Happy Thanksgiving!

From us to you

From the entire team at St. Augustine Law Group, have a safe and happy Thanksgiving! If you find yourself traveling this holiday season, please remember to drink responsibly and always have a Designated Driver.

Table Conversation

Usually around this time of year, we all start thinking about what NEXT year has in store. Do you or a family member want to start a business? Is it time to transition the family business from one generation to the next? Do you want to have children (or more children) this coming year? Maybe you are buying your first home, or will be getting married/engaged.

One thing that no one ever talks about is their attorney. We are OK with that. ;) We just ask that you keep us in mind for all of your life changes. Serving our clients is our #1 priority, and we hope to serve you well!

Get out and Vote!

When was the last time you voted? This post will give you the resources you need to get educated on voting, and the many rules surrounding it.

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"Alter Ego" and how it could imact you!

Formation of a company is an exciting event! Having your company or companies be sued is not as exciting. It is even less exciting if you end up personally liable, or if the assets of another company are compromised in the process. Read this post for more info on the "Alter Ego" doctrine and how it might impact you!

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Probate: What is it?

End of life planning is stressful. It certainly isn't something we enjoy doing. As the saying goes, "Two things are certain in life. 1) Death, and 2) Taxes." While estate tax may not apply to you, even if you have a Last Will in place today, your estate will likely go through probate. Read this blog to learn more.

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What is a "Life Estate", and how can I use it?

Have you ever heard the term "Life Estate"? Do you know what it means? If not, this is the blog post for you!

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Succession Planning

There are many things to consider when running your business. One of them is how your business will continue once you decide to retire? Plan for the future today, and worry less in the future. You will be able to sleep soundly knowing that you have planned ahead.

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