Contracts are like business people. Some work smart and deliver; others are doomed to fail from the start because they lack that certain essential element. So, what makes a good contract? Aside from legally trained professionals and the certifiably insane, few decent folk take the time to contemplate this question. But if such decent folk … read more
Don’t Let A Credit Error Prevent You From Living Your Life!
If you think of capitalism as a building, a towering, modern skyscraper, hundreds of feet of sheer cliff of steel and glass and human ingenuity and corruption straight into the air, all the good and the bad and everything in between, then credit is the load bearing beams within it. The life and blood of … read more
A Year in Review – 2012. Part 1.
The year 2012 had a slow start. Somewhere along the way, however, a certain realization became a catalyst to remarkable growth at the law firm of Grigaltchik & Galustov, P.A.: that we, as humans, create boundaries to our personal success by believing that certain goals are unachievable, or by believing others when they tell us … read more
Obamacare and You
To the great surprise of millions of Americans and much to my chagrin, Gary Johnson failed to win the Presidency this November. If conservative pundits are to be believed, President Obama is likely to attempt kill us all in the next four years and that we have no choice but to flee to a paradise … read more
The LLC Advantage: Train Track
An LLC (Limited Liability Company), like a powerful locomotive, iron-clad and spitting steam, launches full-speed ahead. Its iron sides protect you from its creditors. Its smooth controls allow you to choose the method of taxation best for you. You are at the helm; your partner is shoveling coals in the back. But you are still … read more