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Estate Planning

What is Probate Litigation?

14th May 2012
Definition of Probate Probate is defined as the legal process of how the debts are paid and assets and property distributed of an individual who has passed away. Often times, the process involves a will and sometimes there is not one available. When a ...
Author: lawfirm articles

When An Employer Does Not Return A WG-005 Form

20th December 2011
I am not a lawyer, I am a judgment referral specialist (Judgment Broker). This article is my opinion, based on my experience in California, and laws are different in every state. Nothing in any of my articles should ever be considered legal advice. In...
Author: Mark D. Shapiro
Internet Law

Tips for a Good Web Design

20th June 2011
Web design is a propos of planning, processing and execution of content on the world of Internet. It is projected at generating a website that hands its content in easy and readable form. The website comprises web pages which are designed by different co...
Author: Methew Gilcrist
Business Law

Project Management is not Business Management

28th March 2011
One of the most prominent characteristic of a project as a concept, is its sharp delimitation in time. It has clear start and end dates and is designed to achieve a unique scope, unlike the ongoing operations specific for business management. Sometimes...
Author: IoanLucian
Business Law

How Invoice factoring can fuel a company's growth

23rd February 2011
A company that has a long term plan and an execution vision would want liquidity on their balance sheet. Healthy liquidity also ensures that working capital requirements remains strong. Invoice factoring not only helps in providing instant cash to the bus...
Author: Accutrac
Estate Planning

Estate Planning – Creating the Most Effective Plan

09th November 2009
Perhaps the most important part of the estate planning is creating a plan. At the same time the other most important aspect of such planning is efficient execution. Both require careful and dedicated efforts to be successful. Once the process of asses...
Author: michael russell