Asset Protection for Your Personal Finances During and After Divorce


In Family law matters, creditors are an important consideration. With more than 20 years' experience with business law, I have significant experience with startups and business formation and counseling. At my firm, we counsel corporate clients in a number of fields and have helped numerous businesses plan and start new enterprises. Asset protection is important to deal with creditors, attachment due to business, as opposed to personal liabilities, and other factors, such as tax planning or transfer of wealth upon death.  We assist clients in the following areas:

YOU MUST NOT DISTURB A CREDITOR WHO HAS ALREADY PERFECTED A CLAIM.  IF YOUR ASSETS HAVE BEEN ATTACHED, YOU CANNOT  TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ANY OF THESE SERVICES.  THAT WOULD BE ILLEGAL AND YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO CONSIDER THESE ISSUES PRIOR TO MARRIAGE OR HAVING CHILDREN IF YOU ARE NOT MARRIED.


For years, my firm has counseled clients on the selection of business entities, drafting prospectuses and assisting with business plans and operations. We advise on employee and independent contractor issues, licensing, permits and all related business management issues. Let our 20 years of corporate knowledge help you through starting a business. We can help with contracts, transactions and business litigation matters in California.


Plan Now before your assets are at risk

  

With business savvy, you are no doubt well-informed with corporate and business law. However, there is no substitute for a family lawyer with unique business law experience on your side to help protect you from making costly mistakes.Call 310-246-3900 or send an email to Bradley@sandlerlawfirm.com to  schedule a meeting at my Beverly Hills Law Office. 

Asset Protection Starts with a Plan

At my firm, we counsel family and corporate clients in a number of fields and have helped numerous businesses plan and start new enterprises. Asset protection is important to deal with creditors, attachment due to business, as opposed to personal liabilities, and other factors, such as tax planning