Nicole Sodoma shares information on how marriage can affect your small business and what precautions you can take to protect yourself and your assets. Tune into this Business Insanity Talk Radio to listen to the discussion. Tune In... read more
In many ways, when you say “I do,” you are embarking on a business venture with your new spouse. While a business can be set up to ensure each person involved gets out of the business what he or she puts into it, the same is not always true of marriage. In the unfortunate event that your marriage comes to an end, in North Carolina, there is a strong presumption that each spouse will walk away with half of the marital property – both assets and debts.
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes baby…you know the rest. But for millions of unmarried parents, the middle section of the old nursery rhyme doesn’t apply: in 2013, there were 7 million unmarried-partner households in the United States. Read the 3... read more
This morning, the US Supreme Court denied the South Carolina Attorney General’s request for a stay on a federal judge’s ruling that the state’s ban on same-sex marriages was unconstitutional. As a result, same-sex marriages in South Carolina will be legal starting... read more
Considering saying “I Do”? Then, don’t miss attorney Jennifer Paternostro’s advice in Bridal Guide. As Ms. Paternostro explains, “Soak up the joy that surrounds you and delight in the love that is shared between you, but do so while making smart, informed decisions... read more