Information on AB-60 Driver’s Licenses for Undocumented

Information on AB-60 Driver’s Licenses for Undocumented

AB-60 began permitting undocumented California residents to apply for and obtain a California driver's licenses. Many have already scheduled an appointment with the DMV in order to obtain a driver's license and a considerable amount of information regarding AB-60 exists, including websites that explain the process of obtaining a license, the documents necessary to apply, and practical tips when applying. The…
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Bankruptcy with Immigration Green Card

Bankruptcy with Immigration Green Card

Sacramento Bankruptcy with Immigration Green Card The United States is estimated to have more than 13,000,000 legal permanent residents. Legal permanent residents may be financially struggling like any other United States citizen. Is a legal permanent resident eligible to file bankruptcy? A legal permanent resident may file bankruptcy. Anyone living in the United States with assets and liabilities may file bankruptcy; however,…
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Dissolving an LLC

Dissolving an LLC

Dissolving an LLC Unfortunately, businesses fail and owners separate. Doors close for a variety of reasons. Once the doors close, owners should be mindful to dissolve the LLC.  Failure to dissolve the LLC could result in accumulating franchise tax board fees of $800 per year.  That will add up quickly.  Dissolving an LLC is the official way of shutting down a business with the Secretary…
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Protecting Trade Secrets

Protecting Trade Secrets

Sacramento Business Lawyers on Protecting Trade Secrets Trade secrets can be the lifeblood of businesses.  As trade secrets become more vital to the operations of a business, so does the necessity of actively protecting those trade secrets. Contact Sacramento's Business Lawyers Trade secrets are the lifeblood of businesses.  Business must take adequate measures to keep the information secret.  Obtaining legal protection for trade secrets depend…
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3-Year DACA Approvals Begin

3-Year DACA Approvals Begin

3-Year DACA Approvals Begin! On November 20, 2014, President Obama announced that Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals would be approved for 3 years at a time (this includes new and renewal applications, even those pending a decision as of the date of the announcement). Carson & Kyung, A Law Corporation began receiving approvals after November 20th that were granted for 3…
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Statute of Frauds AB2136

AB2136 - Statute of Frauds 2014 Stats, ch 107 (AB 2136-Daly) Assemblymember Tom Daly has put forth AB2136 which will amend Business and Professions Code § 10148 and Civil Code § 1624.  These sections with red indicating deletions and blue indicating additions.  Essentially, real estate brokers are no longer required to retain electronic messages of an ephemeral nature, such as a text message…
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Top Five Deficiences in Advance Health Care Directives

Top Five Deficiences in Advance Health Care Directives

Top Five Deficiencies in Advance Health Care Directives As an estate planning attorney, I find myself often telling clients when drafting their estate plans that the advance health care directive (AHCD) is the more important than their will and trust. This is because the decisions we make in an AHCD have to do with decisions made for us while alive…
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New Deferred Action Policies

New Deferred Action Policies

 President Obama announced his executive action on immigration last week, which include his new deferred action policies Deferred Action for Parental Accountability and changes to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals that was announced in 2012. The following is a brief description of what we know about these two, DAPA and DACA, respectively, based on what USCIS has already released.…
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