The importance of your career and/or business
People spend more time thinking about their career and their business than possibly any other topic. This is true whether you have been the victim of race discrimination, disability discrimination, whether you have unpaid wages, unpaid overtime, or whether you need to form a new business. People facing such situations have short-term worry about their financial well-being as well as long-term concerns over how they are going to support themselves. Retaining attorneys who are familiar with such issues can help to ensure that your interests are immediately protected and that you come out of your current situation in as good a position as possible. Such counsel can ensure that the proper entities are quickly contacted, that necessary court documents are promptly filed, and that matters proceed in an organized fashion.
Is your side-hustle during the pandemic turning into more than just a hobby?
During the pandemic, everyone's normal changed. Did you start a side-job to help make ends meet? Perhaps that side-job has turned into more than you ever imagined it would, and now it is a steady and reliable
source of income. Chances are when you started that side-job, you just jumped in and went to work, not really intending to turn that job into a formal career or business. As a result, you likely have no formal business plan or business set up. This can be dangerous. Before you get too far along, it is important to get this side-job hobby into a formal business structure. For starters, you should establish a formal business entity, either becoming an S-Corp or an LLC. This will help keep your business and personal assets separate in the event of litigation, and will also help keep things separate come tax time. As an added bonus, being a formal business entity gives your business much more credibility to potential clients.
Boutique Law Firm that still covers all your special issues
At Duvel Law, we combine the feel of a boutique law firm where you can establish a close rapport with Owner Glen Duvel, with the big firm benefit of having effective and efficient representation in a wide range of matters. Issues we handle include workplace discrimination, labor law violations, business law issues, and estate planning for those considering the future. At your initial consultation we will gain an understanding of your situation, help you to understand what it is you should expect from the process, and develop a plan to move your situation forward. While handling your case we will promptly return your phone calls, quickly respond to emails, and ensure that we are available to answer questions and concerns you may have. We will put our 20+ years of experience to work in protecting you.
Duvel Law services Aliso Viejo, Anaheim, Buena Park, Costa Mesa, Dana Point, Fountain Valley, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Irvine, La Habra, Ladera Ranch, Laguna Beach, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Newport Beach, Orange, Placentia, Rancho Santa Margarita, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, Santa Ana, Tustin, Westminster, and Yorba Linda. Contact us now to get started on your legal needs.