The California legislature, under SB 642, is considering further restrictions on the Corporate Practice of Medicine.
Before signing a lease contract with a landlord, look out for these top five red flags that I’ve commonly encountered.
A letter of intent, commonly referred to as an LOI, sets the table for a successful asset transaction like buying a dental practice.
Here’s the truth: subleasing has major drawbacks. Let’s explore these pitfalls and why you should avoid them.
California State has guidelines on how to properly terminate your LLC. Depending on your circumstances, you have a couple of options.
In this article, we’ll answer the first question most doctors ask when starting their corporation in California: Who can be a shareholder in your California professional corporation?
We examine seller obligations typically associated with the sales documents and how to mitigate your liability post-sale.
If you are a dental practice owner, it is only natural to think about what will happen when you die. Planning for the future is unquestionably important.
This is part one of a two-part series examining the most important points a dentist should understand to accomplish a successful transition. There are few moments in the long successful road of your dental career that are more precious (and potentially stressful) than selling your dental practice. The milestone will…
When looking to purchase a dental practice, it is customary for both parties to start the transaction by signing a letter of intent. The letter of intent often referred to as an “LOI” or deposit agreement, outlines the major deal points of the transaction. It also sets out a timeline of…