Entries by Dan Baron

Business Succession – Where to Start

You’ve spent a lifetime building your business and now it’s time for retirement. So, where do you begin?  When developing your business succession plan, it’s important to consider all of your options because each will have a significant impact on your estate plan, taxes, family, and financial well-being.  Here are a few helpful tips to […]

COVID-19 Funeral Reimbursement

Did you know that you can be reimbursed for the funeral expenses of a lost loved one that passed from COVID-19? COVID-19 has affected the lives of many Americans and their families, reimbursement of funeral costs is a little way to ease the grief of losing a loved one from this pandemic. The Federal Emergency […]

Top Reasons Why You Should Avoid Probate

Whether it was a gathering for a joyous wedding or the passing of a loved one, we’ve all heard about Probate Court at some point or another. We are going to dive into what probate is and why you want to avoid it when it comes to your estate, if you have no plan. First, […]

Baron Law LLC Now Hiring Paralegals and Office Admin.

Baron Law LLC is currently hiring paralegals and office management.  Details for this position are detailed below. Hours: 20-30 per-week Pay: $20.00 – $32.00 per-hour depending on experience. Remote Workplace: Applicant would be able to work remotely most of the time while coming into the Independence office as needed. During the temporary pandemic, the office […]

COVID-19 and the Continuing Importance of Powers of Attorney

Certainty in this uncertain time is peace of mind many families are finding themselves without. The Covid-19 pandemic is highlighting harsh realities of life all of us were aware of but chose to ignore. One such reality is the importance of comprehensive and up-to-date estate planning. Many parents, grandparents, established business owners, and seasoned professionals […]

CARES Act – What Every Business Owner Should Know

The Covid-19 Economic Relief Package was approved on Monday, March 30th. This unprecedented $2 trillion dollar stimulus package may be incredibly beneficial for our clients, especially business owners.  Here are some of the more significant points you should know: Single-households that earn $75,000 or less a year (as per their latest tax return) will be […]

What is an Administrator of an Estate?

Managing the affairs and obligation of a recently departed is no easy task. That is why most people take the time to plan their estate. Estate planning, at its fundamental essence, is leaving a plan and instructions for those who survive you regarding what to do with the “stuff” you leave behind. People are living […]

Important Post Divorce Planning Steps

Ending a marriage, whether though divorce or dissolution, isn’t a simple process. It’s not like flipping a switch, one day you’re married, another day you’re not. Whether a couple was together for a relatively short period of time or set down roots together for decades, spouses separating financially, physically, and emotionally is a labor-intensive journey. […]

Security Deposits: A Practical Primer

People often have questions about things that are relevant to their jobs or lives. For landlords, a usual topic of conversation is security deposits. Previously, legal standards and procedures regarding landlords keeping security deposits was covered, but what do these rules mean in ordinary terms? The following are a few good tips for every landlord, […]