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Property Ownership for Couples

Property Ownership for Couples

In any relationship where the parties intend to jointly own or use property, legal advice is recommended to ensure that their intentions are clear and enforceable during their relationship and at its end by death or otherwise. Proper planning not only provides peace...
April Business Bytes

April Business Bytes

This month’s Business Bytes highlights distressed debtors, patent primers and privacy law.  Debtor Distress.  Sophisticated lenders know what steps to take if they suspect their borrowers are in financial distress and may default. For less sophisticated lenders...
March Business Bytes

March Business Bytes

This month’s Business Bytes highlights elder assistance, auto insurance and estate/gift tax exemptions.  Assisting An Elder.  When it’s time to assist elderly relatives with their finances, the two simple legal options are a Power of Attorney or a Guardianship....
Special Needs Trust

Special Needs Trust

Access to many of the government and charity funded programs for children and adults with special physical, emotional, or intellectual needs may only provide those benefits to persons on a financial need basis, and their receipt of gifts and inheritances could...
What to do if Sued

What to do if Sued

Being served with a summons, subpoena, citation, claim, notice, lien or lawsuit is never good, but they cannot be ignored. As quick action is usually required, you should be prepared. Some initial steps in response to receiving one of these documents include: Stay...
February Business Bytes

February Business Bytes

This month’s Business Bytes highlights employment guide, temporary worker protections and employee retirement savings.  Employment Guide.  Employment laws, rules and regulations are at best confusing and often conflicting. It is also difficult to find a...
New Illinois Business Laws

New Illinois Business Laws

With over 300 new laws taking effect January 1, 2024, some that could have a substantial impact on your business include: The Federal Corporate Transparency Act requires a business to file with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. New criminal penalties for...
Workplace Investigations

Workplace Investigations

In conducting workplace investigations of personnel situations or other events, employers or those hired to conduct the investigation walk a tightrope to avoid causing more problems and creating potential liability. With “at will” employees, those without a contract...
January Business Bytes

January Business Bytes

This month’s Business Bytes highlights business privacy, no hire agreement collusion and power of attorney. Privacy is a Primary Business Concern. Illinois’ national leading Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) is a major concern and risk to any business...

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