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State Filing Fees – Legally Mine

January 27, 2014 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

Did you know that Legally Mine can help you save money on your state filing fees?  Sometimes what you don’t know is hurting you now! Check out the list below to find your state and what the current filing fees are.   Then give Legally Mine a call to see how we can help you […]

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The Broad Overview – Legally Mine

January 20, 2014 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

What Legal Structures Work Best for My Medical Business? Daniel McNeff, Business Owner and CEO at Legally Mine, Les Sliger, Senior Advisor J.L. Hillery, J.D. When looking at legal structures for any business, the first question asked by most people is, “how will it make a difference for me?” The right legal entities can accomplish […]

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Questions and Answers 1- Legally Mine

January 13, 2014 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

The following are some general questions that often get asked to various Legally Mine representatives.  Many of these questions and answers both are found in the book the Asset Protection Bible. I will continue with this for a couple of posts, but please let me know if you have any questions that are not listed […]

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Business Legal Entities – Legally Mine

January 10, 2014 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

This is a quick snippet from Dan McNeff, CEO of Legally Mine, discussing various business entities and their tax liability. Please feel free to comment below. Thanks Matt – Legally Mine    

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About Legally Mine – From Legally Mine

January 8, 2014 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

Legally Mine: Whether you are the executive director of a national association of a volunteer officer of a local organization, the task of choosing speakers and topics for your meeting is a big responsibility. The topic must be appropriate, timely, relevant, and professional. Often this is not an easy decision to make. Regardless of the […]

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Legally Mine Customer Review

December 30, 2013 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

It is always nice to get a pat on the back from clients for all your hard work. This was  letter we got a few months ago from one of our clients that we initially met at a funeral directors meeting in New York last year. “… I have had an exceptionally  positive experience with […]

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For a Holiday Smile – Legally Mine

December 20, 2013 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

This is not a place to discuss politics.  But there are times where the whole political circus just makes me dizzy.  This is a wonderful  – and poignantly truthful – depiction of how all to often our political races really are.  I hope it brings you a smile ! Thanks and happy Holidays from all […]

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The Revocable Living Trust – Legally Mine

December 20, 2013 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

  The following is some information regard Revocable Living trusts and their potential for being used as an asset protective entity, especially for homes.   There is a lot of information regarding Living Trusts out there, with a lot of confusion about what they can really be used for and how.  Legally Mine is always […]

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The Homestead Law – Legally Mine

December 10, 2013 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

During Legally Mine’s presentations across the nation, we get asked a lot of questions. I thought that part of my managing this blog would be to be preemptive in answering some of the questions that get brought up and hopefully provide some further thought and discussion. The following are some thoughts on the various homestead […]

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Wrongful Termination, Lawsuits – Legally Mine

November 8, 2013 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

“The problem with common sense, is that it is not common” is the famous saying right?  Well the following comes from a special business report from Legally Mine, outlining a case concerning wrongful termination.  It makes my head spin – Matt Employer Held Liable for $720,000 for Wrongful Termination This case involved a jury award […]

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The most recent statistics cite that nearly $4 billion ($168 million more than the previous year) was spent in medical malpractice payouts, nearly a 5% increase from the year previous.