If you are a doctor or other type of healthcare provider, you may be interested in forming a professional corporation within the state of California that will allow you to provide medical professional services legally under the law. Understanding how to form a medical professional corporation will help you determine your next steps and ensure your legal rights are protected.
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Forming a dental or orthodontic professional corporation may actually provide many legal advantages and benefits over establishing the business as a dental partnership or a sole proprietorship. However, forming a dental and orthodontic professional corporation can be a legally complex and challenging process and requires strict compliance with both federal and state laws. Some of the main...Read More
If you are out of residency or are simply considering starting your own private medical practice, the process may seem overwhelming. You will need a solid business plan, legal counsel, funding and a way to ensure compliance with all California state, as well as federal regulations. Consider the following as you begin your own private medical practice.
You will need to choose a...Read More
A Last Will and Testament (will), trust, or any other estate planning document can be contested with litigation if a family member can prove that their loved one was unduly influenced by another person, suffered from an incapacity of some kind, or was forced under duress to change his or her will. Contesting the validity of a will can be legally challenging, but if a will was executed for any...Read More
If you are considering starting a business partnership, congratulations! Partnerships involve using everyone’s strengths and business resources in order to establish and build a profitable and successful business. These are the key steps to take when entering into a partnership to ensure that your business starts off on the right legal footing.
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If you are in the process of determining how to structure your new business legally, you may feel overwhelmed. The following is a listing of your options if you are considering establishing a Limited Liability Company (LLC).
Single Member vs. Multiple Member LLC
The obvious distinction between a single member vs. multiple-member LLC is how many owners the LLC has, the company business...Read More