While you are living and healthy, you value the ability to make decisions about your finances, property, health care, and children. If you die or become incapacitated, you hope others will handle these matters for you according to your wishes. …Read More »
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Sooner or later, everyone wants to retire. But if you own a family business, retirement is more than just a matter of deciding not to go into the office anymore. In addition to ensuring you will have enough money to …Read More »
At O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C., our tax team is instrumental in assisting clients with business and individual tax services. Our expertise in federal and state taxation allows us to provide clients with creative solutions to their tax …Read More »
A common issue confronting those who have recently lost a loved one is whether a court needs to be involved in the settlement of the estate of the deceased person (the “decedent”). If any is required, this involvement falls under …Read More »
Inheritance disputes arise in many ways—including from unfair will provisions, beneficiary designations, or other estate planning instruments. When there is reason to believe estate planning documents are the product of fraud or undue influence, or were made at a time when …Read More »
If you own a family business, you should be thinking about your succession plan. Whether you plan to sell the business to fund your own retirement or pass it on to your descendants or other key employees, …Read More »
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