Trusts & Estates
The Savvy Attorney: Adding Business Planning to Your Estate Planning Practice
There are many reasons an estate planning attorney should consider expanding their legal practice to include business planning. One of them being the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), which has created extensive opportunities for attorneys to help businesses navigate new taxation laws. But, that’s not the only reason to consider expanding your practice.
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Preservation of S-Corp Status in Trust Administration
Download the article to find out why it is critical to examine how to preserve S-corp status at all stages of the estate planning life cycle.Learn More
Adapt Your Law Practice Checklist
In light of COVID-19, see how you can adapt your law practice with this free checklist.Learn More
A House Divided: Deadlock in a 50-50 Partnership
Read about the destructive consequences that can emerge if a partnership agreement lacks provisions for resolving such an impasse and learn what you can do to help your business clients avoid this type of situation by reading, “A House Divided: Deadlock in a 50-50 Partnership.”Learn More