Aircraft Purchase, Ownership and Operation: Protecting the Interests of a Family Business Owner – Part 1 Access to private aircraft can provide productivity and other benefits for a family-operated business and improve the quality of life for the business owner and his family. However, purchasing, owning and operating a private aircraft requires careful consideration of a number of business, legal, tax and regulatory issues. These issues make it imperative that a

Family Business Interests, Charitable Remainder Trusts and Life Insurance: Q & A with Capital Strategies GroupBradley’s Family Owned Business team asked our friends at Capital Strategies Group, Inc. to share a case illustrating how high-net-worth families involved in family businesses are using life insurance in creative ways that go beyond the standard uses for term or whole life policies. Here’s a Q & A with Preston Sartelle, Director of Business

Do You Need Directors and Officers (D&O) Insurance for a Family-Owned Business?Family business owners may assume that D&O insurance coverage is necessary only for publicly traded corporations and large, non-family owned private businesses. That is not the case. Individual directors and officers of a family owned business may be subject to many of the same types of claims as their counterparts at other businesses—claims by employees,