Year-End Checklists for Small Businesses

As the year draws to a close, it's the perfect time for small businesses to reflect on their achievements and learnings and to plan for the road ahead. While many entrepreneurs are busy setting personal resolutions, it's equally crucial to focus on legal considerations that can shape the success of your business in the coming year. This blog post will explore a year-end legal checklist tailored to small businesses, Read More

A Few Animal Laws We Should Know

We all have questions that come up for our pets or someone else. I have collected some resources to help address the more common ones.  Leash Laws  State and local governments have leash laws. Michigan State has an animal legal and historical center webpage that refers to each state and laws governing leash laws: https://www.animallaw.info/topic/table-state-dog-leash-laws.  In Arizona, there are state Read More

Student Loan Debt Relief: A Few Things You Should Know

Photo by Jaeyoung Geoffrey Kang on Unsplash "Debt is the slavery of the free." -Publilius Syru Many of us have student loans. Many Americans with education debt apply for discharge relief and a new income-driven payment plan. The US Department of Education proposes a new income-driven repayment plan that caps monthly payments for undergraduate loans at 5% of a borrower's discretionary income—that is half the Read More

A Few Pointers about Odometer Fraud.

Things gained through unjust fraud are never secure. - Sophocles Vehicle Title History. When considering purchasing a vehicle obtain an inexpensive summary of the vehicle’s title history from the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System, Carfax, and/or AutoCheck; it may show odometer discrepancies. However, don’t rely solely on title history summaries, for they do not always identify a vehicle’s problems. Read More

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