Financial law

May 30, 2017

The Evolution of Gender Roles in Marriage

Once upon a time, young adults all aspired for the same thing – a good job, find a partner, move to the ‘burbs, start a family, get a dog … live happily ever after.  Young women seldom had a career, opting instead to marry, become a homemaker and stay home with the children.  The term “stay-at-home mom” had not even been coined yet – it was just expected of young women, that she forsake any future plans … she would […]
April 18, 2017
Retirement Planning and Divorce

Retirement Planning and Divorce

Divorce isn’t a fun topic at any age, and, it sure is not something most people anticipate as they happily stroll down the aisle while envisioning the years of marital bliss that lie ahead. Sometimes real life intervenes, and “happily ever after” isn’t always meant to be.  Things turn ugly with sharp words and accusations hurled – soon thereafter is talk of splitting up, or divorce.  Reconciliation may occur, but statistics show that only a mere 15% of all separations […]
September 10, 2015
Structure of a Private Equity Fund

The Structure of a Private Equity Fund

This guest post was written by Efraim Landa  Efraim Landa is a venture capitalist and the founder of Effi Enterprises. When talking about a private equity fund, usually they tend to be partnerships that have been formed by a PE firm.  Private equity funds can either be for general investments of businesses or they can also fund in different industries.  Most of the equity funds you see these days last around 10-13 years, which is usually an entire term, but […]