NC Planning Blog

Don’t Overlook This Key Step Before Discussing the Sale of Your Business

Are you contemplating selling your business?  Have you started negotiations with another party regarding the potential merger or acquisition?  Don’t continue unless you have taken the appropriate steps to protect yourself and your business.   Confidential and proprietary information is what makes your business unique and adds value as compared to your competitors. Your first priority […]

Read more

I’m Separated: Should I Update My Estate Plan Now or Wait?

Getting a separation or divorce from a spouse is a major life event, and it has a major impact on your existing estate plan. However, many people tend to push everything but what’s urgent off to the side and circle back when the dust has settled (a divorce decree is entered). But there are several […]

Read more

I’m starting a new business. What type of business entity should I form?

If you’re starting a new business and wondering what type of business entity to form, you’re not the only one.  Oftentimes, as we are sitting down with an entrepreneur, one of the first questions asked is what type of business organizational structure is best?  Unfortunately, there is no one size fits all panacea for every […]

Read more

Limited Liability Company FAQs

Limited Liability Company FAQs What is a Limited Liability Company (“LLC”)? A limited liability company, or LLC, is a form of business organization providing limited liability for an unlimited number of owners. Limited liability means that owners are, generally speaking, only liable to the extent of their investment in a properly structured and managed LLC. […]

Read more

Does your loved one need assisted living? This list of signs may help you know.

Are you a caregiver and concerned that someone you know may need to move to assisted living, but not quite sure if it’s the right time or if it is needed?  Have you noticed signs or behaviors of your loved one that gives you pause or makes you ask the question of, “Is it time […]

Read more