The will-trust combo is a standard technique in estate planning because it is an effective, convenient and cost-efficient means to your goals.
Once you have read Part II of this series, regarding the many advantages of having a trust, you are ready to learn how to actually transfer assets to your trust.
This is an overview of the eligibility requirements and key features of the E-1 Treaty Trade Visa.
Conditions are perfect for foreign individuals and companies looking to diversify, move capital to a safe place, and/or establish a foothold in the US. To invest successfully, these are the three basic principles to consider.
Investors are generally comfortable with LLCs, so they often miss out on the benefits of a land trust just because of unfamiliarity. This articles compares the two entities side-by-side, showing the similarities and differences.
This article looks at immigration policy changes under Trump and the effects on US employers. To determine whether Trump-era policies have had a positive or negative impact on the US economy, a recent nationwide survey asked employers about their experiences and how they have responded to the changes.
E-signing technology is becoming more and more prevalent, and there is no denying the convenience. Affixing your signature with a simple tap on your phone screen is a beautiful thing. After all, the alternative is to print the document, sign it, scan, and then email the scanned copy. Sometimes you have to go find witnesses, and, if notarization is required . . . well, now you really got yourself a project.
The Governor’s latest Executive Order 20-180, extending the Florida moratorium on foreclosures and evictions, contains some carve-outs borrowers, tenants, lenders and landlords alike need to know about.
The Families First paid leave obligations are in effect, so it is time for business owners to make some tough decisions. Understanding the unemployment benefits available under the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program is an important part of the analysis.
Employers want to do what they can for staff, including paying them when they have to be out for no fault of their own. But, how is the company supposed to do that when business is basically shut down? This article focuses on the Employer’s obligations under the Emergency Paid Family & Med Leave Expansion Act and the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act to provide paid leave to employees affected by the Coronavirus crisis.