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?
Happy Holidays from all of us at Sherman Sherman Johnnie & Hoyt! We pride ourselves on being active leaders in the community, and one way we give back to the community is by supporting events and organizations that make a positive difference. In … [Read more...] about SSJH In the Mid-Willamette Valley Community
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