Often, more than one area of legal help is required. With the Law Office of Kris Mukherji there’s no need to hire a multitude of attorneys. I can provide you with comprehensive legal support allowing me to advocate for you in many areas of law.

Services include:

  • Dental – Physician and Small Business Law
    • Entity creation
    • Merger & Acquisition
    • Purchase and sale of business practice and assets
    • Letter of intent
    • Purchase Agreement
    • Non Compete
    • Associate Agreement
    • Transition
  • Estate Planning 
    • Revocable Trust
    • Wills
    • Health Care Directives
    • Durable Power of Attorney
  • Trust Administration
  • Probate
  • Conservatorship
  • Guardianship

Buying and Selling a Business

Making the decision to buy or sell a business requires a thorough analysis of your financial positioning and a legal review to ensure that your personal and financial interests are protected. I work with my clients in all aspects of the purchase and sale of a business including business partnership purchases, partnership dissolution, asset division, and corporate mergers.
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Business Litigation and Conflict Resolution

If you are business owner, there is always the possibility that you might be involved in a potential litigation. Whether it is you who initiates a suit against another party, or if you find yourself as a target of another, having an experienced attorney on your side can make a world of a difference. A good business litigation attorney will understand that a lawsuit is a stressful time for the client and will help guide the client through this difficult time.
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Business Entity Formation

When creating a new business, several factors play a role. You must determine what is the best structure for your business and what business contracts you will need moving forward. At the Law office of Kris Mukherji, I know business entity structures and how to comprehensively establish the most appropriate legal structure for your needs. Additionally, regardless of the size of your businesses, it is likely that you will enter into agreements with vendors, employees, and customers. A contract is more than just a promise; it’s a legal obligation. I can you assist with the development, review, and enforcement of a wide-range of business agreements.
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Dentists – Physicians – Chiropractors – Naturopathic Dr.

Dentists, Physicians, Chiropractors and Naturopathic Doctors rely on Law Office of Kris Mukherji for assistance in many realms of transactional law. My focus in this area of law grew out of the need for dentists, physicians, chiropractors and ND's to obtain legal advice from attorneys particularly familiar in this area of law. As professionals in the medical field graduating from top schools, you are taught to excel in your profession. However, rarely do schools spend adequate time on educating their students on what happens once they graduate from Dental School or Medical School.
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What is a Revocable Living Trust?

A trust established by an individual, or a married couple, that becomes effective immediately upon establishment while the Creator/Trustor/Settlor is still alive (thus "Living"), remains revocable and amendable during the lifetime of the Trustor (thus "Revocable"), and is used to avoid probate; facilitate some tax planning; provide for management during periods of incapacity without need for guardianship conservatorship; address family circumstances; maximize allocation and distribution flexibility; ensure a high degree of privacy; and provide for ultimate distribution of the estate.
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Wills

A Will is an essential part of your estate plan. Your will is a written legal document that specifies how you want your assets to be distributed after you are gone. It must be filed with the California Probate Court upon death. The court then supervises the distribution of your assets. Many people incorrectly believe that if their estate is modest and not subject to estate taxes, there will be no need for probate.
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Estate Planning FAQ

Revocable trust, living trust and revocable living trust are terms used interchangeably.
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Guardianship and Conservatorship

Guardianships and conservatorships are the processes by which the court appoints individuals to handle the matters of an incapacitated person. Both types of actions are handled by the probate court when they involve an incapacitated adult. There are two types of conservatorships. (1) Conservatorship of the Person; and (2) Conservatorship of the Estate.
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