Regardless of how well people get along, before they go into business together in Missouri, they need a partnership agreement. According to FindLaw, if partners do not take the time to create this contract, their business relationship will instead be defined by the state's rules for partnerships. While these may work for some, they cannot address the unique aspects of each company.
If you have begun researching elements of your estate plan in Missouri, you probably have a lot of questions. One of the first that many people ask is what a living will is and whether or not they need one. We at Kozeny and McCubbin can help you determine if this type of arrangement is right for you and educate you on the steps necessary to prepare this or any other aspect of your estate plan.
You have likely heard the term "probate" before. It is often mentioned after a person dies in Missouri. If you do not understand what this means, it is beneficial to you to find out. Wealth Pilgrim explains probate is the distribution of assets for a deceased person. You probably have heard probate in regard to something being "stuck in probate." This essentially means the process of asset distribution is stuck in court, which often happens if you die without a will.
Business owners in the St. Louis area know the important role contracts play in keeping the business running. As part of operating your business, you will enter into contracts with customers, vendors, contractors and employees, and you rely on everyone upholding their end of the bargain.
Owning a weapon is a right given to all U.S. citizens. Whether you have been charged with a weapons crime or are just interested in knowing the laws of legal knife ownership in Missouri, we at Kozeny and McCubbin have detailed the basics you need to know about this topic.