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Abusive Tax Schemes Often Cause Confusion in the Asset Protection Planning Arena

When clients come to see me for asset protection planning, I will occasionally get questions about offshore trusts that are part of abusive tax shelters and which the client has read about or seen described on the news. A man … Continue reading

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Bus Accidents in North Carolina Often Accountable to Charter Company Negligence

You may remember back in June when we posted on our North Carolina Car Accident Lawyers Blog about the North Carolina bus company that was told to cease operations following a fatal bus crash on its way to New York … Continue reading

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A Child's College Education – Often a Hidden Cost in Divorce!

A divorce often leads to many changes within a family. Recognizing this fact is extremely important, especially when children are involved. Divorcing parents should ask themselves each step of the way what they can do to minimize the negative impact … Continue reading

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The Often Overlooked Protected Class: Transgender Employees

Transgender individuals are a protected class under the Iowa Civil Rights Act and, although, not specifically identified under federal law may be protected under Title VII's prohibition of "sex" discrimination. Thus, it is important for Iowa employers to be familiar … Continue reading

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The Marital Home is Often Ground Zero in Divorce

The beginning of a divorce can be very confusing and stressful. Perhaps the most stressful part of the divorce is what to do with the marital home. A difficult decision must be made as to who will remain in the … Continue reading

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