Darren Schwartz

Darren Schwartz

Hello my name is Darren Schwartz Esq. and I focus on Business Law, Immigration Law, Family Law, and Personal Injury. Me and my associates will be happy to help you and provide you with answers to your questions to the best of our knowledge. I speak Spanish fluently and would be happy to help with your legal questions. Some of my clients have included start ups, internet marketing companies, professional athletes, Mexican media companies and musician/entertainers. Have a wonderful day and I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.

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About Darren
Location:
San Diego, CA
State bar memberships:
California
Darren's key practice areas:
Business
Business Contracts
Commercial Transactions
Employee contracts
Import-export
Incorporation
Investment financing
Non-profits
Family
Adoptions
Child custody
Divorce
Domestic violence
Elder law
Marriage
Immigration
Deportation
Green card application
Marriage-based citizenship
Travel Visas
Visa Applications
Personal Injury
Animal attack
Medical malpractice
Mold and Toxins
Motor vehicle accident
Product liability
Slip and Fall
Workers Compensation
Wrongful Death
Real Estate
Buying, Selling Property
Eviction
Landlord-tenant disputes
Real estate litigation
Darren's background:
Law school
California Western School of Law
Undergraduate school
UC Santa Barbara
Years practicing law
4
Darren's flat fee services
  • Contract Review- up to 5 pages ($450.00)

    Review contract and make suggestions for client.

  • LLC and Corporation Formation ($1,000.00)

    I will set up clients LLC and/or Corporation in their state of choice. Filing Articles of Incorporation with the state, finding registered agent of process and composing operating agreement for client. Operating Agreement will be no more then 5 pages in length. State Fees and cost of registered agent of process will be the responsibility of the client and will vary state by state. Fees will be paid directly to the lawyer who will then pay the state.