Estate Planning

Corporate Transparency Act Impact on Small Businesses

Strict New Reporting Requirements for Small Business Owners & Real Estate Investors

The Corporate Transparency Act (CTA), which became effective January 1, 2024, impacts almost all limited liability companies (LLCs) and small corporations in the U.S. Learn about the new reporting requirements and contact The Village Law Firm to find out whether your business qualifies for new reporting requirements and how to protect one of your most valuable assets.

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Estate Planning for Unmarried Couples

Estate Planning for Unmarried Couples 

As society evolves, unmarried but committed relationships are becoming increasingly common. While these partnerships offer flexibility, they also come with specific financial and estate planning challenges. Without the inherent legal protections of marriage, it’s important to proactively ensure that your wishes are clearly documented. Here’s how to adeptly manage estate planning for unmarried couples.  1.

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Avoid Probate

Protecting Your Children’s Inheritance If a Surviving Spouse Remarries 

Whether the subject of a legal claim or the whims of romance, without careful estate planning, assets intended for your spouse and children can end up in the hands of people you’ve never even met.  Fortunately, you can prevent a stranger from getting their hands on your family’s inheritance with the help of a common strategy. 

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