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

Drug testing policies may need to be revised

If you have a policy that requires drug testing after a workplace accident or injury, you may need to change it as a result of new rules issued by OSHA. The new rules generally require that companies have a reporting procedure in place for work-related injuries and illnesses, and prohibit them from discouraging workers from […]

What happens to unused ‘flexible spending’ funds?

Many companies have flexible spending accounts that allow employees to pay health care and dependent care expenses with pre-tax dollars. The biggest drawback to these accounts is that they’re “use it or lose it” – so if employees put money into an FSA and don’t spend all of it on qualified expenses during that calendar […]

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Estate Planning Articles

Survivorship life insurance can be good vehicle for estate planning

Survivorship life insurance (also known as “second-to-die”) can be an important vehicle to consider for estate planning in the right cases. This type of insurance policy covers two lives and pays out the proceeds when the second insured dies. One benefit is that the premium tends to be lower than it would be for two […]

Should you amend or rewrite your revocable trust?

It’s important to review a revocable trust regularly to see if any amendments are needed, such as when something changes in your life or if the law changes. There are two ways to go about it. You can either amend the existing trust to change a certain part of it or rewrite the whole trust, […]

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