A professional limited liability company is a specialized type of limited liability company that is meant for licensed professionals, such as dentists, chiropractors, physicians, accounters, architects, etc. PLLCs exists because many states do not allow LLCs to be formed by professionals whose work requires a license. In this article, we discuss the difference between a PLLC and an LLC, forming a PLLC, and what to do after forming your PLLC.
or many, estate planning is something you do so that when you’ve reached your golden years you can rest easy knowing your assets will be handled properly after you pass on. None of us wants to think of the “plan” in estate planning as something that will come to fruition in the next few months. But we can’t ignore what’s going on around us, especially those in the high risk categories including the elderly and those with multiple comorbidities.
As the number of individuals testing positive for the Novel Coronavirus increases in the United States, and with it the public’s uncertainty of what will happen next, the economic fallout has led many to wonder how they will pay their bills or if they’ll have a roof over their heads in the coming months. In response to these concerns and the growing number of people filing for unemployment, the administration announced steps to stabilize the housing market, protect homeowners, and keep those facing eviction in their current dwellings until the outbreak is under control.
The risk of deportation is a very real and very frightening possibility for a number of immigrants in the United States. Facing removal proceedings can be frustrating and confusing, especially since it is likely the first exposure many may have with the US justice system. Removal is a process by which the government attempts to remove a non-citizen from the United States and place her in her country of origin or another country that will accept her. However, an order for deportation doesn’t guarantee removal. An alien who is subject to removal proceedings has certain rights that if properly defended can prevent deportation.
As a handful of major metropolitan cities and states begin issuing shelter-in-place orders and possible future quarantine we are left asking ourselves questions such as, “Is it legal for me to go outside anymore?” “The airports are still open, can I fly?” “Will I get arrested for walking my dog?” That last question might sound a little ridiculous, but during an unprecedented time, with local officials issuing different statements around the country, its difficult to discern real news from fear-mongering.