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A new California law governing limited liability companies (New Law) became effective January 1, 2014, and replaced the Beverly-Killea LLC Act (Old Law). The New Law governs every act taken by a California limited liability company (LLC) on or after January 1, 2014. With one exception regarding rights of California members of a non-California LLC to information from that LLC, the New Law does not apply to an LLC organized under the law of another state such as Delaware, even if the Delaware LLC is doing business in California.

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You can always count on us to take the time necessary to clearly explain your case's procedures and status so that you are up to date on every development at all times. As we understand that charges and matters of the law are often unplanned and happen without notice, we always ensure that someone is available to take on your case and dedicate his or her time. The sooner you have an attorney on your side, the easier it is to build a strong case and come to a successful resolution.

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Have you been accused of a #rime you didn't commit and seek #criminal #defense and pain-free #justice while maintaining your honor and dignity? Or, perhaps you have been a #victim of a #crime and seek legal retribution on those who have harmed you or your family. You may have even committed a crime yourself and desire the best settlement possible. Regardless of the cause, circumstances or motive, Maven Law Firm will facilitate favorable and appropriate justice for our Los Angeles clients so that they receive the best #verdict and outcome possible.

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Applying for Asylum after one (1) year
By law, an application for asylum should be filed within one year of applicant's last arrival to the United States. INA § 208(a)(2)(B). The 1-year period is calculated from the date of the immigrant's last arrival in the United States, under the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 (IIRIRA). The applicant has the burden of proving by clear and convincing evidence that the application was filed within 1 year of the date of the arrival in the United States. Also, applications with a filing date on or before April 15, 1998, are not subject to the one-year filing deadlines implemented by the Asylum Division. The Asylum Division now calculates the day of arrival as 'day zero.'

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Defend against theft charges
Maven Law Firm strongly believes that theft offenses carry long lasting consequences that can reflect on gainful employment and licensing. That is why it is critical that when criminal accusations of petty theft, grand theft, auto theft, embezzlement, burglary, fraud or identity theft are brought against you, you immediately contact an experienced theft defense attorney.

A qualified theft defense attorney can fight your case in spite of overwhelming evidence stacked against you. False accusations and misrepresented evidence can be attacked and discredited in court. For theft to occur, the accused must have intended to permanently deprive the owner of the property – which is typically not the case.

Choosing to fight the case makes it possible to avoid a criminal conviction, especially if there are no prior convictions on your record and the offense was minor in nature. Theft is considered a 'crime of moral turpitude.' The common perception is that such a crime is morally wrong and has “evil intent”. Thus, such a conviction appearing on your criminal background check can be harmful to your reputation and livelihood.

The laws surrounding theft offenses are complex and carry various degree of penalties. It is crucial to consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney regarding your case.
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