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Understanding Jurisdiction in Business Litigation

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Understanding how personal jurisdiction works is essential to anyone involved in business transactions and/or litigation because it effectively determines whether a company can sue and/or be sued in a particular state. Jurisdiction is important because, as so aptly described in one article, “not every court is the right place to bring a particular lawsuit.”… Read More »

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Circumstances That Warrant Updating Estate Planning Documents

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Because life is constantly changing, your estate planning documents should change alongside it. These periodic updates are necessary in order to ensure that your loved ones are properly provided for after you’re gone. Some key examples of essential estate planning documents that many have in place include healthcare directives, living wills, durable power of… Read More »

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Selling Your Business

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Those who run their own business are typically well-versed in the day-to-day business transactions and contracts that are necessary to keep things up and running. However, when it comes to how to go about selling your business, there can often be more uncertainty and anxiety involved; precisely because the business is your baby. It… Read More »

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Durable Powers Of Attorney & Estate Planning

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Durable powers of attorney apply to managing both your financial/business and health/estate affairs. They allow you to appoint an agent to handle legal, health, and financial responsibilities. They can cover a number of important issues, such as whether that’s asset management, care preferences, medical professional details, retirement plan elections, insurance benefits; amongst others. They… Read More »

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What Is a Disclaimer Trust, and How Is It Used In Estate Planning?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

The right estate planning is essential in order to ensure that your loved ones are taken care of in the event of your death. To this end, a disclaimer trust is sometimes helpful if a family is concerned that the estate tax or asset values may change after making a will which may ultimately… Read More »

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The “Standing at Inception” Rule In Foreclosure Defense Cases

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

The standing at inception rule requires that lenders prove that they have the right to enforce the note on your home and mortgage at the time they file their complaint in court. It is an important rule that often makes the difference regarding whether a given homeowner ultimately wins or loses their foreclosure case…. Read More »

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The Importance of the Owners’ Agreement in Business Formation

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

As highlighted by a recent Forbes article, running a business unfortunately sometimes involves disputes and conflicts. Whether it involves a breach of contract claim, property rights, unfair trade practices, or something else, there really is no excuse for failing to ensure that you have every legal control possible in place at the outset. With… Read More »

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Where Business Formation & Estate Planning Overlap

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Even the most successful of businesses can fail if key documents governing their future management have not been drafted and put in place. These documents include a last will and testament, financial power of attorney, living trust, and others. And yet 80 percent of entrepreneurs surveyed failed to have a financial power of attorney… Read More »

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Tortious Interference in Florida

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

In the highly competitive Florida business world, companies are constantly doing everything in their power to gain an edge. While high levels of competition can create growth and drive our economy, this competitive spirit can lead to potentially illegal behavior and lines can be crossed. One of the most common occurrences of illegal business… Read More »

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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 »