Asset protection ensures that your assets are protected in case of a lawsuit or claims of creditors with a trust or other legal document from an estate planning attorney.
Ultimately, planning for your future with asset protection helps prevent your assets from being seized by creditors. An estate attorney can help you choose the planning tools that act as a defense against litigation by creditors or even a malpractice lawsuit.
Truth be told, anyone can get sued, whether for credit card debt, a car accident, a foreclosure, or more. This means that regardless of your net worth or salary, you should consult with our estate planning attorney to learn more about asset protection to avoid losing your assets or the need to file for bankruptcy protection. An Estate attorney will take the time necessary to assess and understand your needs and create a strategy for protecting your assets.
Starting a business is an exciting venture with lots of different details to consider. Drafting a legal business contract is important to minimize risks and provide legal protection for both you and your company. Even so, these business contracts can be breached, causing stress and panic.
A breach of contract can take on a variety of different forms in the business setting. As experienced business law attorneys, we’re well acquainted with various remedies and preparation techniques for managing breached business contracts.
Any of our corporate kits may be purchased for non-profit corporations. In addition to the corporate record book and slipcase (or dust protection), all kits come with a corporate seal and zipper pouch, a 12-tab non-profit index (Cat. No. 5147), membership roll sheets, an A-Z index and, for kits without the PDFs described below, 50 sheets of 20#, 25% cotton minute paper.
There’s no doubt that law students must learn a lot, which is why you spend so much time in education, but of course, you don’t need to remember every little thing. There are times when you’ll need information when you can simply look it up, but there are some facts out there that you’ve got to know off-by-heart.
And I’m not talking about facts, laws, or case numbers. I’m talking about the mindset of a law student. The processes you’ll need to go through. The secrets that define the line between being a ‘law student’ and a success story. So you can be the latter, here are the five things you need to know.
It’s never too early to consider writing your will or setting up a trust for the future. Using an experienced estate planning attorney can help you make informed decisions about the best way for you to plan to distribute your estate after you’ve passed on.
Creating a will is an important task that everyone needs to do at some point. When creating it, you’ll need to name someone as the executor. This is the person who will do all the tasks that you used to do. This includes things like selling assets, distributing assets to others, and paying creditors. It’s an important task, so you’ll want to find the right person to handle it for you. Here’s how to pick just the right executor for your will.
A corporation’s bylaws, also called company bylaws or just bylaws, are a legal document setting forth key rules and regulations governing the corporation’s day-to-day operations. By articulating the procedures management must follow, these rules help ensure a corporation runs smoothly, efficiently, and consistently.
Blumberg announces the publication of the most comprehensive New York State free-market lease form ever written. The revised Blumberg form is entitled. No. 57, Apartment Lease for an Unregulated Apartment, with Guarantee, 8-21.
Thirty-Six years ago, Steven Spielberg produced a Summer blockbuster titled Back to the Future. The movie tells the story of a scientist helping a young time traveler to return home. The scientist’s creative use of lightning as a power source shows the benefit of thinking outside the box. Law firms can likewise use out-of-the-box solutions to encourage lawyers and staff to return to their offices.