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Recent Posts
November 28, 2017, Authored by Kristi French, Category: Compliance
A company that sells a product at a location other than its place of business or a finance company that purchases a contract for such sale should be aware of consumer cancellation rights under the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC’s) Cooling-Off Rule and related state laws. Under the FTC’s Cooling-Off Rule, a consumer has three days […]
November 21, 2017, Authored by Calvin Dexter, Category: Estate Planning
“My will controls all of my assets when I die, right?” The people that ask me that question are surprised to learn the answer is, “probably not.” The law allows ownership of assets to transfer at death in different ways. It can be done through contracts, trusts, joint ownership, or through probate administration – with […]
October 31, 2017, Authored by Daniel Daubert, Category: Business
From time to time most companies need additional funds to operate their business or to take advantage of business opportunities. If the business owners do not have readily accessible funds to invest, the next most common course of action is to approach a bank for a loan. Knowing what to expect and being prepared often […]
October 27, 2017, Authored by Jason Krautkramer, Category: Estate Planning
In honor of October being Special Needs Planning Month, here are some tips for helping family members with special needs. Tip #1: Avoid disinheriting the person with special needs. Many disabled persons receive Supplemental Security Income (“SSI”), Medicaid or other government benefits to provide food, shelter and/or medical care. The loved ones of the special […]
September 29, 2017, Authored by Kristin Slonski, Category: Real Estate
According to National Public Radio, after Hurricane Katrina tore through New Orleans, over 20,000 people faced difficulty getting government aid to rebuild their homes because they could not prove ownership. Now, in the aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, homeowners in Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico may face similar hurdles.  The issue is that […]
August 17, 2017, Authored by Jason Krautkramer, Category: Estate Planning
With the start of the school year swiftly approaching, the parents of young adults experience a mixed bag of emotions. It can be exciting to see your children branching out and becoming successful adults in their own right — a time full of hard work and self-discovery that hopefully lays the groundwork for a fulfilling […]
July 27, 2017, Authored by Craig Olafsson, Category: Compliance
Nowadays the hiring process can be very tricky with lots of pitfalls to avoid. A simple, innocent but “wrong” question can lead to liability on the part of the would-be employer. Here are a few examples of questions to avoid asking an interviewee. 1. Are you an American citizen? What country are you from? Employers […]
June 26, 2017, Authored by Jason Krautkramer, Category: Estate Planning
Editor’s Note: This post is the second post in a multi-part series in which attorney Jason Krautkramer discusses the value of a Medicaid Asset Protection Trust in estate planning for farmers. If you’re like most people, when you hear “asset protection planning” you think of someone like Bill Gates or the Kennedys. A very common […]
June 24, 2017, Authored by Kristin Slonski, Category: Business
I love television shows about lawyers as much as the next person. But, it is important to remember that these shows are fiction. The nonfiction version of how a lawsuit really unfolds is much more tedious and boring. For real life lawyers, the first thing we sometimes need to do is educate our clients about […]
June 23, 2017, Authored by Daniel Daubert, Category: Business
I recently read Walking to Destiny by Christopher M. Snider. In that book Snider makes the observation that two-thirds of all privately held businesses are owned by persons age 53 to 70 – “Baby Boomers.” Of this group 76% want to transition their businesses in the next 10 years and 48% would like to transition […]
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