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Business and Commercial Litigation

By Julianne Frank |

If you are a business owner, you should take the time to consider the legal disputes that may arise and work to protect yourself before any type of litigation occurs. Commercial litigation, also known as business litigation, can involve many different types of legal disputes that may arise within a business environment. Large and… Read More »

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Protection of Privacy with a Single-Member LLC

By Julianne Frank |

If you are interested in preserving and protecting your privacy as a small business owner, and you are the only employee, you may consider structuring your business as a single-member limited liability company (“SMLLC”). As a sole business owner of a business, your privacy may be a concern to you. Single-Member LLC The… Read More »

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Deciding on a Business Structure

By Julianne Frank |

Congratulations! You’ve decided to start a business! Now that you have an amazing service, product, or idea, your next step is to determine which type of legal business structure will be best for you both legally and financially. This is an important decision and can affect multiple aspects of your company. Learning what types… Read More »

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Abundance

By Julianne Frank |

Where there is abundance abounding, it is there for the taking, There will be a price, but you can have it. I bought too many orange peppers today because I wanted them, they were the size of small pumpkins and they were available in abundance. I am in a position to accumulate too many … Read More »

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Bankruptcy 101

By Julianne Frank |

To file or not to file, that is the question. If you are considering bankruptcy, you may not know your options or what debts will be discharged. This short guide will help you understand the basics of bankruptcy and bankruptcy options available. What is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? A Chapter 7 bankruptcy, also called “straight”… Read More »

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The LLC Myth: Why the LLC is not the Asset Protection Tool you Think it is

By Julianne Frank |

Julianne Frank All rights reserved 2019 “If I form an LLC it will protect me from my creditors”. I hear this a lot. If you believe it, you are probably still leaving carrots for Santa’s reindeer. An LLC is a useful entity form for certain types of businesses. It can provide tax advantages…. Read More »

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Interview with Julianne Frank on Selling Her Law Firm

By Julianne Frank |

Julianne Frank is a business and consumer bankruptcy lawyer out of Jupiter, Florida. We first met at the NACBA conference in Cleveland. But, as you will hear in the interview below, we crossed paths again at the 2019 Florida Bar Conference where I gave a presentation to the Senior Lawyers Committee on practical and… Read More »

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OutNerd This…

By Julianne Frank |

…50 years ago I built a mockup of the Command and Lunar Modules in my home… Man was landing on the moon. I was 13 and a complete spaceflight nut. I took over two rooms of our house in Rochester, New York and spent a year building a full mockup of the interior of… Read More »

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Understanding the Adversary Proceeding

By Julianne Frank |

Help! I am being Sued in Bankruptcy Court!” Understanding the Adversary Proceeding Julianne Frank, Board certified Bankruptcy Attorney All Rights Reserved 2019 You can sue or be sued in a bankruptcy court just like in any other court system. The lawsuit brought in the bankruptcy system has to involve issues that relate to bankruptcy… Read More »

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Irrevocable Trust What is It and Why Do I Need One?

By Julianne Frank |

Julianne Frank, Esq. All rights reserved 2019 What is the difference between a Revocable Trust and an Irrevocable trust, and how do I know which is right for me? In an Irrevocable Trust, you are transferring assets into the trust, and effectively removing all of your rights of ownership to those assets. You dictate… Read More »

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