Asset Protection and Estate Planning Attorneys

Comprehensive Asset Protection and Estate Planning Guidance The asset protection and estate planning lawyers at the Beliveau Law Group will guide you through asset protection and/or estate planning with experience, … [Continue Reading]

Estate Planning Attorneys

Elder Law & Medicaid Attorneys

The combination elder law and Medicaid lawyers and Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) at the Beliveau Law Group assist individuals and families with the complex process of protecting assets from the nursing home and … [Continue Reading]

Elder Law and Medicaid

Commercial & Residential Real Estate

If you are buying or selling a house, you should be represented by a real estate lawyer. The wise buyer and seller of commercial and/or residential real estate will consult an experienced real estate attorney to prepare … [Continue Reading]

Real Estate Law

Tax Attorneys and Certified Public Accountants

If your personal and/or business income tax returns are audited, it may not be simply bad luck or random. It generally means that one or more of your tax practices, even if you had no bad intentions, has raised a red … [Continue Reading]

Tax Attorneys and CPAs

Experienced Litigation Attorneys

The litigation attorneys at the Beliveau Law Group advance the legal claims, rights, and interests of their clients both in and out of court. The litigators focus on resolving disputes related to the transaction practice … [Continue Reading]

Litigation

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Business Law Articles

Many requests for businesses to take goods off Amazon or eBay fraudulent

It’s pretty common for businesses of all sizes to sell products on sites like Amazon or eBay. So imagine one day receiving a “take-down notice” informing you that the site is taking down your listings because another party has demanded it under a federal law called the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”). According to the […]

Injury and illness records may become public

Most businesses with 10 or more employees must keep records of serious work-related injuries and illnesses. This OSHA rule is intended to help businesses identify and address occupational hazards. Under new OSHA rules, however, many businesses will also have to submit their records to OSHA itself, which apparently plans to make them public, at least […]

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Estate Planning Articles

Estate planning options for blended families

The dynamics of a blended family, defined as one where at least one spouse has at least one child from a prior marriage or relationship, can complicate financial and estate planning because no off-the-shelf plans apply. It’s important to contact your estate-planning lawyer to ensure complete review of all personal and economic aspects of your family […]

IRS: Account transcripts can serve as estate tax closing letter

A recent IRS notice confirms that an account transcript issued by the IRS qualifies as a substitute for an estate tax closing letter, as long as the transcript includes the proper transaction code. An estate tax closing letter indicates that the IRS has accepted an estate tax return and that the estate’s federal tax liabilities […]

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