Owners of closely held corporations — corporations whose stock is held by only a few individuals or family members — may find many advantages to converting their corporation to a limited liability company, also known as an LLC.
I have known Ted Gudorf for 20 years and I highly recommend him. He is a passionate advocate for his clients and their needs; and is deeply dedicated to his service to his clients and the community. I have worked with Ted on a variety of community in… Read More
– Vicki Giambrone, Vice President, Marketing and External Relations, Dayton Children's, Was with another company when working with Ted at Gudorf Law Group, LLC
If you have an estate plan, when you die, the personal representative of your estate (and/or your trustee, if you have a trust) will be able to access most of your assets: your bank accounts, your investments, your real estate. But you may not have t… Read More
If you have a trust, you probably don’t think of it as having a residence. After all, it’s not a person, or even an entity; technically, a trust is a relationship between the person who created it (the grantor), the person who administers it (the… Read More