In recent years certain ubiquitous enterprises have "gone public" and have made their debuts on the stock exchange. However, for individuals in New York who are outside of the corporate world, the distinction between a private company and public company may not be clear.
A divorce may offer its parties new beginnings for their lives, but before they can move on they must work through several family law issues that will establish their relationship in the future. Particularly if the parties share a child together, they will they have to decide where their child will live and how they will work together to support their child's financial needs.
6 out of 10 Americans don't have an estate plan. It's not that they don't care about how their family will have to handle their estate one day. Most of the time, people just don't know where to begin the process or how long it will take.
A living trust is a powerful testamentary tool that can help a Buffalo resident achieve many of their estate planning goals. While this post will address many of the advantages that individuals may derive from using living trusts, readers should note that not all estate plans may need or benefit from them and that all individuals should contact their trusted estate planning attorneys with their questions about the use of living trusts.
Starting a new business in New York is a big undertaking. A person may have to line up commercial space and vendors, secure licenses and hire employees. They may formulate growth plans in order to get financing for projects and seek the advice of industry experts to avoid missteps that often befall new businesses. And top of all of that, they must also meet all of the legal and regulatory requirements that apply to their entity.