It is certainly a good idea for each of us to sign and maintain in effect a Power of Attorney. A Power of Attorney authorizes another person (your “agent”) to act for you in handling your financial affairs and property. Powers of Attorney can be either … [Read more...] about Should You Have A Power of Attorney?
Land sale contracts, lease/options, and seller-financing all allow a buyer to acquire an interest in property while leaving the seller with title or another form of security. So what purposes are served by each? For a seller, a land sale contract … [Read more...] about Land Sale Contracts, Lease/Option, or Seller-Financing – Which Agreement Should You Choose?
Often successful business owners reach a point where they want to separate their interest in a business from the other owners with whom they started the business. Too many times, they discover that when they formed the business, not enough … [Read more...] about Plan for the End at the Beginning – Doing So May Be The Best Decision You Make
Since 1977, when the United States Supreme Court decided Abood v. Detroit Board of Education, it has been constitutional for labor unions to require non-members who benefited from collective bargaining efforts to pay dues to ensure “labor peace.” The … [Read more...] about Janus Takes On the Union and Wins
In a previous article, the various types of business entities were broadly discussed. This is the first article focusing on a single, specific type of entity, and this one is perhaps the simplest to structure and operate. Simplicity, though, should not be … [Read more...] about Selecting the Right Entity: Sole Proprietorships