Where the saying "more money, more problems" goes, that's probably never truer than when a couple with significant financial means is getting divorced -- if one half doesn't want to play fair.
A Subchapter S (Sub-S) corporation is a type of business that meets specific requirements laid out by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). In essence, it allows small companies with a limited number of shareholders (under 100) to enjoy the benefits of incorporating while still keeping the same tax rate as a partnership.
When someone sets up a trust for his or her beneficiaries, they expect the trustee to look after those beneficiaries' interests. Usually, things go pretty much as planned.
You have debts -- but so does everybody else you know, right? Maybe some have gone to collection, but is that really a big deal?
What's the difference between a valid marriage and a purely religious prayer ceremony that sanctifies a couple's relationship before God?
Misleading mailings? What exactly is that, and how could it be a big legal problem for a business?