gone, and if you’re the one who takes care of it while you can, you can save your loved ones a lot of pain. And, make sure you are cared for in the way you want, by the people you want, if you become incapacitated.


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Effective Communication for Effective Leadership: A Guide for Entrepreneurs

In the entrepreneurial world, where innovation and vision drive the future, the importance of effective communication is often overlooked. But the ability to convey your ideas clearly, persuade and inspire action can make or break your business.

Being able to communicate well is crucial for business leaders. It’s not merely a “nice to have” skill but a central pillar of leadership essential for every entrepreneur.


At its core, leadership is about guiding others toward a shared vision. It involves making decisions that affect the lives and livelihoods of the people within the organization and, by extension, their customers. However, the brilliance of a vision is irrelevant if it cannot be communicated effectively. As an entrepreneur, you must be able to articulate ideas, values, and strategies in a way that resonates with employees, investors, customers, and other stakeholders.


Every interaction is an opportunity to lead. Whether it's a pitch to investors, a strategy meeting with the team, or a marketing message to potential customers, effective communication can mean the difference between buy-in and indifference. 


So how, exactly, do you learn the art of effective communication? Let’s break it down. 



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Navigating the World of Cryptocurrency: A Guide for Parents and Teens

In an era where digital innovation shapes every aspect of our lives, it's no surprise that our teenagers are drawn to the allure of cryptocurrency. This digital form of money represents a shift away from traditional financial systems.

If you are the parent of teens, understanding cryptocurrency is crucial so you can provide them with the guidance they need to navigate this new world safely and wisely. Luckily, I’m here to help you learn what you need to know.


Let’s dive in.


What is Cryptocurrency, Exactly?

Cryptocurrency, which folks also call “crypto” is, in essence, virtual money that can be used to buy goods and services. It can also be traded for profit, much like stocks. However, unlike the dollars in your wallet, crypto exists only in the digital world. The crypto universe is vast, with thousands of digital currencies out there.


Crypto is based on blockchain technology, which ensures transactions are secure, transparent, and decentralized, so they're not controlled by any government or financial institution (there are pros and cons to this that we’ll describe below).

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