Monthly Archives: July 2015

Change is Good . . . You Go First!

If you are a member or manager of a Utah limited liability company (“LLC”) that was formed on or before December 31, 2013, changes are headed your way.  In 2013 Utah enacted the Revised Utah Limited Liability Company Act effective … Continue reading

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Don’t be Disregarded

Limited liability companies (“LLC’s”) have become a popular business entity, providing liability protection to its members, nearly identical to that of a corporation, while at the same time providing more flexibility and less formality than typically exists in the corporate form. … Continue reading

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To Trust or Not to Trust

A Trust is an arrangement in which a Trustee is given legal title to property for the benefit of designated beneficiaries.  Trusts can be useful estate planning tools and are increasingly being used even in estates of moderate size. While … Continue reading

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Five Things Every Tenant Should Know

Most landlord/tenant relationships are in writing.  However, many times tenant’s find themselves asking “can my landlord really do that?”  There are some things a landlord cannot do, even if the lease says they can.  If you rent real estate in … Continue reading

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Man Sentenced for Capturing Rainwater

In most states capturing rainwater is either prohibited or regulated.
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