It has been weeks since Hurricane Maria swept through the U.S. Virgin Islands, causing catastrophic damage to the Territory’s buildings and infrastructure. However, the Territory still finds itself in great need of federal assistance.

In mid-October, a group of Democratic lawmakers sought tax relief for both Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, which were

While much attention has been paid to the losses of homeowners and business owners after Hurricanes Irma and Maria hit the U.S. Virgin Islands (and rightfully so), there are thousands of renters who have suffered considerable losses, as well. There are many ways for property owners to seek various forms of financial assistance, but what

Recent Category 5 storms Irma and Maria ripped through the U.S. Virgin Islands delivering a catastrophic one-two punch unlike the Territory has ever experienced, leaving the islands and its residents decimated and in disarray.  Many of those affected have lost everything and will be facing a grueling recovery process as they attempt to begin again.

U.S. Virgin Islands residents affected by recent back-to-back Category 5 Hurricanes Irma and Maria have already absorbed a crippling blow in the form of damaged homes, lost roofs and possessions, and significant interruptions in business and employment. As if this isn’t enough, Virgin Islanders now face another growing concern: repair scams.

Insurance and repair scams

A durable power of attorney is one of the simplest and most reliable ways to allow someone else to manage your finances if you are incapacitated and unable to act on your own accord. If you do not arrange for durable power of attorney, it’s likely your family will have to go to court to

One of the main reasons business owners decide to form a company in the structure of a limited liability company (LLC) or corporation is so they can avoid personal liability for business debts, if the business is unable to meet its obligations. However, there are situations in which courts will hold the owners, members or