Changes in life may also require changes to trusts. For example, when couples marry or divorce, they may wish to change their distributions so that their spouse or ex-spouse is or is not a beneficiary.  Making changes to a trust so that a court can enforce such modifications requires that the proper legal process is followed.  
Changes to Trusts:

A Hong-Kong based company has filed a motion to dismiss an employment discrimination lawsuit based on unequal pay. Turkish employees allege that Imperial Pacific Casino paid them less than their Taiwanese counterparts under company policies.
In Genc et al. v. Imperial Pacific International (CNMI) LLC et al., case number 1:22-cv-00002, which is pending before the U.S. District Court for

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Lindsey Markus discuss:

  • Putting yourself out there to build your brand, network, and show yourself as an authority in your space. 
  • Adding value through connections. 
  • Why Lindsey created a publication house to publish her book. 
  • Overcoming challenges of business development as a woman. 

Key Takeaways:

  • Just say yes. Be willing to meet with

Getting your business loan can be an exciting step in the growth of your business. Recording your loan properly in your accounting system usually requires special handling by your accountant. Your loan statement will provide the information you need to get it booked properly.
You’ll need the following pieces of information about your loan:

  • Total amount borrowed
  • Date of loan

As you age, your financial situation may change and you may have to make a decision that can be tough. But it can also be a relief to take a step back from the pressures of financial tasks so you can live with less stress. While no senior wants to lose their independence, it’s okay to get help especially when

135 Wealth Beyond Your Startups with Marcel Pfister Marcel is Wealth Advisor at Farther, where he advises startup founders and early-stage employees on holistic wealth management solutions. He enjoys being part of his clients’ wealth-creation journey, from starting a business to navigating a potential exit, as well as strategizing the best and most efficient ways …
135 Wealth Beyond Your

A federal judge has denied a motion for a preliminary injunction by the Roosevelt Hotel, which sought to avoid paying its laid-off workers while challenging a law requiring them to do so. The ruling came in the case of RHC Operating LLC v. City Of New York et al., case number 1:21-cv-09322, U.S. District Court for the Southern District