-Ideally, partnership agreements are reviewed at set times, such as annually or bi-annually, as defined in the original agreement. There are also other events that meant it’s time review the partnership agreements and the business attorneys from San Luis Obispo’s Toews Law Group, Inc. have recently released some tips to help business partners conduct productive… Continue Reading San Luis Obispo Attorneys Release the Report ‘Is it Time to Review Your Partnership Agreement?’
The San Luis Obispo business attorneys from Toews Law Group, Inc. have extensive experience with helping new and established businesses navigate a variety of business issues. There can come a time when a business needs to raise extra capital. Those times can include: Start-up funding Capital for expansion such as acquiring new equipment, growing a… Continue Reading Raising capital with the least risk
Charities and other nonprofits face an ongoing job of raising funds to finance their mission and operations. The more potential donors an organization reaches, the more potential there is for meeting the budget and raising money for special projects. Fundraising is hard work, sending solicitation letters, planning and staging fundraising events, keeping in touch with… Continue Reading San Luis Obispo attorneys for nonprofits summarize the pros and cons of using professional fundraisers for your nonprofit
Corporations offer limited liability protection, so shareholders (owners) are typically not personally responsible for business debts and liabilities. This is true whether it is taxed as a C corporation or an S corporation. Deciding between an S or a C corporation is not always a simple matter. The San Luis Obispo corporate law attorneys from… Continue Reading San Luis Obispo corporate law attorney explains the differences between S and C corporations?
At some point, when starting a new business, you need to decide on a business structure, or an entity type. The key considerations are which structure is going to give your business the best legal protection and the best tax benefits. The two most common legal entities are a corporation and a Limited Liability Corporation… Continue Reading What are the differences between a corporation and an LLC?
Business can be interrupted for any reason from a temporary power outage from a storm, to major damage by a natural disaster, an economic downturn or, as in recent months, a pandemic. As a rule, business interruptions are unexpected but some can be predicted. Economic downturns can often be predicted and living in earthquake country… Continue Reading Advantages of a business continuation plan
Whether your Advanced Health Care Directive (AHCD—also known as a “living will”) is part of your estate plan or a the only estate planning document you have in place, it needs to be reviewed on a regular basis. The estate planning and trust attorneys at San Luis Obispo’s Toews Law Group, Inc., recommend reviewing your… Continue Reading How often should you review your Advanced Health Care Directive?
A well written agreement between you and your business partners is critical in protecting your business, yourself and your family, and your partners and their families. The business and tax attorneys at San Luis Obispo’s Toews Law Group, Inc. have vast knowledge and experience in drafting well written partnership agreements. No matter how much you… Continue Reading What to include in a partnership agreement
Are you thinking about selling your business? It does not happen overnight and the first thing you must do is discuss the steps required in embarking on this transition. It may take time to sell so don’t start packing your suitcases for that tropical island just yet. Toews Law Group, Inc., the business and tax… Continue Reading Making the best preparations for selling your business
Success runs on ideas that you have worked hard to turn into reality. Most entrepreneurs are driven by ideas for making business better, and often come up with ideas for a new service or product that is completely different from their current business. Fortunately, there’s no limit on the number of business ventures you can… Continue Reading San Luis Obispo business attorney answers ‘What is the best structure for multiple businesses?’