Tag Archives: INTENT

What is “Intent to Use” for Trademark Application Filing?

Filing an intent to use trademark application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) may be a good option if your trademark is not yet in use in commerce.  It’s essentially a way to reserve your right to … Continue reading

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The Pitfalls Associated With Letters of Intent: What You Need to Know

Outlining the basic terms of a real estate transaction in a letter of intent can help prevent future disagreements between parties — it can also lead to them. When this type of document is incomplete, self-contradicting or up for interpretation, … Continue reading

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Read the Trump Tower Moscow letter of intent dated Oct. 28, 2015

President Donald Trump signed a letter of intent to move forward with negotiations to build a Trump Tower in Russia, despite his attorney Rudy Giuliani claiming on Sunday the document was never signed. The signed letter of intent that set … Continue reading

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The decedent’s intent to make specific dispositions prevents apportionment

The decedent’s will poured her entire estate into her lifetime trust from which large specific gifts were to be made to the nominated successor trustee, and to his descendants if he should not survive, cash legacies given to two charities,… … Continue reading

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What to Include in a Memorandum of Intent for Your Child with Special Needs

If you have created a Special Needs Trust for your disabled child, you are well on your way to making sure that your child’s future is secure. But, you have more work to do. You should create a Memorandum of … Continue reading

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