• WHAT DO WE DO ABOUT THE SBA EIDL LOAN WHEN SELLING OUR BUSINESS?

    WHAT DO WE DO ABOUT THE SBA EIDL LOAN WHEN SELLING OUR BUSINESS?

    According to the SBA, any business that took out an Economic Injury Disaster Relief loan (“EIDL Loan”) in excess of $25,000.00 and wishes to sell or transfer ownership of the business through a merger, stock sale, or asset sale will require SBA approval.  During the initial phase of funding for EIDL loans over $25,000.00 the SBA required a security interest in the assets of the business, but no personal guaran...

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  • Finding YOUR Yellow Tux

    Finding YOUR Yellow Tux

    By Melissa S. Miller Over the past few weeks, I have had the pleasure of reading two fantastic books – Find Your Yellow Tux by Jesse Cole and The High 5 Habit by Mel Robbins for The Miller Law Firm, P.A.’s YouTube channel.  The first book is about creative management; the second book is about self-encouragement and care. As I sat down to write this blog (a space we typically reserve for an in-depth e...

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  • The A.L.E. Project – Oops…I Did it Again

    The A.L.E. Project – Oops…I Did it Again

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOFlb4lJa78 By Melissa Miller, Esq. The A.L.E. Project- Art, Law, and Entertainment with Toxic Takes on the Britney Spears Conservatorship.

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  • Divorce Diaries: The Opposite of Love By Tawnya Queen

    Divorce Diaries: The Opposite of Love By Tawnya Queen

    The best question I ever heard Brian Miller, Esq. ask was, “What is the opposite of ‘love’?”  I, like most people, said, “Hate.” Mr. Miller goes on to point out, “’Love’ is a passionate emotion.  ‘Hate’ is a passionate emotion.  The opposite of passionate emotion is ‘apathy’ or the absence of emotion.  So really, the opposite of ‘love’ is ‘apathy.’”  ...

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  • PANDEMIC SOLUTIONS FOR SMALL BUSINESSES By Brian R. Miller

    PANDEMIC SOLUTIONS FOR SMALL BUSINESSES By Brian R. Miller

    Many of us who own and run small businesses over the past year, whether professional services businesses, restaurants, shops, theaters, or any business relying on interactions with the general-public, have spent hours awake at night terrified about what comes next with COVID.  While larger companies have easily transitioned to online platforms, part of the charm of small businesses is the ability and willingne...

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  • Why Every Human Being Should Watch Ted Lasso Right Now

    Why Every Human Being Should Watch Ted Lasso Right Now

    • November 18th, 2021
    • News

    https://youtu.be/BkOp9DoJCR4 Three great reasons to watch Ted Lasso right now, plus a preview of our next segment -- The Yellow Book Challenge, which will be a review of two inspiring books -- "Find Your Yellow Tux"" (by Jesse Cole) and "The High Five Habit" (by Mel Robbins)

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  • The Necessity of Being Compassionate in Family Law: Putting Yourself in Someone Else’s Shoes

    The Necessity of Being Compassionate in Family Law: Putting Yourself in Someone Else’s Shoes

    By: Miranda Gatlin Compassion is defined as the emotional response to another’s pain or suffering, including an authentic desire to help. Empathy is the feeling and understanding component (i.e., detecting and mirroring another’s emotions and experiencing their feelings); because compassion involves taking action, empathy is necessary to motivate acts of compassion. Research suggests that compassion is somet...

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