Posts tagged with "state laws"



Estate Planning · January 09, 2023
Why Every Adult Needs A Living Will
One of the hardest things in life is to be able to plan for any situation. Our lives are mostly in order, but there is always that possibility that we might not have time to arrange things and decide once we are gone. Find out what the law says about the importance of a living will and how it can help you leave your estate to your loved ones after you die and keep them from dealing with legal issues. Read more...
Estate Planning · January 02, 2023
Creditors And Your Estate Plan
Your family and loved ones are much more important than your money, yet you want to avoid leaving them in debt. If you have purchased assets (such as a home) using borrowed funds, the debt will continue to exist even after your death. Creditors and debt collectors may attempt to collect from you before they know your circumstances. To see how preparing for the future may prepare you for a smoother transition and more peace of mind, continue reading...
Estate Planning · July 29, 2022
4 Essential Strategies For Protecting Your Family's Assets
You might think only the wealthy need to worry about asset protection planning. But the truth is that if you don't have millions, you may be at even greater risk. For instance, if you're a multi-millionaire, a $50,000 judgment against you might not be that big of a deal. But it could be devastating for a family with a modest income, savings, and home. Before it's too late, learn the strategies you may use to safeguard your assets.
Business · February 08, 2022
9 Topics To Cover In Your Employee Handbook
If your company has (or plans to have) employees, a well-written employee handbook is an essential communication resource between you and your team. Your handbook ensures that your team is not only aware of your rules and policies, but also the federal and state laws governing their employment. It should reflect the way you do business, and whatever policies you include in it should be consistently enforced.