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Bittersweet Farewell to David C. Nahm

Bittersweet Farewell to David C. Nahm

Clark & Bradshaw was blessed to have David Nahm as part of our team for over 10 years.  David and his family recently moved to North Carolina to be closer to family.  We are thankful for David's contributions to our firm and wish him the best.  If you previously...

Matthew C. Sunderlin Received an “AV” Rating

Matthew C. Sunderlin Received an “AV” Rating

Clark & Bradshaw, P.C. today announced it has received notification from Martindale-Hubbell that Matthew C. Sunderlin has received a Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Rating™. He joins his law partner, Mark B. Callahan, with this prestigious rating. Mr. Sunderlin...

HELP! I’ve been appointed as an Executor of a Will, What do I do?

HELP! I’ve been appointed as an Executor of a Will, What do I do?

by Matthew C. Sunderlin, Attorney-At-Law An executor is a position created in a Last Will and Testament who has the responsibility to protect assets, pay all debts including taxes, and transfer the remaining assets to the beneficiaries. The probate process has many...

Using “Opportunity Zones” to Defer Capital Gains

Using “Opportunity Zones” to Defer Capital Gains

“Opportunity Zones” provide a unique vehicle to defer realized capital gains on the sale of stock or other investments. The Opportunity Zone structure is very simple to implement and report and allows for deferral of realized capital gains invested through an...

How to Title Real Estate Owned by More than One Person

How to Title Real Estate Owned by More than One Person

People who co-own real estate have a number of options for titling the property, with each option having a different impact on how the ownership of the property is handled, in particular in the event of the death of one of the owners. What is the Title? When a person...