Distinct Business Entities

The key to protecting assets of your thriving California company could be implementation of a distinct business entity that safeguards the business against potential lawsuits, creditor actions and bankruptcy.

This subdivision of a company is considered separate from the rest of the business, exerting control over use of assets, management organization and financing structures. This segregation is typically based on differences in products, services and geography. Those in charge of distinct entities have the ability to make high-level decisions for a business trust, association or corporation.

The accomplished Newport Beach asset protection attorney who can wisely advise you, every step of the way, is Jeffrey M. Verdon, founder of the Jeffrey M. Verdon Law Group, LLP, in Newport Beach. His firm has built a recognized record of results for individual, family and corporate clients, including high-ranking executives, entrepreneurs and professionals with private practices.

From law offices in Orange County and in Redwood City, serving Silicon Valley clients, Mr. Verdon delivers thoughtful recommendations on the asset protection benefits of:

  • C-corporations
  • S-corporations
  • Limited liability companies (LLC)
  • Limited partnership and limited family partnerships
  • Irrevocable trusts

If this legal strategy for protection of business assets looks attractive to you, we invite you to discuss it in an initial consultation with experienced high-asset estate and business lawyer Jeffrey M. Verdon.