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Choice of Entity:  Limited Liability Company or Corporation?

Because of its classification as a partnership for tax purposes, an Limited Liability Company (“LLC’) will be the preferable form of entity for a C corporation […]


Useful Applications of Limited Liability Companies

Most practitioners believe that a corporation is an inappropriate entity to hold real property because of the potential double taxation and other tax considerations says California […]


Dissolution of a Partnership:  Liabilities and Indemnification

Partnership Agreements and the Law If dissolution is caused in any way except in violation of the partnership agreement, or if a partner has wrongfully caused […]


Debt Renegotiation:  Let The Consumer Beware!!!

Have you received a “personal and confidential” notice in the mail from the “debt resolution department” at a California law firm offering to help you restructure […]


Beware of Unlicensed California Contractors:  Rights & Liabilities

A Contractors State License Board (CSLB) sting operation conducted in San Clemente highlights the risks consumers face if they hire unlicensed contractors for home or business […]


California Protections For Homeowners and Homebuyers

California now has new laws that are supposed to protect homeowners and homebuyers from mortgage fraud. Legislation to increase protections for consumers in the lending market […]


Items to Take Into Consideration When Choosing The Proper Form of Business Entity

Types of Business Entities Businesses can operate in a variety of structures, such as a sole proprietorship, partnership, limited partnership, corporation, or limited liability company. Each […]


The Effect of the Demand for Bill of Particulars

The object of a Bill of Particulars, per California Collection Law, is to give the party demanding it reasonable notice of the items┬áconstituting the claim sued […]



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