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July 22, 2011 By Matt Dickstein, Business Attorney
Some tenants need special lease provisions, for example, medical practices and businesses in the computer industries. In this article, the author discusses special, advanced lease provisions that tenants frequently need.
July 22, 2011 By Frank & Kraft, Attorneys at Law
One of the things that you must concern yourself with when you are planning your estate is the looming specter of the estate tax. At the present time the estate tax exclusion is $5 million and the rate of the tax is 35%. So you may think that you are not exposed to the estate tax if your estate is worth less than $5 million. However, these parameters are not permanent.
July 21, 2011 By Law Office of Steven C. Haney
Anyone who enters the Will County criminal justice system wishes to exit it in a position to erase any evidence of a criminal history. This is accomplished by a court order that allows for expunging a criminal history. An expungement is a total erasing of any indictation that an arrest and court case ever existed.
July 21, 2011 By Byrd Garrett PLLC
Many of the people who are thinking about retiring early are doing so because they can no longer cope with the stress of the corporate world. These are people that are only in their mid 50s, and want out of their jobs, the sooner the better.
July 21, 2011 By Mesriani Law Group
If you confidently feel that you can text while driving, you better think again. According to reports of California Highway Patrol, using of cell phones while driving is one of the preliminary reasons for car accidents in California. Statistics from the U.S. Department of Transportation show that distracted driving was accounted for 6,000 deaths and 500,000 injuries in 2009.
July 21, 2011 By Lance Wallach, CLU, CHFC
Accountants, insurance professionals and others need to be careful that they donít become what the IRS calls material advisors. If they sell or give advice, or sign tax returns for abusive, listed or similar plans; they risk a minimum $100,000 fine. Their client will then probably sue them after having dealt with the IRS.
Illinois product liability claims can address injuries from defective car seats.
When youíve sustained spinal cord injuries in a motorcycle crash in Illinois, you may need to pursue compensation in a personal injury claim.
A dangerous prescription drug claim in Illinois may be filed if an anemia drug caused kidney failure.
Medical malpractice in an Illinois hospital may be pursued as a claim against the offending institution if unsanitary hospital conditions led to sickness or injuries.