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Survey: We care what you think, and we need your help

We’ve prepared a survey about the blog that will take you at most five minutes to fill out and that will help us improve SCOTUSblog for you. We would really appreciate it if you would participate by clicking here. We take … Continue reading

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A Well-Defined Business Model Can Help Improve Your Valuation

Making the decision to sell your business is very personal. When it does come time to sell, many owners want to ensure they maximize the value they receive at close. This makes sense, as many owners have spent years, and … Continue reading

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How Can I Help My Sister Get a Green Card?

In order to be eligible to bring your sister to the United States, you must be a U.S. citizen who is over the age of 21. Legal permanent residents are not eligible to bring siblings to live permanently in the … Continue reading

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A Chart to Help You in Planning Homestead Dispositions

I’ve been giving some recent seminars on Florida homestead law. One of the topics I discussed are the limitations on devise of homestead, and some of the obvious and/or hidden planning problems that result when the limitations apply (and how … Continue reading

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[Ilya Somin] This Week, Supreme Court Will Hear an Important Case that Could Help Curb Asset Forfeiture Abuse

The case both addresses important legal issues, and could have substantial practical implications. On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Timbs v. Indiana, an important property rights/asset forfeiture case. George Will recently published an excellent Washington Post … Continue reading

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