A large component of asset protection planning is designed to help protect your business and investment assets from claims by your personal creditors. If you have a corporation and a creditor gets a personal judgment against you, the creditor can seize the stock of your corporation. If you are the sole owner and your business is held in a corporation, it can be taken over and operated, managed or … Read More
While developing a business succession plan is essential for every business, it is often lost in the day to day focus of business operations. It is vital for family owned or closely held businesses to have a clear, concise and documented succession plan. Family owned businesses may provide unique challenges. Typically, the founders would like to pass the business to their children, regardless of their skills or … Read More
In an economic downturn, individuals and business owners may question whether or not it is a good investment to spend time and resources on an estate or business succession plan. Actually, it is an excellent time. First, business may have slowed down enough for the owners to focus on the next generation ownership and secondly, your estate may be able to take advantage of lower valuations to transfer assets. … Read More
If you are considering forming a new company, many people decide that a limited liability company (LLC) will be the best type of company structure for them. However, selecting to form a LLC may be the easy part! There are many considerations when setting up your LLC. We've listed just a few below.
Should your LLC be member managed or manager managed?
If there is more than one member,
Which … Read More
Categories: Business & Corporate
International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators 2014 Conference
Lauren Garner will be speaking at the International Association of Financial Crimes 2014 conference on August 25, 2014 from 8:10 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge in Phoenix. She will be speaking on Elder Abuse.
Ready Set Go Summit "Launching Your Business"
Laura Rogal is presenting " … Read More
What Authors and Publishers Need to Know About Copyright and Other Legal Issues - Intellectual Property
Maria Crimi Speth spoke at the Book Street Cafe and the webinar is available now for you to view! In the webinar she outlines the four main areas of intellectual property law and the interplay between those areas-all as it relates to publishers and authors. Go to bookstreetcafe.com to check … Read More
On Demand Seminars
CEO Space - Intellectual Property
Maria Crimi Speth continues to teach a course on trademarks, copyright and patent law at CEO Space's educational retreats, which are currently being offered five times per year. To learn more about CEO Space, visit ceospaceaz.net. Contact Maria at email@example.com for more information.
Intellectual Property Law
Intellectual property attorney, … Read More
No one wants to contemplate becoming seriously ill or disabled, but the reality is this difficult subject needs to be addressed with spouses, significant others and family members. It is important to make decisions regarding what wishes are while healthy. The Arizona Secretary of State allows you to register, free of charge, living wills and medical power of attorneys on their web site. Simply go to … Read More
It is a common misconception that a seller's completion of the Arizona Association of Realtor's Seller Property Disclosure Statement ("SPDS") is required by law and will eliminate litigation regarding non-disclosure. The Arizona Association of Realtor's form residential purchase contract—the most commonly used form purchase contract in the state— requires the seller to complete and deliver a SPDS … Read More
Categories: Real Estate
The Arizona Department of Health Services (AZDHS) is considering adding Migraines, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Depression to the list of debilitating conditions that qualify individuals for a Medical Marijuana card. All three medical conditions have been through a review process and the AZDHS will be deciding whether to include them after a public hearing which will … Read More