Claimed Lawyer ProfileQ&AResponsive Law
- Legal Malpractice
- Business Law
Additional Practice Area
- Civil Litigation
I do not charge to get to know each other, and to familiarize myself with your case, in order to decide whether I can benefit you. However, I do not give free legal advice, nor will I provide you, free of charge, with your roadmap to the best result.
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I accept contingent fees if I am certain I can obtain and collect on a judgment. In some cases I accept a hybrid contingency. For example, I would accept one half my usual retainer; I would accept a fee at one half my hourly rate, and a contingency fee of one half my usual percentage.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- 2nd Circuit
- 6th Circuit
- 7th Circuit
- 8th Circuit
- 9th Circuit
- 11th Circuit
- Federal Circuit
- Supreme Court of Nevada
- U.S. Supreme Court
- United States Tax Court
- California St Univ Long Beach
- Undergraduate Degree
- Southwestern Univ School of Law
- Law Degree
- California State Bar  # 69814
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- Public Speaker for more than 25 years
32 Questions Answered
- Q. In a California UD case set for trial. what happens if a motion for summary judgement fails
- A: Unless there are undisclosed facts and/or issues, the matter will simply proceed to trial.
- Q. I already have my LLC registered in Nevada. Do I still need to use the agents or have an agent to renew the LLC.
- A: All states I am aware of, require a registered agent, to receive official process, like lawsuits, but there are few formalities. A registered agent need only be an adult resident of Nevada. If you live in Nevada, you can be your own resident agent, or you can have a friend act. Moreover, you can renew your own company, but if you must hire a registered agent, anyway, you may as well let them renew.
- Q. Filing State taxes with Franchise tax board when annual taxes have not been paid for LLC?
- A: I am not advising you not to pay your annual minimum tax, or not to dissolve your LLC; only what will happen if you don't. If set up properly, the minimum tax is assessed against the LLC, not you. If it is not paid, the LLC will be suspended. If you do not dissolve the LLC and do not pay the fees, it will be suspended. You may receive some scary, threatening letters, but that is all. If in the future you want to revive your LLC, you can do so by paying the back taxes and penalties, unless someone else has taken the name. If the LLC did no business and had no income, I can't imagine why you would mention the LLC on either your 1040 or 540.
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