The "corporate veil" refers to the protection that separates one's personal assets from their business' assets.
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In litigation, a party will often use a third-party subpoena to obtain documents from individuals, businesses, or other entities that are not parties to the lawsuit.
The LawGives Estate Planning Guide provides key information about living wills, trusts, power of attorney, medical directives, and retirement accounts and life insurance policies.
Under the United States Tax Code, every U.S. corporation that is in business must file a tax return.
Grant someone an authorization to act on your behalf in personal, business or other matters.
Finance your business using convertible debt notes.
Put in place a basic estate plan for you and your partner. This includes two wills, two powers of attorney and two advanced health care directives, customized to your specific needs.
Structure the relationship with your business advisors.
Determine who will get your property when you pass away. Putting in place a living trust helps you avoid probate.
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