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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…

What Are My Options When a Partnership is Not Working?

Including a partner in your new business can help you through some of the challenging times that come with starting a new company. In addition to moral support, they can also help you with many practical aspects of starting your business. After a while, you and your partner may start to feel the tension in…

Must I Give My Ex a Share of My Business in Divorce?

A business takes time and effort to build, which is why no business owner would want to give it up for free. If you are worried about losing a share of your business in divorce, you must know that this doesn’t always happen. Whether the courts will divide your business assets depends on when and…

3 Estate Planning Documents Every College Student Needs

Estate planning is not just a subject to address for young adults establishing their careers, new parents, empty nesters and seniors. Surprisingly, it is a topic that recent high school graduates bound for college should take seriously, too. What? Really? Yes. And for that, an estate lawyer can help. Adapting to a new city and…

Family Business Challenges Addressed by a Business Lawyer

Every business faces challenges, including a changing economy, increased competition, recruitment of the right employees, management issues, and many others. Family-owned businesses are not immune to these problems. As any qualified business lawyer can attest, family businesses have their own set of unique hurdles. By its nature, a family business is not just a business,…

Keep a Cool Head During a Divorce or Separation

Talk to anyone who has gone through a separation or divorce and they will tell you it’s one of the hardest experiences a person can have. Sadly, family conflicts have escalated during the pandemic. Recent data shows a direct correlation between the rising divorce rates and an increase in loan inquiries stemming from the financial…

Understanding Contested VS Uncontested Divorce

If you’re getting a divorce from your spouse, or know someone going through this difficult process, you may have heard the terms “contested” and “uncontested” divorce. The big question is: do you know what these two words mean, and why it’s important to understand the difference? Here is some insight from an experienced divorce lawyer…

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