Two Important Questions To Consider Before Choosing A Pesonal Injury Lawyer If You Have Been Injured By A Recalled Medication

You may have noticed that in recent years, some of the medications that that have been approved by the FDA have later been recalled due to safety issues. In some cases, people have sickened, been injured or even died as the result of taking that prescribed medication during the time that it was available. If you or a loved one have been impacted by a medication that was recalled and that medication created medical problems for many other consumers, it is crucial to speak with a personal injury lawyer with experience in class action lawsuits as soon as possible. [Read More]

How To Change A Regular Corporation To An S Corporation

One of the most important characteristics of a corporation is that shareholders are not personally liable for obligations of the company. A negative aspect is that profits are taxed first at the corporate level and then at the personal level as dividends. Corporate shareholders may retain liability protection and avoid double taxation by electing to change their company to an S corporation. The election to be classified as an S corporation is for tax purposes only. [Read More]

3 Tips For Saving Money On Estate Taxes

Throughout your life you will pay a lot of money in taxes. No one can escape paying taxes, not even in death. There are death and estate taxes put in place, so that even after you pass away, the government will take some of your money. Although you cannot prevent all of the taxes, you can do some things to help you protect your money. Here are a couple tips for saving on estate taxes. [Read More]

Find Out About Your Spouses Big Debts After The Big Day? Talk With A Lawyer About A Post-Nuptial Agreement ASAP

Did you say "I do" before you knew about the financial baggage that your spouse is carrying, and you are worried about getting stuck with their debt in a divorce? Money problems are stressful, and you had a right to know the truth. There are a few things you can do to protect yourself even if you're already married. You can get a post nuptial agreement to help protect yourself if the two of you split, and you can include a variety of things in the document. [Read More]