Will and Estate Planning

Wills you can use to avoid dependent administration and to name the beneficiaries of an estate rather…

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Guardianship Attorney

Guardianship’s of the person and guardianship’s of the estate become necessary when an individual is unable to make decisions regarding…

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Elder Law

Elder law is the general term used to refer to helping people understand the issues that they may face as they age. This is a very broad topic, which encompasses everything from…

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Estate Planning & Probate of Estates

Estates are either probated through an independent administration, which only requires that the court admit the Will to probate and…

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business lawBusiness issues are continually expanding due to regulations and increased expectations. It is important that in the formation of a business that the entity to actually conduct the business be carefully considered. The differences between corporations and limited liability companies (LLC), Partnerships and Sole Proprietorships should be discussed not only for the tax aspects with proper tax advisors, but also with an attorney familiar with the creation and process of the ongoing functions of the business entity.

In addition, the business owner should consider the many issues involving not only employees, but the contracts for goods and services, how to obtain the goods and services and how to protect the business through contracts in the sale of goods and services.

Business Issues and Entity Formation

It is important to know which is the appropriate entity to conduct business whether it be a sole-proprietorship, partnership, limited liability or corporation. Each of these possible vehicles for operation have their advantages and disadvantages. Only by discussing this with an attorney can an attorney assist in providing the information and the documents that will assure that the process is complete.

Material presented on this website is intended for information purpose only. It is not intended as professional advice and should not be construed as such. The services of a competent professional should be sought if legal or other specific expert assistance is required.