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Business · September 17, 2019
You've invested a lot in making your business a success, and it is hard to think about relinquishing ownership or control of it. That's why planning is critical in creating a lasting legacy for your family and it is important to put advance plans in place for passing down a family business, or risk losing it. Read here to know several factors you should keep in mind in making plans for the future of your small business.
Estate Planning · September 13, 2019
It is critical that you review your plan annually to make sure it’s up to date and immediately amend your plan following events like divorce, deaths, births, and inheritances to keep your family from an endless work and expenses of tracking down your assets in the event of your potential incapacity or death. This will also ensure you that your assets will be inherited by the right people and that your plan will never be worthless when your family needs it.
Business · September 10, 2019
Creating a culture in your small business where employees are valued and appreciated is the best thing to attract stellar talents. It s important to cultivate a work-life balance in this era when go go go is a norm to retain these talented candidates who value the same balance.
Business · September 03, 2019
Writing off bad debts can be an option however, we always recommend that you use a strong contract to increase your chance of getting paid, and not racking up bad debts in the first place. It is critical that bad debt has to get off your books for the success of your business. Read here to know more. Consult with an experienced lawyer like us so we can guide you to avoid losses from bad debts.
Business · August 27, 2019
As a small business owner, it is necessary that you understand the business credit terms. Like personal credit, business credit is a reflection of how well your company manages money and whether your company can be trusted by the way it manages money. To optimize your opportunities and help you grow your business, it is generally advisable to separate your business and personal affairs. Consult with a business law attorney like us to help you structure your business plan.
Estate Planning · August 20, 2019
Now that you know exactly what planning is designed to prevent and support, you realized there really is no acceptable excuse for not having an estate plan. Putting up a proper Estate Plan gives you confidence and peace of mind that your loved ones will be provided and cared for no matter what happens to you. Consult with an experienced lawyer like us to guide you step-by-step through the planning process.
Business · August 20, 2019
Good record keeping is not only important to help you monitor your business' details and progress, but it is also essential to protect you and your business from penalties, fines, and other legal actions. Read here some of the records your business may be legally required to keep. Consult with us if you have questions or if you need help navigating the maze of record-keeping requirements under local, state, or federal law.
Business · August 15, 2019
Proactive steps to guard against cyber attacks are not only important to protect your business’s financial welfare, but they are also necessary to avoid liability under data privacy laws. It is important for you to take steps to protect your business’s data, reputation, and customer and employee information. Read here some of the most important actions for small businesses to consider.
Estate Planning · August 06, 2019
A will is an integral part of your estate plan, but it is not enough to protect your wishes in the event of incapacity or death. There’s a common saying among lawyers: “Where there’s a will, there’s a probate.” But having your family end up in court or conflict is no laughing matter. That's why it is important to complete a comprehensive estate plan in addition to the will, including a trust (if needed), advanced health care directive, financial power of attorney, and Kids Protection Plan®.
Estate Planning · May 22, 2019
It’s critically important to have the appropriate safeguards in place to reduce the risk of fraud and identity theft, especially for your senior parents. Because your parents are probably not as savvy about digital technology and may be losing some of their powers of discernment as they age, it’s quite likely up to you to help them protect themselves—and ultimately your inheritance.

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