Liability law suits! Avoidable! Partnerships, corporations, limited liability companies, family limited partnerships. Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance! ...More ››
This includes community property (acquired during the current marriage), joint tenants (equal interest), tenants in common (unequal interest) and sold "as is". ...More ››
Rule #1 is to DISCLOSE all information the bankruptcy court asks you to DISCLOSE. Includes chapters 7, 11, 13, debt reduction, foreclosure & mortgage modification...More ››
Sometimes it is possible to arrange a payment plan. Best debt settlements, however, are available if you are able to settle the entire debt in one payment....More ››
I have had numerous opportunities to work with Tony Delas at Foothill Law Group regarding an ongoing situation affecting our family trust. Tony has done an exceptional job explaining our legal options and making recommendations that were in our best interest, all without charging us exhorbitant legal fees. Tony, having experience in industry before getting his law degree, takes a conservative approach when it comes to giving legal advice, which I really appreciate.Dale W., San Jose, CA
I highly recommend Tony for anyone looking for a no-nonsense, practical attorney that won't gouge his clients with high legal fees.
Had really bad experience with "professional movers". Quoted price of 4k and when they showed up, they wanted 13k. Tony dropped what he was doing and came to my house. Kicked the shady movers out, so we could find new ones.William S., Eagle, ID
You want to sell your share of a business? How much should you receive? This is one of main areas of contests in small business arena. It’s almost as bad as dieing without any papers! You form a business entity with someone, everything is going well, and now one of you wants to or has to sell your share of the business. This typically occurs in cases of: desire to sell one’s interest, death, disability, retirement, personal bankruptcy, termination, incompetence, divorce, etc. This would be easy to answer had you executed a buy-sell agreement at the same time you entered the business arrangement! However, you’re usually too busy or short of funds at that time and just hope for the best!!!
A buy-sell agreement controls the circumstances under which an owner may sell his or her interest, who is a permitted buyer, and how will the price to be paid be determined. A buy-sell agreement benefits the business entity and its owners by:
Caution: Estate plans of individual owners must be carefully reviewed to assure that there is no conflict with the buy-sell agreement….otherwise law suits will follow. In many cases more than one attorney may need to be involved in order to avoid conflicts of interest between the parties.
This website is intended for educational and informational purposes only. The information contained on this website is not intended as a source of legal advice. You should not act upon or rely on information at this or any other website without the advice of competent counsel, especially if you reside outside the State of California, where we are not licensed to practice law and don't give advice. This information may not have been updated to reflect subsequent changes in the law, if any. Your particular facts and circumstances, and any changes in the law, must be considered to determine appropriate legal advice. Always consult with a competent attorney, licensed in your state, to discuss your particular situation. Nothing provided by this website is intended to create an attorney-client relationship. Sending e-mail to this firm or to an attorney at this firm will not create an attorney-client relationship, i.e., it does not mean that we have agreed to represent you. This website is intended for educational and informational purposes only.
Website Development by Janssen & Associates.