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  • 2023 Goals

New Year’s Considerations for Small Business Owners

The start of a New Year is an ideal time for small business owners to assess their company and ensure it is set up for success in the year ahead. Savvy business owners seize this time of year to make sure legal and financial affairs are in order. Here, we pose six questions to get you thinking about protecting your business and planning for the future.

December 16th, 2022|
  • Buckley Fine Team

Buckley Fine Receives “Best Law Firms” Honor for 2nd Consecutive Year

Buckley Fine was recently awarded the prestigious “Best Law Firms” designation for 2023 from U.S. News – Best Lawyers® for Trusts & Estates - Chicago. We are honored to be recognized again and credit this achievement to our dedicated attorneys and staff. The Buckley Fine team works together to provide sophisticated solutions to individuals, families and closely held businesses. Building on decades of experience in estate planning, estate and trust administration, business representation, commercial real estate, asset protection, litigation, and employment law, our attorneys comprehensively guide clients throughout their lives.

November 30th, 2022|
  • Tax Changes

Estate & Gift Tax Planning Strategies

With the new year just months away, now may be a great time to consider some year end tax planning. If you have a large estate, gifting during your lifetime can be a wise strategy to help reduce estate taxes.

October 6th, 2022|
  • Trust Plan

Settling the Final Affairs of a Loved One

After a loved one passes, it can be difficult to settle their final affairs, especially if they did not have an estate plan in place. Without a Will or Trust, the state’s default estate plan will apply and likely have to be administered through a court probate. While every estate is different, the administration can be broken down into several key steps.

August 31st, 2022|
  • Retirement Planning in a Bear Market

Preparing for Retirement in a Bear Market

As we currently face a bear market, ensure your retirement assets are properly positioned as the markets evolve. Learn how to accommodate required minimum distributions and other hurdles while protecting your savings.

July 20th, 2022|
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