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How Are Third-Party Special Needs Trusts Different From Other Trusts?

There are three basic types of special needs trusts: first-party special needs trusts, third-party special needs trusts, and pooled trusts. All three varieties of special needs trusts manage resources for a person with disabilities so that person can benefit from those resources without affecting eligibility for public benefits like Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medicaid. […]

5 Small Business Mistakes

If you’re in the process of forming a small business this year or already tending to one that is growing, then you’re most likely exposing your business to unnecessary risks by making one of the following common legal mistakes. Keep reading to see how you can best avoid any of these pitfalls. Operating as a […]

Is Your Independent Contractor a Real Employee or Common-Law Employee?

Is the person you classified as an independent contractor really an employee (or “common-law employees as the IRS calls them) instead? The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Department of Labor are cracking down on businesses that misclassify workers. Before you misclassify a worker as an independent contractor, ask yourself these 5 questions: 1. Do […]

Board of Directors in California Corporations – How to Reduce the Number or Size

In order to protect minority shareholders of a California corporation or S Corporation, the California Corporations Code limits how the size or number of directors on a corporation’s board of directors can be reduced. These limitations are found at Sections 194.5 and 212 of the Corporations Code. Scroll down for the text of these statutes. […]

Top 10 Asset Protection Guidelines for Small Business Owners

Here are 10 of the best asset protection guidelines for small business owners: It’s too late to put together an asset protection plan after you are sued; The best time to create an asset protection plan is prior to having a claim made against your business. Trying to put asset protection in place after a […]

Is Grade Retention – Repeating a Grade – Best for Your Child?

School districts sometimes propose (or insist) grade retention for your child in order to allow the child more time to develop the skills that s/he did not develop this school year or to allow the child time to mature before moving on to the next grade level. Is this an effective or appropriate course of […]

California Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act

On September 21, 2012, the California Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (the “RULLCA”) was signed into law. RULLCA will take effect on January 1, 2014 and will apply to all existing California limited liability companies (LLCs) and foreign LLCs registered with the Secretary of State as of that date. The California Revised Uniform Limited […]

Buy-Sell Agreement in California

Every business with two or more owners, whether it be a C-Corporation, S-Corporation, Limited Liability Company (LLC), or Partnership, should strongly consider having a Buy-Sell Agreement in place. A buy-sell agreement (also known as shareholder agreement or succession agreement) legally binds the business and its owners to how important future changes will affect the management […]

Special Needs Trust Fairness Act Passes Hurdle in Senate

Federal legislation called The Special Needs Trust Fairness Act is struggling to make its way through congress, but has passed a significant hurdle on its way to possible passage. On June 24, 2015, the proposed law cleared the Senate Finance Committee and will now go to the full Senate for a vote. The House version […]