SONA LEGAL APC assists clients throughout Southern California in the areas of business law and estate planning. We focus on commercial transactions, internet law, e-commerce, corporate/LLC cleanup, and succession planning. Our mission is to provide quality, common sense legal services and to build long term relationships. We provide peace of mind and protection for our clients, their businesses, and their families.

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Business Law

SONA LEGAL APC offers a full range of business transaction services at a fraction of the cost of an in-house attorney, including assistance with business formation and operation, drafting and negotiating contracts, ensuring legal and regulatory compliance, and much more. We ensure that the legal side is completely covered so that you can focus on doing what you do best: running your business.

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Internet Law

SONA LEGAL APC is a practice built in and around the digital era. As a technology driven business, we have adapted many of the same digital systems as our clients and we understand the nuances of this constantly evolving field. Internet law is one of our specialties and you can count on SONA LEGAL APC to keep your company ahead of the digital curve. Please click on the link below to find out more about our practical solutions for a wide range of Internet legal issues.

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E-commerce Law

Although the details are up for debate, one thing is undisputed: e-commerce is on the rise. Over the past decade, e-commerce, which is the practice of buying or selling online, has grown exponentially and now accounts for billions of dollars in revenue for businesses big and small alike. With this growth has come an entirely new set of legal demands for clients as they adapt to life in the digital realm. E-commerce firms face issues as diverse as dealing with online shoppers and subscribers, marketing and licensing, securing supply chains, privacy issues, negotiating storage and distributions channels, and preparing for that eventual billion-dollar acquisition. Navigating these waters can be daunting, but SONA LEGAL APC provides common sense answers to your questions and guides its clients through all of these issues and more.

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Estate Planning

A properly drafted estate plan is essential to protect your hard-earned assets for future generations. In addition to avoiding time-consuming and expensive probate proceedings, an estate plan allows you to appoint those you trust to take care of your children, your finances, and your medical needs in the event of unforeseen circumstances. Importantly, estate plans can also create significant tax benefits for both yourself and your loved ones.

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Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs) and S-corporations – a Perfect Match?

Employee Stock Ownership Plans (“ESOPs”) are a means of attracting and retaining employees, growing your business, and providing for the future succession of your company. At its basic level, ESOPs use financial incentives that allow a company to grow while maintaining a control structure more typical of a family-owned business. According to a Rutgers study,


SAFE Agreements – the New Silicon Valley Standard

Getting the Initial Investment For Your Startup Startups usually require a quick initial investment to get off the ground and continue to grow. This investment typically takes the form of a convertible note (“c-note”) – a loan. But the note is not your typical debt instrument. It does not require repayment. Instead, the investment “converts”


How California’s Online Privacy Law Affects your Business

No business owner enjoys opening the mail and finding a letter from the Attorney General notifying them they are in violation of the law – and threatening civil penalties. However, in 2012, this is what hundreds of mobile app operators received from the California Attorney General’s Office. It’s understandable that the operators would be surprised.