As an employee, you should know what you are entitled to from your employer. It
In the state of Florida, the law provides guidance of how a Limited Liability Company
Florida law allows for creditors to collect on a final judgment from a court for
S-Corporations are some of the most common corporate entities that are used in the state
Over the past two decades, we have witnessed the meteoric growth of tech conglomerates such
Limited liability companies (LLCs) have become popular as a legal entity to help investors and
On December 27, 2020, President Trump signed into law the Consolidated Appropriations Act (the “Act”),
For over five years residents in Washington D.C. have had the ability to use medical
In 2014 Washington D.C. voted to legalize marijuana for recreational use, however, it did so with some strings attached. Knowing the dos and do nots of D.C. Marijuana laws can potentially help those who grow and use the substance avoid violating the strict laws that regulate the growing popular plant.
Timeshares are some of the greatest ways to own a vacation home, but also sources
Can a Personal Representative of an Estate Administer Property Before Receiving Letters of Administration in Florida?
Part of administering an estate upon a person’s passing involves the distribution of their assets
If you are a creditor who has provided loans that have been defaulted on, filing
Late Sunday December 20, 2020 Congressional leaders reached a consensus on a new stimulus package
Many Florida companies benefit from using deferred compensation plans for a variety of reasons. Some startup companies lack the current cashflow to hire key employees; however, the company might be able to attract the right candidate by tying a portion of the employee’s compensation to future corporate earnings.
On Monday December 14th, 2020 the electors for each state met to confirm President-Elect Biden’s election as the 46th President of the United States. What does that mean for you and your taxes? Well, that all depends on the Georgia senate runoff election in January.
During these trying times due to COVID-19, many Miami residents have been out of work for months, making it nearly impossible to keep up with rent payments. Many of these Miami residents are being evicted. In some cases, these tenants have reached the end of their lease or do not have a written lease. The lack of a written lease may give the landlord the impression they can evict the tenant whenever they want, but Florida law states differently.
Yes, businesses that are open to the public are responsible for complying with legitimate safety requirements. Thus, a business may enforce policies and restrictions for the safety, comfort, and peace of mind of other people.
What Forms Do Foreign Individuals and Entities Need to Complete When Investing in The United States?
Miami is home to many foreign individuals and foreign companies that do business in Florida