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The New Tech Bans With China: What You Need To Know About The Huawei Situation

As the trade war with China heats up, the federal government has taken some rather significant measures in recent days that will undoubtedly have a huge impact on any company that relies on global technology supply chains. Here are the facts you need to know. What Just Happened In The Technology Sector? Essentially, the United States recently issued an export control rule that added Huawei Technologies Co. and a number of its affiliated companies to the "   Read More...

Recently Remarried? Do You Need A Living Trust?

If you've recently remarried, estate planning isn't likely to be at the forefront of your mind. However, life can be full of unexpected twists and turns, and the last thing you want is for your children to be inadvertently disinherited if something should happen to you before you and your new spouse have had joint wills drafted. Read on to learn more about some situations in which you may want to establish a living trust to protect assets for your spouse and children, as well as when a traditional will may do.   Read More...

How To Handle Your Father's Business After He Dies

If your father, who owned and operated a successful small business in town, passed away unexpectedly, and you and your siblings are having trouble determining what to do with this business, you could benefit by seeking the services of a business attorney. Business attorneys offer mediation services relating to family business succession planning, and here are three things the attorney will help you with. Finding out if your father had a plan in place   Read More...

Will Contests: When You've Been Left Out Of A Will Of A Loved One

When you've been left out of a will of a loved one, it can hurt. If you had a close relationship or if you were promised money in the event of their death, you may be surprised to learn that you were left out of a will. While you may be upset, you will have to meet certain criteria to even file a will contest. You must be deemed an interested person, and you must have a legal reason why you want to contest the will.   Read More...

Should You Sue Your Contractor?

When things do not go well during a residential or business construction project, the emotional and financial strain can truly be overwhelming. If your disputes with the builder or subcontractor cannot be resolved amicably, you may need the help of an attorney. Communication You should have an iron-clad contract before you begin any construction project. If you feel the contractor is not fulfilling this contract, you should first discuss, in detail, your dissatisfaction.   Read More...