Many business owners in Texas are looking to expand their enterprises and their profits through mergers and acquisitions with other companies. In the third quarter of 2018, domestic mergers and acquisitions increased by over 30 percent. These transactions reached a total of $1.67 trillion throughout the year, the highest recorded value on record. Some financial experts expect that 2019 could see even more activity for business transactions.
Those who choose to buy franchises in Texas and other states generally do so to take advantage of the brand exposure it provides. However, a lawsuit against Jack in the Box filed in Los Angeles claims that the company's CEO lacks a vision for the brand. The suit was filed by the National Jack in the Box Franchisee Association, and it claims that this lack of vision is causing the company to lose market share.
If you go through the divorce process, you can expect it to alter your personal life in a number of ways. For example, it may change the way you raise your children. Just the same, it can impact your finances.
Those in Texas who are named estate executors or administrators might wonder what their duties are. An executor is responsible for paying taxes and debts, identifying assets and distributing those assets to beneficiaries. There may be other duties as well. The tasks can be daunting, but an executor is permitted to work with an attorney or other professionals if necessary.