Safeguards Against Business Bankruptcies in a Post-COVID World

The COVID pandemic has changed the ways that people do business. Business owners today need new strategies to survive and thrive in a post-COVID world. Part of thriving is having a concrete plan to avoid bankruptcy. Our Las Vegas bankruptcy lawyers have 16 tips for safeguarding your business from bankruptcies in a post-COVID world. 1. …

Divorce Rates During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has been hard on everyone. Many people found themselves suddenly unemployed and unable to make ends meet. Schools have shuttered, and plans have changed. Unfortunately, the sudden upheaval has left married couples in challenging positions at times. Many may be wondering how COVID has impacted the divorce rate. The answer may surprise …

National Rifle Associate (NRA) Declares Bankruptcy and Plans to Incorporate in Texas

Texas flag (U.S. state) Gun Control USA. United States Gun Laws.With more than 5 million members, the National Rifle Association (NRA) commands a presence wherever it goes. Founded in 1871 in New York, the organization seeks to improve marksmanship skills and defend gun ownership rights. However, the NRA may soon be carrying out its mission …

Boring Company Poised To Expand on Bankrupted Las Vegas Monorail

The Las Vegas Monorail closed its doors for months when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, but it’s finally getting a fresh start. The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) purchased the Monorail in December 2020. Now, there are big plans to expand services with the help of the Boring Company and its founder, Elon Musk. …

How to File For Bankruptcy Without An Attorney

Most people use an attorney to file for bankruptcy. However, if you’re determined to go it alone, you need to make sure that you get it right. Here’s how to file for bankruptcy without an attorney. 1. Determine What Chapter to File To file for bankruptcy without an attorney, you must start by determining what …

Your Guide to Criminal Misdemeanors in Nevada

A misdemeanor is not as serious as a felony charge. However, it can still have negative consequences if you don’t handle it the right way. An experienced attorney who handles misdemeanors can help guide you through the process and possibly avoid jail time or have the charges dismissed altogether. Here is a comprehensive guide to …

Bankruptcy For Independent Business Owners

No one hopes for a bankruptcy. The word alone often ignites feelings of anxiety and dread. However, bankruptcies are nothing to feared or be ashamed of, as they can often alleviate an extraordinary amount of stress and debt and give you hope again. Further, the stereotype of an individual “losing everything” during a bankruptcy is …

Will My COVID Stimulus Check Affect My Bankruptcy Filing?

Let’s clear up a bit of information about the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) and how that might affect your bankruptcy filing. If you, as an eligible individual, filed a single 2018 tax return, you may receive up to $1,200 or $2,400 if you filed jointly. The exact amount you receive …

The Paycheck Protection Program: Aid For Small Businesses During Coronavirus Pandemic

The United States Senator from Nevada, Jacky Rosen, has helped to pass the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) to help the nation’s small businesses who are being hit hard by the economic effects of COVID-19. This program is part of the $2 trillion stimulus package recently passed by Congress. What is the Paycheck Protection Program? The …

Families First Coronavirus Response Act

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) could change your obligations under the law if workers are still employed as of April 1, 2020. The FFCRA requires certain employers to provide their employees with paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave for specified reasons related to …