Natalie N. Mutz, AttorneyNatalie Mutz has been a licensed attorney since 2010. She works on land use, real estate, and estate planning and administration. She advises local businesses and nonprofit organizations on legal matters from formation, to employment, transactions and more.Originally from Southern California, Natalie grew up in northwestern Washington state. She earned [...]
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The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) will take effect on January 1, 2023. The CPRA imposes additional requirements on companies that do business in California, expanding upon its predecessor in privacy: the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). With the rules and regulations governing consumer data privacy soon subject to change, it is the responsibility of [...]
The employment law attorneys at Fauver, Large, Archbald & Spray are available to help our clients respond to and defend employment discrimination claims including claims based on protected class discrimination, sexual harassment claims, and retaliation claims. More importantly, we want to help our clients realize their business goals by avoiding discrimination claims before they arise, [...]
Once the ink on a commercial lease for an office building or retail space has dried, it's too late to make adjustments. Commercial leases are important documents that require careful examination and a basic understanding of lease concepts. You want to get the greatest deal for your company, which means before you sign a [...]
Starting a new business venture may be both thrilling and terrifying. Mistakes might cost you a lot of money. While starting an entity, you'll want to avoid these six typical blunders. 1st Mistake: Selecting the Wrong Business Structure When starting a business in California, the first step is determining which sort of entity would [...]
CHANGES IN ESTATE TAX RULES AND THE NEED TO REVIEW YOUR TRUST DOCUMENTS: An issue arising under married couples’ trusts signed prior to 2015
January 2022 Many people create revocable probate avoidance type trusts and then mistakenly believe that they do not need to again look their estate planning documents until a crisis arises. Unfortunately, it may then be too late to avoid expensive steps to correct the issues that may have developed in the meantime. A very common [...]
Estate and Tax Planning is an important practice area with a number of terms that are used universally. In order to support a general understanding of the myriad of complex terms, we created this glossary for our clients’ reference. While many are familiar with terms such as trusts and wills, there are a number of [...]
Many clients begin the Estate Planning process with a number of questions. We compiled answers to many of these FAQs, shared below. Content on this page comes from the State Bar of California. What is estate planning? Estate planning is a process. It involves people — your family, other individuals and, in many cases, charitable [...]
December 2021 Every fan of TV legal dramas has heard the phrase “attorney-client privilege.” Tune in to almost any episode of Law & Order and odds are good that you will hear someone asserting “attorney client privilege” or discussing the implications of “the privilege” for their investigation or case. It is easy to dismiss attorney-client [...]
DISCLAIMER: This In Brief section offers a series of business, real estate, employment, estate planning and tax bulletins prepared by the attorneys at Fauver, Large, Archbald & Spray, LLP. This is not exhaustive, nor is it legal advice. You should discuss your particular situation with us or with your own attorney. Our legal [...]