Indianapolis, Indiana Legal Blog

Estate planning for seniors with dementia

When seniors receive a dementia diagnosis, they may want to ensure that they have an estate plan in place. People may gradually lose the ability to make decisions about their everyday lives. Planning early allows them to consider the kinds of legal documents that they...

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Picking a good time to list your home

Picking a good time to list your home in Indiana can make a considerable difference in your ability to sell. Strategizing the best time to sell may take some of the uncertainty out of selling and help you prepare for your move. Depending on your urgency to move, you...

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Reviewing different kinds of business taxes

Whether you run a large company or a small firm, it is crucial to understand your tax obligations. Business owners have to pay various types of taxes and you need to familiarize yourself with your tax obligations based on your unique circumstances. It is crucial to...

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What does a special needs trustee do?

If you have a child who has a disability or other special needs, you may want to add a special needs trust to your estate plan. This type of trust gives your child access to funds to use on supplemental expenses without rendering him or her ineligible for means-tested...

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How to have a smooth real estate closing

With closing day approaching, you are probably excited to be a new homeowner. Although closing day may seem like just an event in which you sign a lot of documents (which you will do), there are some other components about closing day that can delay, or even derail,...

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Is my non-competition agreement enforceable?

A non-competition agreement is a very unique contract between an employer and employee. The reason why it is unique is because a non-competition agreement does not come into effect until after one of the parties terminates the employer-employee relationship. However,...

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