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Planning for Children with Disabilities Transitioning to Adulthood

By:  Attorney Alison C. Petri Parents have many questions when their child with disabilities is about to turn age eighteen (18).  Once your child is an adult you will no longer have the same ability to legally access or assist with your child’s financial or health care decision making.  What legal documentation your child needs …

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Business Owners Beware:  Is Your New Hire an Independent Contractor or Employee?

By:  Attorney Samuel J. Spurney   At SB Law, clients regularly contact us stating that they want to hire an “independent contractor” to assist them in their business thinking that is the safest and most efficient relationship to have with their new hire.  When considering whether a person will qualify as an independent contractor or …

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Fund That Trust

By: Thomas A. Griesbach 2021 Probate avoidance is one of many considerations in a good estate plan.  A revocable living trust is a common way of avoiding probate and is the best option for many (but not all) clients. However, a revocable trust will only avoid probate for the assets held by the trust, or …

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