According to Title 4, Division 1, Chapter 5, Rule 4.55 of the Rules of the State Bar of California (Admission Rules): A general applicant intending to seek admission to practice law in California must take the First-Year Law Students' Exa...
No, after one year you get to take the "baby bar", then you have two or three more years, depending on "day school" or "night school" to get a law degree and take the complete bar examination.See question
You really need to post more facts, more clearly.See question
I recently found out my ex husband forged my signature at the CA Dmv in order for our son to get his permit. What can I do?
It is entirely unclear what you want to do. It is wrong, but how have you or anyone else been damaged?See question
Hi there, need help with my DBA. So, I will try and make it short and simple. I wanted to use unlimited in my business name BUT I want it abbreviated as XYZ Unltd. (just an example name). So how would I go about this? I will be getting a DBA as a ...
If you were a corporation, "unlimited" would not be permitted as a mandatory part of your name indicating you are a corporation: RULE §79.34 Words of Incorporation or Organization
(a) Words of incorporation include "company," "corporation," "incorporated," and, in the case of
a foreign corporation, "limited," and their acceptable abbreviations. The acceptable abbreviations
are, respectively: "Co.," "Corp.," "Inc.," and "Ltd." The words "companies," "corporations,"
"incorporation," and "unlimited" when used alone do not satisfy the statutory requirements for
words of incorporation.
If you file a DBA for your sole proprietorship it should be exactly the name you want: 'unlimited " or "unltd". Just using XYZ alone does not permit the use of "unlimited" or "unltd". You are confusing a legal conclusion (your unlimited liability) with a "trade name".See question
I heard a news that my brother in law is selling the corporation's beauty school with out a meeting or announcement to share holders. He declares he is the corporation's president, secretary, treasurer without being voted. No corporation meeting ...
The fair and equal distribution will be related directly to the share ownership of each shareholder.
Whether or not to sell, and for how much, and related issues - the Board of Directors can remove the officers without cause at any time (subject to different rules in your Bylaws.) If there has been a breach of fiduciary duty, this is no do it yourself project. You will need to involve a lawyer.
I own my property free and clear and would like to put it in an LLC (my wife and son are members of the LLC). How can I do this in Stanislaus County?
All you need is a grant deed or a quitclaim deed from you to your LLC (and probably a preliminary change of ownership form.)See question
I had additionally agreed to pay but later changed my mind. Am I legally obligated to pay it back even though it was a gift
A classic "he said, she said" oral agreement (or gift). Small Claims Court was made for this, and $180 may even be too small for Smaill Claims Court.See question
I gave employees shares in my corporation. 10 years later they left to start there own company. 6 months before they left he changed his cell phone number saying he got better reception at his home with a different company then the one the corpora...
There are probably grounds to sue, but delay is working against you and eventually will bar any claims you have due to the statute of limitations.See question