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CHOOSING THE RIGHT ATTORNEY

By Robert B. Rosenstein Attorneys, like doctors, receive a license to practice their profession by the governing agency which oversees their performance of the duties. In the State of California, the California State Bar issues a license to an attorney to practice law under the direction of the California Supreme Court. This license is issued […]

A WRITTEN CONTRACT WILL PROTECT YOU

By Robert B. Rosenstein In litigation, the opposing parties continue to ask the Judge to determine “what is the agreement of the parties?” In business and in personal dealings, many individuals believe that a handshake or oral promises suffice; they learn too late that this is not the case. Individuals and companies need to have […]

WHAT IF I GET SUED?

By Robert B. Rosenstein No matter how sophisticated a Client may be, there is always a sense of concern and fear upon learning that litigation has been filed against them. Knowledge of a lawsuit comes when a Summons and Complaint are served. Irrespective of size, odds are that every business will someday be sued. Remember, […]

THE NEED TO CONSIDER DOING IT IS NOW!

By Robert B. Rosenstein This is a different article for me to write. This article is not intended to be the complete authority relating to bankruptcy, nor is it intended to provide direct advice to all of the readers. The reason I am writing this article is because it is important for each company and […]

BUSINESS OPERATING IN CALIFORNIA SHOULD INCORPORATE HERE, NOT IN NEVADA

By Robert B. Rosenstein Each and every month, several readers and clients ask me the following question: “Is it true that incorporating in Nevada is best?” This question is prompted by the various ads on radio and in newspapers about the “benefits” of incorporating in Nevada. It is time to put these false and misleading […]

EVERY BUSINESS OPERATOR NEEDS A GOOD BUSINESS ATTORNEY

By Robert B. Rosenstein Given the complexities of business and daily involvement with the legal system, every business operator should establish a relationship with an attorney. I do not mean that every business owner should have an attorney on retainer, but every business operator should know of an attorney who they can call upon if […]

IS A LIVING TRUST REALLY NECESSARY?

By Robert B. Rosenstein Everyday on the radio there is an ad for the preparation of a living trust and telling the listeners that they should create such a document. The issue that I would like to discuss in this article is the appropriateness of a living trust. A living trust is a form of […]

PROTECTING PERSONAL ASSETS FROM BUSINESS CREDITORS

By Robert B. Rosenstein Asset protection involves taking steps to assure that property that is owned by an individual is protected to the extent allowable by law from potential creditors. An individual who owns a business must takes steps early on to protect their personal assets, as such steps only provide protection on a go […]

WHAT IS A “LEGAL CHECK UP”?

By Robert B. Rosenstein During the past year and a half that I have been writing this column, I have suggested several times that business operators and owners meet with a lawyer to perform a “legal check up” of their business operations. Several people have contacted me and asked that I explain what I mean […]

WHEN THERE IS A WILL (OR A TRUST), THERE IS PEACE OF MIND

By Robert B. Rosenstein It takes years of hard work to build a successful business and once created, most business operators can see themselves at the helm, directing operations for years to come. Unfortunately, most business operators do not plan for the unwanted event of death due to accident or the passage of time (old […]

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