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Jennifer Kiesewetter, J.D.

Freelance writer

Jennifer Kiesewetter has worked in private practice for 19 years as an employee benefits attorney where she focuses on employee benefits, retirement plans, health plans, compliance and human resources issues. She also has over over 10 years of experience in magazine, newspaper, trade publication, and blog writing.

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An owner can participate in the management of C corporation. However, the company must follow specific steps for this to happen.

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What Happens if You Are Separated for 14 Years but Never Got Legally Divorced?

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Do Guardianship Papers Overrule Custody?

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How to Create a Special Needs Trust With an Inheritance

A special needs trust is a legal document that prepared for the care of a disabled person under the age of 65. You can create a special needs trust…

Rights of the Beneficiary of an Irrevocable Family Trust

As a beneficiary of an irrevocable family trust, you have specific rights under state laws. These rights include the right to payment, information,…