Your estate plan might encourage your employees

On behalf of Kadish & Anthony Law Group posted in Estate Planning For Business Owners on Friday, January 31, 2020. As a business owner, you set standards for your employees. One way that you can help them is to let them know that you’re planning for the future of the company. This sometimes helps them to feel more stable. It also shows them a goodContinue reading

How should you incorporate your multistate company?

On behalf of Kadish & Anthony Law Group posted in Business Formation & Transactions on Sunday, January 26, 2020. It’s common for business owners who operate a company that’s doing well to want to try to replicate its success. This is why many company owners decide to expand their business into neighboring states. You mustn’t assume that you can simply incorporate in Arizona and neverContinue reading

What exactly are material defects?

On behalf of Kadish & Anthony Law Group posted in Construction Litigation on Friday, January 17, 2020. When many people think of home inspectors, they think of the person who comes out to check out their home before the bank agrees to extend a loan for them to purchase the property. Some individuals have them come out and check out the work on their homesContinue reading

Entrepreneurs should consider life insurance and estate plans

On behalf of Kadish & Anthony Law Group posted in Estate Planning For Business Owners on Saturday, January 11, 2020. As a small business owner, you likely know that you need to have a will and a succession plan as part of your estate plan. What you might not realize is that you also need to have suitable insurance policies in place so that thoseContinue reading

Think about your steps when your company is sued

On behalf of Kadish & Anthony Law Group posted in Business Litigation on Thursday, January 2, 2020. As a small business owner, you have probably tried to grow your business by developing a strong reputation in the community. Having a lawsuit against your company is one thing that can damage this. If you do find out that your company is being sued, you have specificContinue reading

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