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Entity Annual Meeting Meetings

  Why doing annual meeting minutes for your LLC or Corporation is so important By: Andrew Hoffman, Attorney When it comes to preparing annual meeting minutes, your responsibility for a business entity varies, depending on whether it is an LLC or a corporation. Each are discussed below. Corporations Under Nebraska law, an annual meeting is […]

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Andrew Hoffman Law PC, LLO Announces Fall and Winter 2019-20 Estate Planning Workshop Tour

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Andrew Hoffman Law PC, LLO is proud to announce its late fall and early winter Estate Planning Workshop Tour that has been scheduled for 2019-20. At these workshops, attendees can expect to learn about the following: The difference between a will and a Revocable Living Trust. Updates on State and Federal Law changes that impact […]

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Triggering Events in Estate Planning

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TRIGGERING EVENTS IN ESTATE PLANNING: Top Six Reasons to Have Your Estate Plan Reviewed Immediately By: Andrew J. Hoffman, Attorney After signing a new estate plan with a husband and wife, I am frequently asked the following question: “How often do we need to come and see you to do reviews?” While many law firms […]

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Top 5 Things to Consider Doing Before December 31st

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The last month of the year is always a busy time.  Christmas shopping. Holiday parties. School programs.  The list goes on forever. In the midst of it all, it is important to keep your business priorities in place.  Whether you have procrastinated until now, or just recently thought of doing it, there is still time […]

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Top 3 Reasons An Attorney Should be Consulted Before Selling Real Estate

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Law students all across America, when introduced to property law, are introduced to the mythical text book real estate referred to as “Blackacre.”  Blackacre is the mythical dream property that travels through a parade of title issues and problems as it is sold and litigated over through hypothetical fact patterns on law school exams. Selling […]

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