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Protecting Privileged Information

Current legal writing frequently addresses the obligation to preserve and disclose information in lawsuits, but in a recent Illinois Supreme Court opinion, Brunton v. Krueger, attorney Matthew Tibble persuaded the Illinois Supreme Court to not only reaffirm the...

Illinois Divorce Law Changes

Anyone involved in a divorce soon understands that the divorce and its fallout can become be a never-ending situation.  Whether it is spousal support (formerly alimony), property distribution or parenting issues, a divorce interjects both Illinois law and a judge...

Beneficiary Designations

Obtaining insurance, enrolling in retirement programs or setting up an IRA, usually require you to designate a beneficiary or contingent beneficiary, the person or persons entitled to inherit the asset on your death.  Due to the surrounding circumstances this decision...

Business Succession Planning

Like death and taxes, a third truth is that eventually you will become unable or unwilling to operate your business.  Your failure to plan for this eventuality could leave your family, estate and business at risk. A business succession plan is merely writing down your...

New Laws for 2014

With pension reform and financial issues taking up most of their time, Springfield legislators spent less time enacting new laws that effect business.  Some of the new laws taking effect include: Conceal Carry.  While a sign has been approved for businesses to post...

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