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QUESTION:    HOW CAN I KEEP MY BUSINESS GOING AND EVENTUALLY TRANSFER IT?
ANSWER:       SYSTEMIC BUSINESS SUCCESSION PLANNING CAN KEEP YOUR BUSINESS INTACT THROUGH THE UNCERTAINTIES AND CERTAINTIES OF BUSINESS CYCLES AND LIVES.
People die, get divorced, become disabled, or simply

QUESTION:     CAN I EVICT MY DELINQUENT RESIDENTIAL TENANT?

ANSWER:        THERE IS NO LONGER A FEDERAL MORATORIUM AGAINST EVICTIONS OF RESIDENTIAL TENANTS

What was Covered by the Nationwide Moratorium on Evictions of Residential Tenants?
“The Director of the Centers

QUESTION:     DO CHANGES TO RECEIVERSHIP LAW MATTER TO MY COMPANY?

ANSWER:        THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE RECEIVERSHIP ACT CAN REALLY HELP YOU OR REALLY HURT YOU.

What are the statutory powers of these new receivers?

The Uniform Commercial

QUESTION:     WHAT NOT TO DO WHEN APPEARING IN VIRTUAL COURT AS THE DEFENDANT?

ANSWER:        DON’T MAKE YOUR TRAFFIC COURT APPEARANCE FOR A SUSPENDED LICENSE FROM THE DRIVER’S SEAT OF A CAR!

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QUESTION:   WILL THE DEADLINES SET BY THE SMALL BUSINESS REORGANIZATION ACT OF 2019 ACTUALLY SPEED UP SMALL BUSINESS BANKRUPTCIES?

ANSWER:    SMALL BUSINESS REORGANIZATIONS WILL ONLY BE FASTER IF THE DEADLINES ARE ENFORCED.

Other than sunrise and sunset, few deadlines are

QUESTION:     HOW CAN REMOTE ONLINE NOTARIZATION WORK?
ANSWER:        MANY STEPS ARE REQUIRED TO ASSURE THE ACCURACY AND INTEGRITY OF THE NOTARIZATION AND SIGNING PROCESSES.
How could remote online notarization go awry?
During my career I have been able

QUESTION:  NOW THAT BEACHES, LAKES, AND OTHER PLACES FOR WATER RECREATION ARE REOPENING, DO WE NEED SUPREME COURT GUIDANCE TO SPOT A BOAT?
ANSWER:  THE U.S. SUPREME COURT SAYS THAT “NOT EVERY FLOATING STRUCTURE IS A VESSEL.”
The United States

QUESTION:     ARE ELECTRONIC NOTARIZATIONS LEGAL?
ANSWER:        ELECTRONIC NOTARIZATIONS ARE LEGAL IN MOST STATES.
Electronic notarizations have been legal in Arizona for years, but they still required the signer to physically appear before the notary for the electronic signature