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What if You Suspect a Violation in Your Non-Compete Agreement?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

In today’s extremely competitive business world, more and more employers are requiring their employees to sign a variation of a non-compete agreement. This is an agreement between the business and the employee that restricts where the employee can work for a certain period of time  when the employment is terminated. The employee typically agrees… Read More »


Beware of Online Wills

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

According to AARP, six in ten Americans do not have  a last will and testament. This startling figure means that the vast majority of Americans do not have their affairs in order should they unexpectedly pass away. With statistics like this floating around the internet, more and more Americans are opting to complete a… Read More »


Understanding An LLC Operating Agreement

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Business owners across the country have come to rely on the great security that a limited liability company (LLC) business structure provides. The hybrid structure of an LLC takes the ideology from both corporations and partnerships to provide business owners with a flexible management structure. LLC operators are able to protect themselves from certain… Read More »


Preparing To Sell Your Business

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

For many business owners, the culmination of a successful business career is the sale of their business to another individual. In fact, over 250,000 businesses are sold or go through a major ownership change on an annual basis in the United States. The time and attention to detail associated with planning and executing can… Read More »


Things That Slow Down Foreclosure Proceedings

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

In the state of Florida alone there are approximately 63,000 residential foreclosure cases filed per year. Going through a foreclosure can be a traumatic and emotionally draining experience. Often times individuals struggle to find ways to slow down or stop the process. Fortunately, when fighting a residential foreclosure in the state of Florida, there… Read More »


You Are Never Too Young For Estate Planning

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

As college students graduate at this time of year and embark on “adulting,” it is important to understand the benefits of being proactive about planning for the future. At this point in life many young-adults will get their first “real job” and start receiving benefits and insurance plans for the future. With these firsts… Read More »


Congress Votes on Bankruptcy Reform For Banks

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Recently the United States House of Representatives voted to approve new legislation on bankruptcy code for banks across the country. Officially known as the Financial Institution Bankruptcy Act of 2017 (FIBA), the legislation is designed to avoid taxpayer bailouts and financial crisis in the event that a bank fails. Supporters of the legislation believe… Read More »


Why You Need to Start Thinking About Your Will

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

According to statistics, a staggering 64 percent of Americans do not have a last will and testament. This figure is extraordinarily high, and is likely due to the fact that mortality is a topic people like to avoid as it brings about a certain uneasiness. However, a will is vital to ensuring the safe… Read More »


Bank of America to Pay $46 Million In Foreclosure Case

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

In a recent 107-page ruling, a California judge called Bank of America’s behavior in handling a foreclosure “heartless” and “brazen”. The circumstances surrounding the case began in late 2009 when the Sundquist family of Sacramento, California requested to modify their home loan. The Sundquists spoke with Bank of America, who directed them to default… Read More »


How Should You Structure Your New Business

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

The prospect of starting a new business can be exhilarating, and the idea of creating something successful is often a great joy in an individual’s life. However, it is important to ensure you are considering the various legal implications during the business formation process. Unfortunately, the process is often complex and a mistake can… Read More »