Convicted felons are not legally permitted to possess firearms. However, the Supreme Court ruled in May 2015 that convicted felons do have the conditional legal right to sell their firearms
Building wealth during one's lifetime prompts careful review of assets and goals. At the same time, legislation changes and socioeconomic shifts could prompt individuals to change how they protect and manage investments
A few dozen bills were signed into law by Florida's governor in late May 2015. One of the new laws offers added freedoms to gun owners during a state of emergency
â€‹Trusts and life insurance policies are often used when an individual plans to provide for family members after they are gone. Instead of using these two tools separately, combining trusts and life insurance policies can provide even more benefits than when used alone.
When structuring one's estate, how does an individual decide how much to bequeath? Equally dividing an estate might seem like the most diplomatic and fair avenue for avoiding family conflict, but it might not be optimal.
Each year a new report profiles the country's jurisdictions that offer Domestic Asset Protection Trusts.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation recently confirmed with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, & Explosives (ATF) that 41Pâ€”the controversial proposition affecting gun trust regulations that is slowly moving to federal decision-makersâ€”is delayed again.
A new report from the Joint Committee on Taxation of the United States Congress addresses current law in relation to partnerships, LLCs, C corporations, and S corporations. Parts of the report also address how tax law applies to businesses that change formation.