Five Essential Legal Documents You Need for Incapacity Planning from Austin Estate Planning Attorney Liz Nielsen

Incapacity Planning

Comprehensive estate planning involves more than just planning for your legacy after your death, avoiding probate, and reducing taxes. Good estate planning also appoints people to make legal, financial, and medical decisions for you if you are alive but unable to make those decisions for yourself (in other words, if you are incapacitated). While no […]

Corporate Transparency Act Imposes New Small Business Reporting Requirements for 2024 from Austin Business Planning Attorney John Glode


The new year rang in more than holiday cheer for small business owners who will now have one more item on their compliance to-do list.  The Corporate Transparency Act (CTA),[1] enacted as part of the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020, places new reporting requirements on many business entities.  The law seeks to expose illegal activities, […]