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Orange County Attorney
emma08482 9 days ago
- 1 + Successfully operating a small business in California requires a great deal of legal support. From negotiating partner or vendor agreements to protecting your trademarks and intellectual property, having an attorney by your side is the best way to ensure your business is truly positioned for prime and lasting growth.

Likewise, on the start-up side, many entrepreneurs often wonder:

How do I incorporate?

Is a California LLC right for me?

What’s the difference between an LLC and an S-Corp?

Which business entity is right for my small business or startup?

How can I save money in taxes?

Are the people that work for me employees or Independent Contractors?

Unfortunately, many entrepreneurs do not consult with a lawyer about difficult decisions such as these and ultimately choose the wrong entity with the least favorable tax benefits as a result.
Elder Law Asset Protection
emma08482 9 days ago
- 1 + The California asset protection attorneys at the Asset Protection & Elder Law Center can use a variety of tools and strategies to protect your assets for the enjoyment of you and your spouse today, as well as the inheritances you hope to pass on to your loved ones tomorrow. Contact us today to discuss your specific asset protection needs.
California Estate Planning Lawyer
emma08482 9 days ago
- 1 + More lawsuits are filed in the United States each and every year than in the rest of the world combined. Many of these lawsuits may seem frivolous, but you can never be sure of what a judge or jury will decide. This is why every estate plan needs a comprehensive asset protection component.

What should your plan help you accomplish? For starters, it must protect you and your spouse from lawsuits, financial predators and creditors while you are alive and well. Your plan should also protect the inheritances of your children against similar threats after you and your spouse have passed away. You children may need protection in the event of divorce and/or remarriage. Your grandchildren’s inheritances might need protection if your child passes away and your son-in-law or daughter-in-law remarries. Your children might even need protection against making poor decisions if they are not yet mature enough to manage an inheritance on their own.