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
A family foundation, also known as a private family foundation, is a type of private foundation that is set up by a family, funded with family assets, and usually has family members on the Board of Directors. Family members also participate in the foundation’s charitable grantmaking. In California, a foundation is set up either as… Continue Reading Setting up a family foundation
Even with a will, certain assets might be subject to probate in California. Consulting with an attorney is the best way to be assured that your wishes are carried out and that your heirs avoid the processes and delays associated with probate. The San Luis Obispo attorneys at Toews Law Group, Inc. can help make… Continue Reading Assets that may be subject to probate in California
A Power of Attorney (POA) is a legal document authorizing someone to act on your behalf in legal matters. Giving someone, even limited power, over any segment of your life is an important action and should not to be taken lightly. The San Luis Obispo attorneys at Toews Law Group, Inc. believe that the more… Continue Reading What is ‘Power of Attorney’ and why is it important?
There are two ways in which a deceased person’s estate is addressed in California: The terms set forth in a will Probate court if there is no will, the will contains errors, or the will is contested Probate is the legal process during which the court distributes assets according to the terms of the will… Continue Reading What everyone needs to know about California probate laws
–Litigation can happen for a wide variety of reasons, whether a business owner feels the need to sue over an unresolved business matter, or the business is being sued. The San Luis Obispo corporate law attorneys from Toews Law Group, Inc. have prepared a list of important considerations that might help resolve business conflicts and… Continue Reading San Luis Obispo Corporate Law Attorneys, Toews Law Group, Inc., Releases The Report About The Top Considerations Before Filing A Lawsuit
–Avoiding bankruptcy requires strong fundamental business planning and practices especially at the beginning to establish a strong business foundation. The business attorneys from San Luis Obispo’s Toews Law Group, Inc., have prepared a list of tips to help business owners avoid some of the leading pitfalls that can lead to bankruptcy. The top mistakes that… Continue Reading San Luis Obispo Business Attorneys from Toews Law Group, Inc. Release Tips To Help Avoid Bankruptcy
Although a handshake remains a gesture of good faith about an agreement or a promise, not formalizing such an agreement in writing may become a huge mistake. Handshake agreements often lend themselves to uncertainty and misunderstanding. What one person may remember the terms of an agreement to be another may remember differently. The San Luis… Continue Reading San Luis Obispo Attorneys From Toews Law Group, Inc. Release The Report, ‘Why A Contract Is Better Than A Handshake’