Happy July! We hope you enjoyed a fun and relaxing Independence Day, and have more enjoyable events planned for this summer.
On July 13, I’ll present a free webinar on Choosing the Right Business Structure for the Seattle office of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). As knowledgeable experts on their businesses, many entrepreneurs incorrectly think they can form their own business entities without input from an attorney. Join me on July 13, and gain important insight into how to choose, form and maintain the correct business entity (LLC, corporation, PLLC, etc.) for your business.
The fourth and final article of my Spark: Maintaining Your Passion for the Practice of Law series is live! In this article, I discuss how thinking about your legacy can help greatly in determining your direction, both in your professional and personal life. Are you happy with your past and current choices and actions? Are those choices and actions moving you forward along a path that you will feel proud to leave once you are gone? Please take a moment to read my article and let me know what you think!
Our team is fully enjoying the summer! Erin and her family are currently enjoying time on Maui and plan to be in Oregon for the eclipse on August 21. Katie and her family also have camping trips planned in Oregon and Eastern Washington in August. Sherry looks forward to trips to Wisconsin and the Oregon Coast in August.
As always, I would love to hear your questions and comments. If you have any questions about our firm and the work we do, please contact us or visit our website at www.staceyromberg.com.
In this post from Stacey, which coincides nicely with her July 13 webinar for the SBA, she explains why it’s critical that entrepreneurs consult with legal and financial professionals before selecting a business structure.
In Part 2 of Sherry’s examination of the requisite fiduciary duties involved in LLC management, she discusses the specific duties of loyalty and care that managers and member-managers must display towards their businesses.
Guest blogger attorney Wynnie Johnson discusses specific life changes to consider when updating or starting your estate planning, in Part 2 of her This is 40 series.