Lack of Mental Capacity and Estate Planning
Estate Planning Mental Capacity The primary requirement when signing a [...]
What Happens to an LLC After Sole Owner Passes Away?
Ohio Law Ohio Revised Code Sections 1776.61 thru 67 dictate [...]
Basics on Buying a Business
Starting your business from scratch can be stressful, time consuming [...]
Revocable Living Trust for Single Individuals
A living trust is often one of the key ingredients [...]
Getting Married in the U.S. while on a Tourist Visa
You may have heard of individuals who came to the [...]
What Everyone Should Know About Estate Planning
You probably heard the term ‘estate plan’ being tossed around [...]
Key Differences Between a Revocable & Irrevocable Trust
As you discuss your estate planning needs with an attorney [...]
Differences Between a Trust, Last Will & Testament
Having the right estate plan in place is essential in [...]
Dokumenty do Planowania Nieruchomości
Testament Testament to dokument określający sposób zarządzania majątkiem osoby po [...]
Differences Between Health Care Power of Attorney & Living Will
Recently I asked a question on Facebook to see who [...]
Things that Will Slow Down the Probate Process
You want to make your probate process smooth and as [...]
COVID-19 Vaccination Will Be Required for Most Intending Immigrants to USA Starting in October
The Nationality Act (INA), section 212(a)(1)(A)(ii) sets requirements for foreign [...]
Choosing a Guardian Who Lives Outside of the U.S. for Your Minor Children
One part of creating an estate plan as a parent [...]
What is a J-Visa & Who Can Benefit From It?
Overview J visa is a nonimmigrant visa which allows the [...]
What Does It Mean to Pierce Corporate Veil?
Forming an entity like a Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) or [...]
What Is the H-2B Program and Who Can Benefit From It
H-2B program was created by Congress to allow a limited [...]
What is a Transfer on Death Affidavit & Why You Should Have It
Transfer on Death Affidavit, often referred to as TOD, is [...]
Guardianship of Minor Children is a Crucial Part of Estate Planning
A recent conversation I had with a family member prompted [...]
Talking to Your Parents About Estate Planning
Talking about estate planning is often difficult and unpleasant as [...]
Updated Information on COVID-19 Travel to the U.S.
Many COVID-19 restrictions may slowly be coming to an end. [...]
What is a Fiance/K-1 Visa & How to Apply?
K-1 visa is a nonimmigrant visa that allows U.S citizens [...]
Prioritizing Visa & Green Card Processing
Do you have a pending green card application? Previous administration [...]
Separate Property in Marriage & Estate Planning
To ensure that after passing away all property is divided [...]
Fashion Nova Settlement Checks
The Mail, Internet or Telephone Order Merchandise Rule (the Mail [...]
What You Should Know Before Signing a Contract
You enter into contracts many times throughout the day, often [...]
What is an EB-1 Green Card & O-1 Visa?
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How Does the Ohio Lemon Law Protect You
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What Makes a Will or Other Estate Planning Documents Invalid
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10 Steps to Becoming a U.S. Citizen
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services or USCIS website summarizes [...]
The SECURE Act & Its Effect on Your Estate Planning
The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act [...]
Do It Yourself Services for Estate Planning vs. Hiring an Attorney
Would you operate on your family member’s brain or [...]
Further Suspension of Student Loan Payments & Interest
In March 2020, Congress passed a COVID-19 relief bill. Amongst [...]
Why Young People Should Complete Estate Planning
Often young people believe they do not need estate [...]
What is Happening in Immigration Law Under the Biden Administration
On his first day in office, on January 20, 2021, [...]
Guardianship of a Child vs. Guardian of the Estate
Parents always want what is best for their children. [...]