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Should I Create an LLC?

Why do People Create LLCs?  If you own a rental property, it is strongly advised that you create an LLC.  I’m going to give you 3 reasons why, but before that a few introductory remarks in general about who I am and why you should listen to me. I have personally sued property owners and…

Buckle up and Beware of Cheap Estate Plans

Why are some estate plans more expensive than others? If this is your first time doing an estate plan, one question you are probably asking yourself is, “How much is a trust going to cost?” This is a reasonable question to ask. But it should not be the only question you ask. Instead, you should…

Prop 19 – What you need to know

PROP 19: REDUCE PROPERTY TAXES BEFORE FEBRUARY 16TH! Proposition 19 will affect each and every person who owns a property, whether it’s a primary residence, a vacation home, a rental property, or a commercial property. According to the new law, we have a limited window to take action in order to lock in our property taxes under the old…

“Simon Says”: Bridge Law Partner Simon Khinda Speaks on Legal Issues re: Covid-19

Important Update for Landlords and Tenants In light of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic cities, and counties are taking steps to minimize the impact on tenants, including placing moratoriums on evictions, holds on shutting off utilities due to nonpayment, and prohibiting late rent fees. The federal government has suspended evictions and foreclosures in public housing until…

“It isn’t possible to love and part”

‘It isn’t possible to love and part.’ In my last personal note from May 2019, I spoke of the Big Bad Wolf: “Here’s the thing.  We don’t know when the Big Bad Wolf will come to our doorstep, but we all know that he will come one day.  And when he does, we also know…

Protect Your Business from the Pitfalls of Employee Misclassification

Business owners face many challenges today and as a result, are always looking for ways to cut down and control as many costs as possible. However, when it comes to making decisions concerning employees, it can be tempting to make risky choices about how you should classify your workers. Whether in regard to a new…

Understanding the Duties & Responsibilities of a Trustee

A trustee is a party responsible for the management, investment, and distribution of the property or assets within a trust. This will involve the oversight of trust administration, accounting, taxes, serving beneficiaries, and so on – in a manner that is impartial and transparent. It is encouraged to all our clients to select a professional…

Lalit Kundani Named as a Southern California Super Lawyer 2019

The Super Lawyers publication has selected Bridge Law partner, Lalit Kundani, as a 2019 Southern California Super Lawyer. The annual list recognizes outstanding lawyers who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Lalit began his legal career in 2005 after graduating from UC Berkeley School of Law, one of the nation’s top…

Protecting Your Heirs’ Inheritance

A Checklist for Passing on Assets to Beneficiaries Maybe because it isn’t pleasant to consider our own mortality, it is oftentimes too easy to delay the creation and maintenance of our estate plans. Nevertheless, establishing your final wishes and intentions in a clearly stated and understood way through the legal documentation found in an estate…

Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?

The best part of my days are the nights I get to come home in time and see my girls off to bed. Jiya, now 4 ½-going-on-14, has graduated from songs and has moved over to stories, and the girls and I have been addressing all the popular ones recently. I’m sure it’s because their dad…

Variety is the Spice of… Commercial Leases

For start-ups and developing organizations alike, signing a lease for a commercial space is often assumed to be just like renting a home or apartment i.e. a lessee pays a specified amount of money to a lessor per month. When in reality there are several different types of commercial leases and basic structures that represent…

Everything You Should Know About Trusts

A trust, simply put, is a fiduciary arrangement intended to help you manage your wealth and assets in accordance with your wishes in the event of your death or incapacitation. A trust allows a third party, or trustee, the legal authority to manage, maintain, and distribute assets directed by the contents of the trust or…

The Benefits of Hiring a Corporate Law Attorney

Too often, businesses equate a corporate law attorney to that of an auto mechanic or firefighter, as in they only call them when there is a problem. What many entrepreneurs fail to understand is just how beneficial a business attorney can be to the longevity and success of their endeavor. Legal assistance and advocacy are…

Families with Young Children: Estate Planning Considerations

“Our young children are our lives and our greatest blessings. They mean everything to us and everything we do is with them in mind. They are our past and future put together, and they reflect all of our hopes and dreams combined. As parents of little ones ourselves, we know full well the deep love…

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