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Tuesday, January 2, 2024

📌 PB Law's Guide to the Corporate Transparency Act - CTA + BOI Reporting

Check out this week's blog to find out what you need to know - now - about the Corporate Transparency Act ("CTA"), which is estimated to impact over 30 million - mostly small + mid-size - businesses.
This new federal law likely affects you if: 
  • Are a business owner;
  • Have beneficial ownership in a business (individually, or thru another company or trust); 
  • Have substantial control over a business 
The failure to comply with the CTA is not to be taken lightly, with steep fines ($500/day + $10,000 for criminal fines), plus a possibility of two years in jail! 
Read on for a link to our comprehensive guide to the CTA + BOI Reporting, to see if you're impacted  + what you need to do... 

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Monday, October 10, 2022

NEW SERIES! Are your gifts causing more harm than good? When generosity backfires...

As an estate planner, I deal with lots of generous, kind folks with very big hearts (and sometimes, big wallets to match). 
That’s not always the case- sometimes clients have a more modest estate that belies their generous spirits. 
In this series, I’m offering a weekly Q&A to outlines some mistakes I've seen my generous clients make- along with my recommended course-correct plan of action!

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Thursday, January 2, 2020

Why a HIPAA Release May Be the Most Important Document in Your Estate Plan

Many presume the single essential document is a Will or Revocable Trust.
While a Will (or more importantly Trust) is critically important, the most important document may be one you haven’t heard of- the HIPAA Authorization...

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Thursday, July 18, 2019

Why I'm Convinced that Estate Planning is a Women's Issue...

Estate planning is important for both sexes, but the pitfalls of failing to plan simply affect women, particularly mothers, much more than men for a host of reasons. 
In this week's blog, Tiffany lists 16 key talking points for women (and everyone else) to consider in order to protect their future selves, families, & loved ones. 


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Friday, June 14, 2019

Important Estate Planning Considerations for LGBTQ+ Individuals & Families

Happy LGBTQ Pride Month!   

Most people, regardless of their gender identity or sexual orientation, should make an estate plan. However, same-sex couples/families and LGBTQ individuals may have more to gain from making an estate plan than others because of the ever-changing nature of the laws surrounding LGBTQ issues.  An estate plan can also help clarify the nature their relationship for those family members or professionals who may not (sadly) understand it or approve of it. 
In honor of Pride Month, this week's blog addresses 6 Key Estate Planning Issues to consider for LGBTQ families & individuals...

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Friday, June 7, 2019

FAQs about Protecting Your Ass(ets)

Why Do I Need to Consider Asset Protection?
It’s scary out there!  In Nevada, and throughout the country, people are increasingly using the legal system to unjustly deprive others of their life’s work.  Millions of new lawsuits are filed in the United States every year, many of which are frivolous...


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Thursday, May 23, 2019

Trust & Estate Planning FAQs with Tiffany Ballenger Floyd

In this week's blog, our Las Vegas-based trust attorney, Tiffany Ballenger Floyd, answers some of the most frequently asked questions she receives about estate planning. 

 


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Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Should I Do My Estate Planning Online???

The worldwide web has provided us with great opportunity to be more independent as consumers. However, as convenient it may seem, you might want to think twice before creating an estate plan online!

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Monday, July 18, 2016

Things to Do Following the Death of a Loved One: Part I

Please Note:  The following is a general list of considerations and should not replace the advice of an attorney familiar with your situation; This article is not legal advice and will not necessarily apply to all situations- for specific advice tailored to your situation, please consult with an estate planning attorney.  


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