Rob Engler discusses a number of things to keep in mind if you have been appointed counsel, and he clears up a few misconceptions about the topic.
Rob Engler gives a brief overview of temporary custody orders and illustrates several misconceptions about making changes to them.
Justin Hockenberry discusses different laws that dictate punishment for tree damage, how neighbors might settle disputes with regard to trees near property lines, and other topics.
Cambridge Law partner, Jennifer Plumb was a guest on the KSOM Morning Show today to review probate asset distribution and several new law updates that affect how different sized estates are treated.
Jennifer Plumb discusses several questions she has received recently about the Iowa Physician Orders for Scope of Treatment (IPOST) form, whether it is required, and how it is used.
Jennifer Plumb discusses Governor Kim Reynolds’s recent signing of sweeping Iowa tax reform legislation and the Iowa Department of Revenue’s updated changes on its website. The changes were meant to simplify Iowa’s complicated tax code.
Justin Hockenberry talks about residential landlord and tenant law, including common situations involving rental property that are straightforward, as well as other areas that may cause friction and/or misunderstanding.
Jennifer Plumb discusses non-refundable Iowa tax credits. This week’s topic is the Endow Iowa credit that encourages new investments to existing community foundations across the state.
Jennifer Plumb discusses some of the requirements that come into play when filing for Iowa’s emergency responder tax credit.
Jennifer Plumb joined the KSOM Morning Show today to discuss a new Iowa tax provision that allows filers to open a savings account for future first time home buyers.