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COVID-19 UPDATE:  ZM Law Group will continue regular operations with limited in-office consultations, taking all CDC recommended precautions to ensure health and safety. We are also accessible by telephone, email, and tele-conferencing. We are accepting new clients and are continuing to service our current clients.  Own or Operate a Small Business? Find out how the changing…

What is a Marital Settlement Agreement and How Is It Enforced?

There are many reasons couples divorce, including financial issues, incompatibility, infidelity, and other unresolvable issues. The decision to divorce is very difficult and complicated. While the emotional impact on each individual is delicate, the necessity to address the issue of custody, financial support, division of assets and other legal issues feels overwhelming.  Enlisting the guidance…

The Top 10 Steps To Take When Buying A Business

Purchasing an established business can help ease the challenges of building a business from the ground up. Nevertheless, before buying a business, it’s important to do your due diligence when researching the right business acquisition for you.  Seeking out a business lawyer is one of the best places to start. An experienced business lawyer with…

What to Include in a Power of Attorney and Advance Directive (Living Will)

Pre-Death Estate Planning is an essential part of all Estate Plans. There are certain documents that are essential to preserve, safeguard and ensure that your wishes are followed in the event of unforseen tragedy. A lawyer for wills can make sure you’re prepared with the correct documents. An Advance Directive provides for the designation of a…

Do I Need a Prenuptial Agreement?

A Prenuptial Agreement before marriage is analogous to an insurance policy for protection of your assets. This enforceable contract is utilized to set forth each partner’s expectation of division of assets in the event of divorce or death. A prenuptial agreement is not drafted in anticipation of divorce, rather it is established for purposes of…

How to Plan Your Estate with a Family Business

Creating a succession plan for your business in the event of your unexpected disability or death is critical for every business owner. Developing a well-thought-out succession plan as part of your overall Estate Planning will preserve all the hard work, sacrifice, and dedication that went into building your business. A legally sound succession plan for…

How Estate Planning Can Help You Avoid Complications During Probate 

Ever wonder how your assets will be distributed after you pass away?  Usually, most Estates are distributed through Probate, which is filed through and administered by the Court. If an individual is not properly advised or prepared, the probate process  can be lengthy, tedious and very expensive. However, in many cases, with the help of…

Tips for Establishing a Visitation Schedule This Holiday Season

Divorce can be a complicated process, especially when children are involved. One of divorce’s most challenging aspects when working with a divorce attorney is establishing visitation schedules, particularly during the holidays. In this situation, it is crucial to construct a clear and legally enforceable visitation schedule with the help of a family law attorney. With…

The Matter of Child Custody in Divorce Cases

When two parents decide to divorce, one of the major areas of concern is determining who will receive custody of their child or children. When working out the terms of a child custody case, parents must always have their children’s best interests in mind. This should include information such as where your child will live,…

3 Myths to Avoid in Business Succession Planning

For successful business owners concerned about the longevity and continued growth of their organization, succession planning is an absolute must. Unfortunately, many myths, fallacies and anecdotal evidence prevent individuals from devoting their time and energy to crafting a comprehensive succession plan. While each business and every situation is different, business owners are wise to contact…

What Can I Expect During the Property Division Portion of My Divorce?

If you have an upcoming divorce, you may be curious as to how the court will divide your assets and debt. You may have heard that your separate property will remain yours and that the court will divide your marital property between the two of you. But what constitutes marital property, and what factors will…

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