A few times each month, the attorneys at GRIFFITH LAW GROUP must explain to a client that the blog article the client read on the Internet inaccurately describes the law as it applies to that client, or that the blog article or e-Book fails to address all the elements of a claim or defense, and […]
Sometimes, you just need an Indiana legal form, without a lawyer’s help. IndianaVirtualLaw is the website name for the virtual law offices of Griffith Law Group LLC, an Indiana law firm. Through our Virtual Law Office, our law firm provides cost-effective and efficient, limited legal services pertaining to Indiana, Immigration, and federal Trademark Law. Limited […]
Small business owners often make the mistake of “co-mingling” business and personal finances. For example, small business owners frequently will use a single credit card to make both personal and business purchases. Or, a small business owner might pay a personal debt with a business bank account check, or vice versa. While these transactions may […]
We were recently asked to start writing articles for LegalZoom on important real estate, estate planning, and business law topics. Below is a link to an article we wrote regarding the importance and ways of maintaining the “corporate veil” of a limited liability entity, such as a corporation, LLC, Limited Partnership or Limited Liability Partnership. […]
The attorneys at GRIFFITH LAW GROUP form limited liability companies (LLC) more often than we form any other entity, because of the flexibility afforded by the LLC. An LLC is not always the best entity choice for our clients, and there are limited circumstances when a different entity structure would be better. However, as a […]
A couple times each month, we are asked by a client whether it is better to form a Delaware corporation, or a Nevada LLC, rather than an Indiana entity. Here is a common Q & A we experience when helping a client chose a state in which to form a new business entity. CLIENT: I […]
Do you own a small business and have one or more partners? What happens to your business if you or one of your partners dies, gets divorced, becomes disabled, becomes disinterested in the business, or is dishonest? Watch this educational video to find out how to handle all of these situations.
Thinking about starting a business? Not sure which entity type is the best one for you? Watch this video and learn about the advantages and disadvantages of having a limited liability company (LLC) or corporation.
If you are a small business owner, you may have overlooked a crucial aspect of your small business: what happens to the business when you die? Most small business owners fail to understand that there is a difference between transferring ownership of a business (done through a person’s estate plan) and transferring management responsibility (done through the company’s operating […]
This video and our other articles on Asset Protection are written for the small business owner or real estate investor. If you own your own business or invest in real estate, you MUST develop a plan to keep your personal assets protected against business risks. A plan to reduce your liability risks is as important […]