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When to File Chapter 11

By Julianne Frank |

How do you know if you should file Chapter 11? Chapter 11 can be filed by individuals, but is most commonly used where a business is in trouble. Below are some of the most common tools I use to diagnose whether a business is a good candidate for Chapter 11, and to determine whether… Read More »

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seamanship

The Seamanship of Business by Julianne Frank

By Julianne Frank |

Know Your Knots (and the “Nots”) : Figure Out How To Make Your Business Secure To be good sailor I had to learn knots. Lots of them. Each of them had a purpose. In my struggle to learn the knot, I would often lose track of the actual purpose for the knot. In one… Read More »

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business law

Shareholders, Partners and Members: 20 Questions You Will Wish You Asked Each Other

By Julianne Frank |

Most small businesses do not bother to have agreements in place that address the myriad of issues that come up between the owners in every business setting. If you operate as a corporation or LLC , and there is more than one shareholder or member, you face the prospect of a world of pain… Read More »

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start your own business

The Evil Lawyer and the Pierced Veil

By Julianne Frank |

You want to form your business, and you don’t want to use a lawyer. Why should you? These days television commercials and online services tout “form your own Corporation” or “we provide all the documents you need to form your business”. Given the digital world in which we live and all the resources that… Read More »

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