Posts tagged with "Sonoma County"



Estate Planning · March 26, 2021
Managing Your Digital Afterlife: A Guide To Facebook's Legacy Contact
Today's social media and other digital assets play such a big role in our lives. Facebook is one of the social media platforms that have a number of users and if you're one of them who share, track, and report on important life events, it can provide an intimate snapshot of your life and can also serve as a key part of your legacy. If you're interested in preserving your digital legacy using Facebook's legacy contact, here we'll break down the basics of how this function works.
Estate Planning · March 19, 2021
Larry King's Death Highlights the Importance of Updating Your Estate Plan for Divorce and Death - Part 2
A Lifetime Asset Protection Trust is a unique estate planning vehicle specifically designed to protect your children's inheritance from unfortunate life events. The sudden death of a Legendary host, Larry King, became controversial because of not using Lifetime Asset Protection Trust to distribute his assets to his children upon his death. His story demonstrates that do-it-yourself planning can have terrible consequences for your loved ones - even worse than if you had no estate plan at all.
Business · March 16, 2021
How to Move a Business to Another State
Moving a business to another state involves several decisions and steps. A business owner may relocate a business for various reasons, including increased real estate costs, business taxes, business regulations, changes in the target market, or even personal or family reasons. But relocating your residence from one state to another is much more complicated and difficult to determine what to do first because the steps needed for a successful move vary depending on your business structure.
Estate Planning · March 12, 2021
Larry King's Death Highlights the Importance of Updating Your Estate Plan for Divorce and Death - Part 1
Setting up an estate plan is the best way to preserve wealth, but without a proper update of your estate can lead to misunderstanding and conflict that will make your assets tied up in the court instead of passing it to your family. This is what happened to the legendary tv and radio host, Larry King, who passed away this year, leaving his current family and children from his previous marriage in a legal battle over his estate because of not updating his estate plan.
Business · March 09, 2021
Selling Your Small Business: What You Should Know
Establishing and running a successful small business is an extremely rewarding experience. For small business owners, deciding when and how to sell your business is arguably even more consequential, but if you're guided by the right factors that should be considered before putting up the proverbial for sale sign, you can smoothly transition ownership of the small business you spent your lifetime building —and you can begin the next chapter of your life.
Estate Planning · March 05, 2021
Is It Time to Go Solo(preneur)?
There's nothing like a major change in the economic climate to make you rethink your job. A steady job is not necessarily a sure thing - if you're in a place of transition with your life and career, it could be the right time to take the leap and start working for yourself, building your own business, and becoming the boss you always wish you had. But it's always the best way to consult a trusted legal professional before making your final decision in starting your business as a solo(preneur).
Business · March 02, 2021
Does Your Website Need a Privacy Policy or Term of Use?
Conversations about data privacy policies and website terms of use have become more common in recent months. Large companies have been involved in litigation concerning agreements that address these very issues. “What are these agreements? “Do I need them on my website? These are the most common questions business owners have in mind. Ensure that your website has all the legal agreements in place to protect your business, especially if your business engaging with customers via the website.
Estate Planning · February 26, 2021
Your "Blended" Family Is Likely Headed to Court Unless You Do This
Every state has different terms for what happens when you become incapacitated or die, especially when you have a blended family. One of the most common problems that arises of having a blended family is that the deceased’s children from a prior marriage and the surviving spouse end up in conflict. Unless a comprehensive plan has been created. That way, not only do the people you love get the assets that you want them to receive, but you may also be saving them for years of legal conflict.
Business · February 23, 2021
Choosing the Right Lawyer to Handle Your First Lawsuit  or Business Conflict
Facing a lawsuit can be challenging. As much as possible, you want the whole thing to be over quickly and don't want to settle in for the long haul. However, your litigation will not be resolved without going to court, and the best way to help you deal with this conflict is to find the right lawyer. So how do you choose the best lawyer for your situation? Here are some tips to help you hire the right lawyer for your case.
Estate Planning · February 19, 2021
Should You (or Your Parents) Be in the Stock Market Now?
With everything that is happening in the world—and with the volatility of the stock market and our current reality —knowing your options is vital to preserving the life and legacy of your parents. If you or your parents have a retirement account, and you're not intimately connected to how your assets are being invested, it's time to get more involved. It's the best thing to do to preserve your family's legacy.

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