IndividualS & FAMILIES
The coronavirus is impacting families and individuals in addition to businesses. KJK’s Private Client Services team is watching developments nationwide to ensure that individuals are kept informed about their rights and how they can protect their families during these unprecedented times.
Release and At-Home Options for Federally Incarcerated Individuals and Their Families During COVID-19
By Susan Stone, Kristina Supler & Melissa Yasinow The COVID-19 pandemic is a dangerous time for the 175,000 incarcerated individuals in the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) and the thousands of people who move in and out of federal prisons every day. Incarcerated...
By Susan Stone, Justine Lara Konicki & Melissa Yasinow The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) has significant implications for the 45 million Americans with student loan debt and their employers. With Americans saddled with $1.6...
By David Posteraro Each day is new; nothing is normal. With offices shut, employees and contractors working remotely and others furloughed or laid off, we advise companies take immediate steps to protect their valuable data, inventions, content and intellectual...
By Susan Stone, Kristina Supler & Melissa Yasinow As COVID-19 spreads across the United States, families with school and college-age children are feeling the impact. All colleges have restructured their schedules for distance learning, and it is unclear when, or...
By Demetrius Robinson & Kyle Stroup The historic Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, otherwise known as the CARES Act, contains many tax provisions that affect businesses of all sizes as well as individuals. These provisions are geared toward...
By Susan Stone, Kristina Supler & Melissa Yasinow With campuses shuttered across the country, students are stuck completing their spring semesters through online distance learning with Zoom or other video conferencing technology. Even with the best professors,...
Understandably in this uncertain and turbulent time, it may not be feasible to do all the intricate estate and tax planning you hope to accomplish, however, it is possible to take the first step to get some basic planning done to give you and your family peace of mind. The following is a list of “bare bones” key estate planning documents you should have in place.
By Alexis Preskar and Demetrius Robinson Governor Mike DeWine has signed into law an emergency bill to provide various relief to Ohioans amid COVID-19. “We believe this legislation will help state and local leaders manage through this global pandemic,” said House...
On March 24, 2020, the Department of Labor (DOL) issued initial guidance concerning the recently enacted Families First Coronavirus Response Act (the “Act”). It answers many questions employers may now face in light of the Act’s various provisions. As the DOL continues to receive feedback from the pubic regarding the Act, additional guidance is expected within the week.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) provides for a $2 trillion economic stimulus package designed to mitigate the harm caused to Americans and businesses by the coronavirus pandemic. The bill is the largest stimulus package in U.S. history. It is also the third Congressional action taken this month in response to the pandemic. The U.S. Senate unanimously passed the CARES Act Wednesday. The House is expected to vote to approve the CARES Act Friday morning and President Trump has indicated that he will sign it immediately.
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