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Mosier named a winner in The Tribune’s Top 20 Under 40

Top 20 image croppedCarmel & Naccasha is pleased to announce that partner Dallas K. Mosier is a winner of a Top 20 Under 40 award in the 11th edition of The Tribune’s annual competition.

Dallas was nominated by one of his peers to be considered for the annual award recognizing young San Luis Obispo County professionals who have demonstrated professional excellence and a commitment of serving the community. Seventy-five nominations were received for this round of Top 20 under 40 Awards.

Dallas joined Carmel & Naccasha in 2012 and was promoted from associate attorney to partner in November 2015.

Winners will be honored with an award at a luncheon on Thursday, January 28, 2016 at Madonna Inn.

See the complete list of winners at The Tribune website: http://www.sanluisobispo.com/news/business/article50074900.html

Click for Dallas’ Biography

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Major Shift of Certain Real Property Transfers Signed into Law

Recently signed legislation allows for the transfer of real property upon death through what is touted to be, under certain circumstances, a more streamlined and simple process, without the typical probate proceedings. Historically, many assets, such as stocks or bank accounts and even possessions, could be passed on to an identified beneficiary through the completion of a ‘Payable on Death’ or ‘Transfer on Death’ form (POD or TOD, respectively). The new legislation, AB 139, permits a similar transfer of real property, such as a house, land or other type of building, upon the death of an owner through the same process. AB 139 is effective now through January 1, 2021 (there is a five year test period to gauge the law’s impact).

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C&N Attorney to Speak on Raising Capital for Businesses

Collaboration Business Consulting is hosting a Biz Ed seminar later this month featuring Carmel & Naccasha attorney Dallas K. Mosier. Mosier will provide valuable tips on how a business of any size can raise the funds they need to grow their operation. Included below are the details about the event from Collaboration’s website which can also be found by clicking here.

 
Raising Capital for your Growing Business

Whether you have a start-up or well-established business, getting financing in place is vital to your companies’ ability to grow. Many business owners are looking to acquire additional funds for their organization, but may be unaware of the legal steps that are associated. At this month’s Biz Ed, Dallas K. Mosier, Associate Attorney of Carmel & Naccasha, LLP, will be providing valuable insight on raising capital for your growing organization. Dallas is personally invested in protecting the wealth and health of individuals and businesses. Whether your business in looking to collect funding through traditional sources or a venture capitalist, it is important to be aware of the legal due diligence.

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C&N Closes Significant Deal for Prominent Central Coast Insurance Firm

 

Carmel & Naccasha LLP attorneys recently facilitated the integration of a highly regarded employee benefits agency and brokerage on the Central Coast with the strength and resources of a leading global insurance brokerage. Here’s what the owner of the agency had to say once the deal was completed:

“It has been an exciting time at my company with a recent transition and merger. We could not have done it without the expert assistance of Carmel & Naccasha. All of their people, especially Ziyad Naccasha, worked tirelessly to bring our transaction to conclusion in a timely manner. It was not unusual to get an email from them at 10 pm, still working on our behalf. They concluded our transaction in 12 days while normally this type of thing would have taken months. Top-notch service, expert advice, working on our behalf, ethical proceedings, polite and thorough….what more could you want from your professional team?”

-Connie Framberger

To read more about the team of attorneys at Carmel & Naccasha LLP who handle business and corporate matters, click here.

To read the full story about the merger as covered in the Insurance Journal on May 12, 2015, click here.

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Carmel & Naccasha Attorney Appointed to serve as Board Member on the Paso Robles Chamber

Dallas K. Mosier, Associate Attorney at Carmel and Naccasha LLP, is the newest member of the Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors for the 2014-2015 term. Mosier was appointed to the seat after another Board Member stepped down.

“It’s an honor to be joining such a dynamic and engaged group of business leaders in Paso Robles,” said Mosier. “With a new President/CEO in place, new membership campaigns gearing up and economic activity starting to pick up, I can’t think of a more exciting time to be a part of such an important organization.”

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The Importance of Designating a Third Party Registered Agent

So you’ve formed your corporation or LLC, you’ve got your tax ID, bank account, and business is humming along. Things are going well and so you fill out your first required Statement of Information and write your own name and address in the area for designating the company’s registered agent for service of process – you’re doing everything else, so this should be easy, right? As you likely read in the instructions for the forms, a registered agent is the person designated to receive service of process when a business entity is served with legal papers such as a summons or subpoena. Although the appeal of performing that role for your business may seem like an attractive option, there are several reasons why you should designate a professional to handle those responsibilities. Your business needs to run as smoothly and efficiently as possible and receiving all communications and keeping your corporation or LLC in good standing is crucial.

A physical address in the state of incorporation is required by the California Secretary of State and in most other jurisdictions in the United States. A post office box does not typically meet the requirement, especially when designating an agent for service of process.

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