Einterz & Einterz Blog

  • 03/12/2021 - 2:06pm

    2021 ushered in a new administration in Washington, D.C. with a Democrat controlled Congress.  This may present some challenges and opportunities in estate planning.

                Restrictions on gifting.

    Presently, an individual can transfer $11,700,000 through their estate without the estate being required to pay estate or gift taxes.  For married couples that amount doubles using the stacking option for the tax exemption in the current law.  In the past, legislative initiatives have targeted this exemption...

  • 02/12/2021 - 2:33pm



    Why should I choose Einterz & Einterz?

    Einterz & Einterz prides itself on the experience of its attorneys.  We strive to provide experienced service to our clients while focusing on achieving the best possible result in a cost-effective manner. 

    Is suing someone my only option?

    Initiating a lawsuit/litigation should always be the last option when a dispute arises.  The first step after engaging an attorney is to reach...

  • 02/12/2021 - 2:10pm

    By: Courtney Einterz

    The short answer is – yes, it is always important to have an attorney review any purchase agreement you are entering into to ensure that your legal rights are protected, even if you already have a realtor involved. While your realtor will likely know the specifics of the deal, they will most likely not have the training to adequately explain or implement the legal provisions throughout the agreement. Realtors are incredibly knowledgeable and well versed in the world of real estate, but they are not legally allowed to give legal advice. It is your realtor...

  • 02/12/2021 - 2:07pm

    The world is different right now, and small business owners are feeling the changes to a much greater degree than many other sectors of society. Some problems never go away: issues with employees, suppliers, vendors, and customers will be around as long as you have your business. New issues have also appeared in the last year that are not as common – or old issues have show up in new ways. Here are a few of the biggest problems facing small business owners right now:


    1.            Financing, Funding, and Cash...

  • 07/07/2015 - 1:08pm

    By: Mike Einterz

    As of July 1, 2015, Indiana's Common Construction Wage Act was repealed by the legislature. In its place, however, there are several new requirements for contractors on an Indiana PublicWorks project. In general, the law now requires: 

    1. 15% of the Work must be self-performed by the general contractor; 

    2. Liability insurance of $1,000,000/$2,000,000

    3. PublicWorks Bidders must qualify under either I.C. 4-13.6-4 or I.C. 8-23-10

    4. Contractors must use E-Verifty and submit affidavits affirming that the company does not...