Whether you are an investor who plans to flip, buy-and-hold, or BRRRR (Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, and Repeat), many of the questions we receive about buying investment property are the same. This article will address the most common questions in a broad manner.
Denson v. Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.: When non-disclosure and non-disparagement provisions are too vague to understand.
Noncompete and Nondisclosure Agreements must not (1) be greater than is required for the protection of the employer, (2) impose an undue hardship on the employee, or (3) injure the public. Not even the President is above the law as analyzed by the Court in Denson v. Trump.
How is a Lawsuit Like a Three-Legged Stool?
What could a lawsuit and a three-legged stool possibly have in common? This blog explores the similarity, and advises people on what elements are needed for a lawsuit to be successful.
More than meets the eyes: transforming a bewildering case into one that results in full and fair compensation
Read how attorneys at Phillips Law Firm, Inc. helped a client put together her case when her injuries were neither obvious, nor easily capable of diagnosis by the medical profession. This challenging case proved the accuracy of what Sir Arthur Conan Doyle said through his writings in Sherlock Holmes, “Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth.”
3 common lack of capacity claims in probate disputes
For many people going through the probate process, questions can arise about whether the deceased actually had the mental capacity to issue a will at all or whether the person was unduly influenced by someone. For any potential beneficiaries or estate administrators,...
“Late Notice” Property Damage Insurance Claim Denials – “No Coverage” is Not the Answer.
If you think your insurance claim was wrongly denied, if it just seems unfair, consult with an attorney who is experienced in insurance coverage disputes. Denial letters are not always the final say in an insurance coverage dispute.
How to Build Your Trade Secrets Theft Case from Work (or Home) in a COVID-19 World
Let’s say you beefed up your cybersecurity protections and protocols with your employees now working from home. Kudos to you for being ahead of the curve. This has helped preserve the confidentiality of your trade secrets. But it has also alerted you to the...
The Need for Income Averaging after COVID-19
Income averaging was a tax break that assisted people with large income deviations up until 1986. After the 1986 Tax Reform Act, income averaging was eliminated for everyone except fishermen and farmers. In the shadow of a wrecked economy and record unemployment caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, I encourage everyone to reach out to their Senators and Representatives and ask that income averaging be reinstated to assist those people and businesses suffering income losses for tax year 2020.
Navigating the New Parent Paperwork Part II of IV: Insurance
Becoming a parent is a significant life event that opens up new vistas of happiness and sleeplessness. The goal of this four-part article is to provide a general overview and resources to new parents on how to navigate the government, estate planning, and insurance...
ESTATE PLANNING CINCINNATI: 7 Great Non-Tax Reason to Establish a Trust
Contrary to popular belief, the need for a trust is not tied directly to your level of wealth, although affluent individuals are generally more predisposed to establishing a trust, or multiple trusts, for a variety of reasons. The need to establish a trust is more...