Identify Hidden Traps and Get Strategic Guidance for Structuring Entities
Considerable forethought is required before using LLCs to hold real estate, as inadequate planning can open the door to title, asset protection, and financial issues. Whether you're purchasing property to hold, flip, or rent, you need to make sure your ducks are in a row before you start doing business. Get veteran insights on everything you need to consider at the outset of your first or next real estate venture. Register today!
Review the pros and cons of LLCs vs. other holding devices.
Learn how to handle business planning and owner issues with confidence.
Identify important tax considerations business attorneys should know.
Get tips for drafting core provisions in the operating agreement.
Anticipate and avoid asset, mortgage, and financing issues.
Discover best practices for asset protection, insurance, incorporation state, and other front-end issues.
Identify common and costly formation mistakes you need to watch out for.
Pros and Cons of LLCs vs. Other Entities and Trusts
Tax Considerations for Business Attorneys
Business Planning and Owner Issues - Buy & Hold, Rentals, Flips
Drafting Key Provisions in Operating Agreements
Asset, Mortgage, and Financing Issues
Insurance and Asset Protection Best Practices
Incorporation State, Licensing, and Other Front-End Issues
ALLY L. COLVIN is an attorney with Hancock Estabrook, LLP where she is in the firm’s corporate and real estate practice areas. Ms. Colvin graduated magna cum laude from Syracuse University and earned her J.D. at St. John’s University School of Law. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the Auburn YMCA-WEIU and is a former member of the Board of Directors of the Auburn Business Improvement District. Ms. Colvin is admitted to practice in New York.
RICHARD E. SCRIMALE is the department chair of the corporate law department at Hancock Estabrook, LLP. He is admitted to practice law in the state of New York and is a certified public accountant licensed with the state of New York. Mr. Scrimale was also issued the AICPA's accredited in business valuation credential in June 2011. His practice is concentrated in the areas of business, estate, and tax planning for closely held and family owned enterprises. Mr. Scrimale is a graduate of State University of New York at Buffalo, School of Law and a graduate, summa cum laude, of LeMoyne College with a B.S. degree in accounting.
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