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Charging Order Limited by Garnishment Rules

Posted on: April 21, 2017
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A lawsuit has the potential to fundamentally change your life especially if running a single business is your livelihood. If you lose a lawsuit, all your income could be taken away, or garnished, to pay what the courts say you…[ Read More ]

Charging Order Protection in Texas Severely Weakened After Devoll Case

Posted on: September 29, 2016
Sutton Law Center

To what extent is a charging order not the exclusive remedy in Texas, following the decision of the Court of Appeals of Texas in Devoll v. Demonbreun, 2016 WL 4538805 (Tex.App., August 31, 2016)? Applicable Law: The Facts of Devoll…[ Read More ]

How a Reno Business Attorney Can Help Your Business Prosper

Posted on: August 17, 2016
Sutton Law Center

When you operate a business, you want to surround yourself with good people.  Some of those people will be active on a day–to-day basis.  Others will help you on an as needed basis and your attorney should be at or…[ Read More ]

Provisions that Should Be in Your Corporate By-Laws

Posted on: July 15, 2016
Sutton Law Center

The corporate by-laws are like the rule book for your business.   They set the standard by which your business entity, as a whole, will operate.  The by-laws are a key element in creating and maintaining your status as a valid…[ Read More ]

Corporate Attorney Explains Corporate Formalities in Reno

Posted on: June 15, 2016
Sutton Law Center

Once your corporation is up and running, you might think that there is nothing left to do other than to make a healthy profit.  However, if you neglect the necessary formalities, you might find yourself in a very precarious position.…[ Read More ]

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