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Here at JPink Law, we take pride in helping others find their way through the difficulties of California Law. This blog is written to help you to keep up with the always changing business and estate planning laws here in California.
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Incorporating a business can provide several benefits, including: Limited liability: Incorporating a business limits the personal liability of the owners, also known as shareholders, for the company’s debts and legal issues. Tax advantages: Incorporation can provide tax benefits, such as the ability to deduct business expenses and potentially lower tax rates on business income. Increased
A new law corporation name must be distinguishable from an existing name. You can search existing corporate names here: https://bizfileonline.sos.ca.gov/search/business The name cannot mislead the Public such as by creating a false implication of government affiliation. Basically, don’t use: “Agency,” “Commission,” “Department,” “Bureau,” “Division,” “Municipal” or “Board” in any name you pick. You must add a “Business
There is an interesting provision in the California probate code that is the remains of a bygone era. A holographic will or often called a ‘battlefield will’ is a legally binding document entirely in your own handwriting – no witnesses, no notaries! This type of Will is commonly used as a stop-gap or the best
A new corporate name must be distinguishable from an existing name. You can search existing corporate names here: https://businesssearch.sos.ca.gov/ The name cannot mislead the Public such as by creating a false implication of government affiliation. Basically, don’t use: “Agency,” “Commission,” “Department,” “Bureau,” “Division,” “Municipal” or “Board” in any name you pick. You must add a “Business entity
The County Recorder Protecting property ownership has been a public concern throughout the years. Because of this, the position of the County Recorder was born. This public official handles land transactions. The Official Record is where they keep these transactions. It serves as a permanent record that the public may access to assure transparency. This
Inheritance in Jewish Law Under Jewish law, the first-born son receives a double share of his parents’ property. As stated in Deuteronomy 21:17: But he shall acknowledge the first-born … by giving him a double portion of all that he hath; for he is the first-fruits of his strength, the right of the first-born is
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