Legal Articles
  • Divorce and the Sale of the Marital Home
  • by Howard Iken
  • There is one asset that is common in thousands of divorces: the marital home. The marital home is frequently the largest asset a couple owns. Many times, the marital home is the one and only asset a couple owns. And as the major or sole martial asset, special attention should be devoted to this issue during a divorce.
  • Estate Planning - You're Never Too Young
  • by Ronald Hudkins
  • Over views the state probate process and the general asset dirtribution process. Declares the need for an estate plan and the importance of making that an important part of everyones financial planning.
  • The Future of Legal Services: Unbundled Services
  • by Howard Iken
  • There is a new concept in the legal industry called unbundled services. It is largely unknown by lawyers. But it has appeared in the attorney-ethical rules of many states. Most consumers have never heard of it. Most lawyers still have no idea of what it means. But the influence of this concept may change the future of legal services.
  • My Father's Will
  • by Donovan Baldwin
  • Do you need a will? You might be surprised! The answer's "yes", by the way. Been there, done it, have the T-shirt. Let's both learn from my father's mistake.
  • by Howard Iken
  • Many years ago hiring a divorce attorney was financially devastating for many people. Divorce was for the wealthy. The rest of us had no options. We had to beg, borrow, or steal to find the money for an attorney. But now there are more options than ever before for anyone facing a divorce.
  • Divorce, Taxes, and the IRS
  • by Howard Iken
  • In Divorce, potential tax liability can frequently become a tool of one spouse - to be used against the other spouse. If improperly used, this tool can destroy all of the marital assets. In the worst case, tax liability can seriously impact the future financial security of either spouse and subject them to criminal sanctions.
  • Cover Your Assets!!!
  • by David Jacquot
  • Asset protection is a vital component of every financial plan. If you do not protect your wealth, you are at risk of losing it to a predatory lawsuits epidemic. Your asset protection plans also need to be tax compliant. If your asset protection plan is challenged by the IRS, you need to retain an experienced tax attorney.
  • by David Jacquot
  • This three part article discusses how current changes in IRS practice rules may subject taxpayer representatives to liability for failing to prevent their client from making criminal admissions. These articles also discuss methods to protect both the taxpayer and the representative from this potential problem.
  • by David Jacquot
  • This three part article discusses how current changes in IRS practice rules may subject taxpayer representatives to liability for failing to prevent their client from making criminal admissions. These articles also discuss methods to protect both the taxpayer and the representative from this potential problem.
  • by David Jacquot
  • This three part article discusses how current changes in IRS practice rules may subject taxpayer representatives to liability for failing to prevent their client from making criminal admissions. These articles also discuss methods to protect both the taxpayer and the representative from this potential problem.
  • by Howard Iken
  • In most states, child custody decisions during a divorce used to be simple. The judge would give custody to the mom. The dad got alternating weekend visitation. Now, custody decisions are drastically more complex. Judges are required to weigh a list of factors to determine which parent is the proper custodian of the children. The level of complexity in custody decisions has drastically risen and decisions are no longer clear-cut.
  • by Howard Iken
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