"I have been in family law practice for more than 18 years in the Wayne, Macomb, and... read more"
"I have been in family law practice for more than 18 years in the Wayne, Macomb, and Oakland County Courts. I represent clients in all areas of family law, including divorce, custody, parenting time, child support, and spousal support. Unlike many attorneys, I charge a flat fee, not a retainer and hourly rate. I find that this gives clients the security and certainty that they are seeking when making the financial decision to hire a lawyer; with a flat fee, the client knows exactly how much he/she will be paying for... read even more"
"Annie Dandavati is the founder and managing partner of the Dandavati Law Group,... read more"
"Annie Dandavati is the founder and managing partner of the Dandavati Law Group, located in San Jose, CA. She is a member of the State Bar of California, and is licensed to practice in California courts of law and the United States District Court, Northern District of California.
Annie currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Lincoln Law School, served on the Board of Directors for the Santa Clara County Trial Lawyers Association, and served on the Board of Governors for Consumer Attorneys of California. ... read even more"
Licensed in CA
6 years' experience
employment and labor, family, personal injury, and trusts and estates law
"Our firm focuses on internet, technology and entertainment law for startups and advises... read more"
"Our firm focuses on internet, technology and entertainment law for startups and advises small and mid-size businesses in areas which include intellectual property, business law, privacy law, international law, business taxation, license agreements, general contracts and capital financing. Further, we frequently associate with and provide referrals to practitioners focusing in employment law, immigration law, landlord-tenant disputes, bankruptcy and patent prosecution, when asked to address matters outside our own immediate practice. "
Licensed in CA
4 years' experience
business, contracts and litigation, employment and labor, intellectual property, real estate, tax, and trusts and estates law
"I have several years of experience practicing business law for clients of all sizes, as... read more"
"I have several years of experience practicing business law for clients of all sizes, as well as experience starting and running three businesses. I provide business law services to startups, entrepreneurs, and small businesses, including business formation, contract review, real estate leasing, employment agreements, venture capital, and other transactional work. I do not handle litigation of any kind.
I am licensed to practice in Ohio and California, and my firm is located in Cincinnati, Ohio. My law degree is from Boston... read even more"
Provide representation from start to finish in disclosing prior unfiled and/or unpaid taxes. If you have not been contacted by the IRS or Georgia Department of Revenue and know you need to become complaint with tax laws, this process allows for the maximum mitig...
Conduct an analysis of your tax situation and prepare all forms required to submit OIC. Negotiate the OIC with IRS and GA DOR personnel. If an OIC is accepted by the IRS or Georgia Department of Revenue, your tax liability is settled in full for an amount certai...
Consultation with client, and formation of either an LLC or a C-corporation for multiple owners. Includes bylaws for a C-corporation or an operating agreement, for an LLC, and incorporator and initial director resolutions. State filing fees are not included in f...
We’ve all sealed a deal with a handshake--maybe to purchase a used car, loan a friend money, and anything in between. Chances are, that while making this “informal” agreement you may have thought, “If I want to back out of this later, I am sure I can.”
Reaffirmation Agreements- What is it? Do I need to sign one?
Often, secured creditors send a "reaffirmation agreement" to the debtor or debtor's counsel. A reaffirmation agreement is a new contract signed between the debtor and the creditor/lender that reaffi...
Business entities can take many different forms - sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability companies (LLC), and corporations are the most common ones. As startup sole proprietorships and partnerships begin to grow, the ownership and management reali...
Divorces are almost always a very difficult time and more often than not result in a situation in which neither party is completely satisfied. Disagreements with divorce decrees can affect all aspects of a split, including child custody. Sometimes, one disgruntl...
You went to law school so that you could focus on practicing law. However, when you decide to go out on your own, marketing becomes an integral part of your success as a solo practitioner. If done right, marketing can be the ultimate difference between whethe...
First, no matter how done you are with your marriage, or how hurt you are that your spouse does not wish to be married to you anymore (evidenced by either actions or words), take a deep breath and pay close attention. You can make your case easy financially an...
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The federal and state governments all have the power to tax their citizens. In [Texas], where there is no state income tax, citizens are only responsible for federal taxes. However, in states that do have state income taxes, residents will be paying both state a...
YES. Under 11 U.S.C. Section 362(a), after filing for bankruptcy a creditor may not take any action against the debtor or the debtor's property to collect any debt. Meaning that upon filling of bankruptcy the creditor may no longer garnish a debtor's wages until...
Let’s face it, work is not always a joy. Whether it be co-workers, bosses, or clients, it’s easy to get annoyed with the people we have to deal with on a regular basis. With the prevalence of blogging and social networking sites, the questions often arises: Can ...
For those of you who don’t understand what the title of this post is referring to, the question could more accurately be asked as “Can you walk around town with an open beer?” Walking around with an open container is legal in some states and illegal in others.
Many lawyers think that if they have a website, they have an online presence. However these days, having a subpar website is not enough. You should spend time thinking about how you are going to drive traffic to your website. You could have the most beautifull...
It takes time, patience, money and work to get a green card. After all that, you can lose it. You might not even know you have a problem until you leave the U.S. on a trip, then try to re-enter and aren't allowed back into the country. Here are some common way...
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