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Business Formation—Understanding Legal Structures (Part 3)

Business Formation—Understanding Legal Structures (Part 3)

By Hampton & Pigott
Posted on 6-4-2021

In the preceding articles, we covered some of the most common business entities. Now let's take a look at one more option for those businesses that don't "fit the mold", and consider how you can go about deciding which setup is best for you. Looking at Hybrids... [read more]

With So Much Pain Comes a Little Relief in Cash

With So Much Pain Comes a Little Relief in Cash

By Hampton & Pigott
Posted on 5-26-2021

2020 has been particularly hard year on families. President Biden’s Plan is one of the most progressive plans in American history. Families could get up to $3600 per child during this 2021 tax year. The Child tax credit is part of the $1.9 trillion covid relief billed passed... [read more]

Learn from Larry King

Learn from Larry King

By Hampton & Pigott
Posted on 5-24-2021

Once upon a time in a land far, far away there was a king, Larry King. This King was loved by everyone far and wide. On one fateful day the King passed away. He left his Queen and a few sons to grieve his passing. He also left... [read more]

Business Formation—Understanding Legal Structures (Part 2)

Business Formation—Understanding Legal Structures (Part 2)

By Hampton & Pigott
Posted on 5-4-2021

In the first edition of this series about legal entity types, we discussed sole proprietorships, general partnerships, and limited partnerships. Let’s continue our article series with a discussion on LLCs, C Corporations, and S Corporations. A Limited Shield: The Limited Liability Corporation If you've ever taken... [read more]

Business Formation—Understanding Legal Structures (Part 1)

Business Formation—Understanding Legal Structures (Part 1)

By Hampton & Pigott
Posted on 4-8-2021

Starting a business can be a fantastic way to take control of your future. Long before you open your doors or serve your first client, though, you'll have to decide what kind of legal form your business will take. Business owners typically choose to establish their businesses as... [read more]

Reasons Why You Shouldnt Do a DIY Divorce

Reasons Why You Shouldnt Do a DIY Divorce

By Hampton & Pigott LLP
Posted on 3-12-2021
CATEGORIES: Family Law

Hampton & Pigott has decades of experience using the most recent technology and comprehensive knowledge to provide our clients with outstanding servicesat a lower cost. We work with families, individuals, and businesses, and provide a vast array of legal services.For an innovative, personable, and accessible teamcontactHampton &... [read more]

Living Will vs Last Will and Testament

Living Will vs Last Will and Testament

By Hampton & Pigott
Posted on 2-15-2021

Legal terms are varied and can be easily confusing, especially when terms seem to be very similar. For example, many may not be clear on what the differences are between a will and a living will. Are there different ways of describing the same thing? Are they different?... [read more]

How Do I Pick a Lawyer for My DUI

How Do I Pick a Lawyer for My DUI?

By Chris Ponce
Posted on 1-20-2021

You’re out with friends having a great time, having some drinks, watching a game. Or, maybe you’re grieving the loss of a loved one and you’re out at the local bar trying to make sense of a fresh, grievous void in your life, Perhaps your spouse or partner just... [read more]

Know Your Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel

Know Your Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel

By Hampton & Pigott
Posted on 1-18-2021

Everyone has the Constitutional right to an attorney when charged with a criminal offense. The Sixth Amendment provides this protection to any defendant in danger of potential imprisonment. Individuals charged with a crime typically hire an attorney at their own expense. However, those unable to afford legal counsel... [read more]

A Note about Remote Notarization

A Note about Remote Notarization

By Hampton & Pigott
Posted on 1-7-2021

While the world during COVID-19 might seem confusing and scary, your estate planning shouldn’t be. One of the differences in estate planning, during COVID-19, is the use of remote notarization. Starting December 31, 2020, notaries public will be able to notarize estate planning documents remotely, due to the passage... [read more]

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