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Practice Areas

Hello, and welcome to our firm.
We focus on the needs of Consumers and Business Owners.

Real Estate Syndicates


In raising the necessary capital for any venture, a thorough knowledge of state and Federal securities law and exemptions is essential before seeking investors.

Our firm will advise you through the essential steps of adhering to Federal and State laws for your Real Estate Syndication.

We can help with 

- Subscription Agreements

- Investor Questionnaires
- Federal Requirements
- Limited Offering Exemption Requirements

- Private Placement Offering Memorandum

- Private Investment Disclosure Memorandum

Joint Venture (General Partnership)    



Business Transactions & Contracts


We advise, draft, and negotiate on behalf of our clients pursuant to business leases, purchase and sale agreements, key employee contracts, non-competition agreements, structuring and negotiating development agreements, licensing agreements, distribution agreements, contracts, and other business arrangements.

We can provide our knowledge, skills,a and talents to help with your personal or business needs in drafting, executing, and administration of important business documents, real estate documents, employment contracts, merger documents, and the transfer of intellectual property and trademarks from one entity to another.

In short, any type of transaction or series of transactions that impact the ability of the entity to function within the perimeters set by the laws of the land would be well understood by a transaction attorney.



Business & Corporate Formation 
We can assist you with:
- Overview of Entity Types and Factors to Consider
- Corporations
- Non-Profit Corporations
- Limited Liability Companies
- Partnerships
- Limited Partnerships
- Joint Ventures
- Pre-formation Planning

Special Appearances

We can provide our services and protect you for hearings brought in front of the Department of Labor and Standards Enforcement (DLSE) and the Social Security Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR).

In order to adequatley and competently protect your needs, you may want to consider having a properly trained attorney with you to represent you during the proceedings.




California’s Lemon Law

California's consumer warranty law (officially known as the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, found in California Civil Code sections 1790 et seq.) requires the manufacturer of a new motor vehicle leased or sold with a manufacturer's written warranty to repair the vehicle during the warranty period so that it conforms to the warranty. The vehicle may be a car, van, truck, or the chassis and cab portions of a motorhome, and must have been bought or used primarily for personal, family, or household purposes; or, the vehicle may have been bought or used for business and personal, family, or household purposes by a person, including a partnership, limited liability company, corporation, association, or any other legal entity, to which not more than five motor vehicles are registered in this state.

The law applies to new and used vehicles that are covered by the original manufacturer's warranty.

If the manufacturer or dealer cannot fix the vehicle to conform to the warranty within a reasonable number of repair attempts during the entire period that the warranty is in effect, the California Lemon Law requires the manufacturer to replace the vehicle or reimburse the buyer or lessee for its purchase price, whichever the consumer prefers. However, the Lemon Law does allow the manufacturer to recover a mileage offset for the consumer's use of the vehicle prior to the first repair attempt.


To learn more about California's Lemon Law, please see the next page. 

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