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blueIs A Last Will The Right Choice?

One of the things that you are going to have to decide upon when you are planning your estate is the primary vehicle or vehicles of asset transfer that you want to utilize.

blueSmall Business Partnerships & Succession Planning

When you are a partner in a small business succession planning can be a bit tricky.

blueGift Tax Exemptions

There are gifts that you can give to people, other than your spouse, that are not subject to the Federal Gift Tax

blueShould Your Child Inherit Money While They Are Young?

Once your child reaches 18 years of age, they are legally considered to be an adult

greenSetting Up a Representative Office in Thailand

Foreign investors and companies who would like to set up a 100% foreign owned company in Thailand may resort to establishing a Thai representative office with reference to its main office elsewhere outside Thailand.

blueChoosing a Guardian for Your Minor Children

For parents of young children, the most important element of the estate plan is choosing a guardian for them

blueEstate Planning Strategy For Small Business Partners

One of the things that you must understand about estate planning is the fact that there is no universal, one-size-fits-all approach

blueUnderstanding Amputation Injuries – From Causes to Rehabilitation

One of the most severe of injuries is that of an amputation – the loss of a limb. This is a devastating injury to be sustained and is not only painful to endure, but difficult to overcome. In the following article, we will discuss some of the most common causes of amputation injuries, as well as the steps that can be taken for rehabilitation.

blueBe Careful When Fixing that Morning “Cup of Joe”

Although thousands of cups of coffee are brewed safely every day, many people still suffer injuries when their machines malfunction. To minimize your chances of being hurt, keep all surface parts of your coffee maker clean, avoid using any extension cords when plugging it into the wall socket and stop using it if the cord ever becomes torn or frayed. Finally, be sure to tell your children and teens that they are never allowed to use the family coffeemaker.

blueConnecticut Rules For The 'Spite Fence'

Neighborly interactions can be less than neighborly at times.



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