Yolofsky Law - July 2018


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As business owners, we often put important things aside while others take priority. I get it, you’re busy juggling your business, family, and everything else in between. There are never enough hours in the day to check off everything from your never-ending to-do list. Now that Summer is in full swing, yielding more hours of daylight, we challenge you to take advantage and work on those items that you pushed to the bottom of your list. Yes, it’s the perfect time to review your legal documents, assign guardians for your children, and ensure that you are not leaving your family or your business at risk! Being a hero to your business means you must do the detail work AND go back to review (and improve) some of the documents and procedures already completed. Regular improvement and innovation will keep you on top of your profession.

ADULTING 101 6 Life Skills to Teach Your Kid Before They Move Out

The day is finally here. After 18 (or so) years, your child has reached adulthood; they’re ready to spread their wings and leave the nest. Whether your kid is going to college across the country or moving into their first apartment across town, this can be a bittersweet time for families. While parents are often proud to see their children entering the “real”world on their own, it can be nerve-wracking at the same time. As parents, we constantly worry that we haven’t done enough to prepare our children for adulthood. Doesn’t it sometimes feel like we’re still learning ourselves? If you’re worried about your kid not being self-sufficient, here are the most important life skills to teach them before they leave home.

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You may not want your child living on ramen noodles and boxed macaroni and cheese for the first year after they move out. Cooking can seem intimidating at first, but let your kid know they don’t have to be a French chef to prepare decent meals for themselves. In addition to learning how to read a recipe and handle a stove, you also want to make sure your child is practicing basic kitchen safety. Find a safety checklist at thespruceeats.com/top-kitchen- safety-tips-481834 .


Everyone gets a flat tire at some point. When your child inevitably ends up stranded on the highway, you don’t want to hope the guy who stops to help them really is a good Samaritan. Changing a tire is a basic life skill that can be a lifesaver in an emergency. Make sure your kid has the necessary tools in their car at all times, and ensure that they know how to put on the

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