19Apr

DVTROs: Knowledge of the Process is Power

By Jenny Bain / April 19, 2017 / Divorce, Family Law, Resources / No Comments

“You should file a Domestic Violence Restraining Order (DVRO) to protect yourself.” Victims of domestic violence — which is a broad category for numerous types of behavior not limited to physical or verbal assault  — often hear this advice from friends and family who mean well. And while DVRO applications are difficult to complete due to […]

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12Apr

Prenups for Entrepreneurs: The Value of Pre-Venture Counseling

By Forester Purcell / April 12, 2017 / Business Planning, Estate Planning / No Comments

Making the Case for Pre-Venture Counseling When you enter into a business venture with another person, you are essentially establishing a relationship which implies a set of duties and obligations — think a marriage without the romance (in most cases anyways). Owning and operating a small business comes with its own unique set of challenges. What usually […]

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