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WEBINAR REPLAY: Estate Planning

A complimentary webinar replay to help understand the importance of having a Will, Health Care Directive, Power of Attorney and other important documents. Also learn about probate and minimizing taxes for your heirs. Presented by Michele R. Loughrey Tschida,  Attorney at Law, Hellmuth & Johnson. Please download

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On-Demand Webinar – COVID-19 and HOAs: How to Operate During the Pandemic

Michael Klemm, David Hellmuth, Phaedra Howard, and Nancy Polomis of our Homeowners Association Team have created a concise collection of information to help the boards and residents common interest communities face new challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Even as the Governor’s stay home order is set to expire on

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Can a Non-U.S. Citizen Create an Estate Plan in the U.S.?

The United States has experienced a surge in immigration since 1970, and there are now approximately 45 million foreign-born people living in the United States. Some of them have become U.S. citizens, but many non-citizens live in the United States as well. In 2019 alone,

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COVID-19 and the SECURE Act

We at Hellmuth & Johnson hope that you and your family are healthy and well. During this unsettled time, as we endure the “new normal” of living with the unfortunate COVID-19 pandemic, there is a good opportunity to put ones legal and financial affairs in

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Starting a Business during a Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our world in dramatic ways – from the workforce shifting to working from home to skyrocketing unemployment numbers. Many owners and C-Suite execs have had to make tough decisions about the future of their business, not to mention that a

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Political Signs and Candidate Visits – Be Aware of the Law

As political campaigning heats up for the 2020 elections, all homeowners and community associations should be aware of two state statutes affecting a homeowner’s ability to place a political sign in his or her yard, and affecting a candidate’s ability to enter a community association

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