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New Name, Same Great Team

January 13, 2021
Nathan Jones Law is now Jones & Ueligger Law. On January 13, 2021, we officially have ...

What is Estate Planning?

October 7, 2020
It’s time to do some late spring cleaning that you’ve been putting off for months. That’s right, ...

Choosing Your Power of Attorney

September 23, 2020
Have you ever heard the term “power of attorney,” but questioned what it meant or what the ...

The Seasonality of Family Law

September 21, 2020
Just like when you garden in the spring and decorate your family’s Christmas tree in the winter, ...

Top Business Attorney

July 13, 2018

We’re proud to announce that Nathan Jones was named top business attorney in Columbia, Missouri, by the Columbia Business Times! Over the last seven years, Nathan has helped hundreds of Columbia business owners start, buy, sell, and plan for the future of their businesses. Columbia business lawyer Nathan Jones has an undergrad degree in finance,…read more

Pick website images that won’t get you sued

January 7, 2018

We all know that websites, blogs and social media posts look much better (and often receive better treatment by search engines) when you include images. We’ve all been there: you’ve just written a great Facebook post and now all you need is the perfect picture to go with it. Or you’re updating your website and…read more

Lessons from the Founder of Five Guys

June 22, 2017

I’m a big believer in podcasts. I listen to them pretty much whenever I’m in the car alone. Even on a quick errand, listening to a few minutes of a good podcast is a great use of the downtime. One of my favorites is called “How I Built This” by NPR. Recently the host interviewed Jerry…read more

What is Bootstrapping?

January 30, 2017

What is bootstrapping? And should you do it? Bootstrapping is a term used by entrepreneurs that means they are starting and running their business with little money (called “capital” to those in the biz). Sometimes the bootstrapper means they are trying to use only personal funds and no outside funds. Other times, the business owner…read more

Do you need a buy/sell agreement?

If you are asking this question, the answer is almost certainly YES. So, let’s start with “what is a buy-sell agreement?” In short, a buy-sell is an agreement between you and the other owner(s) of your business that lays out what would happen if you or another owner no longer wants to or no longer…read more

When is the best time to start a business?

When is the best time to start a business? When should you take the plunge, so to speak? The short (and annoying answer) is of course, when you’re ready. But being “ready” is different for everyone. Here are a few things to consider: Replacing your income. Most budding entrepreneurs already have a job. Are you dependent on…read more

Do you want to play Inheritance Roulette?

January 29, 2017

This is the first post in a series about family scenarios and situations that place someone in a “higher need” category to get their planning done. Nearly everyone needs to have some kind of estate planning (perhaps a simple will and powers of attorney, for example) in place, but some people absolutely MUST get good…read more