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Darlynn presents “Small Business Legal Audit” at NAWBO on April 20th
In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes. Benjamin Franklin For businesses, paying tax obligations is one area where there is almost no room for error. It is critical for you to understand what the IRS and your state requires to avoid problems. Audits can be very expensive. […]
If you own a business, at some point you will need a lawyer. Getting one who knows you and your business is easier than you think!
Your business must have a solid legal foundation to thrive and grow. Forming your business can be confusing. How do you know if you should form an LLC or an S-Corp? Work with a trusted adviser that will take the time to get to know you and your business who can guide you through this process properly.
An estate plan should evolve as your live evolves. Have you had your estate plan reviewed in the last three years? Find out why your will or trust may not work when it’s needed.
If you already have a revocable living trust, then this article is for you. Can you trust that it will work when you and your family need it the most? Will you really avoid a conservatorship or a probate and the costs and delay that come with these drawn out court processes? This may surprise […]
If you are a single parent, it is critical that you create a comprehensive plan that will protect your children should the unthinkable happen to you. If you are anything like most single parents, the last thing you would ever want is for your ex-spouse to be able to make sole decisions about who should […]
These are the 10 things you should ask before engaging an estate planning lawyer to help you plan for the well‐being of your money, your family and your life. Do you prepare a comprehensive plan for my kids’ care if something happens to me, like the Kids Protection Plan™ that names short and long‐term guardians […]
Perhaps it’s a touchy subject. Talking to your parents about their estate planning isn’t easy, but after they die, you’re the one most likely to be responsible for taking care of matters. If everything is not in order it’s going to be 10x more expensive and more stressful in the long run. Typically, mom and […]