Advocating for Individuals and Businesses
Since 1974, Lawrence C Noble has been providing representation and advice to clients facing real estate, business, and financial issues. As an experienced attorney, Mr. Noble will help you solve problems, negotiate resolutions, and protect your assets. If necessary, he is willing and able to litigate and try disputes. Mr. Noble is a tireless problem solver who works hard to resolve your issue in a way that works for you. Our law firm brings more than 40 years of experience to each case.
Whatever legal issue you are facing, we’ll work with you and help you determine the best course of action. Our mission is to help you take control of your life and reach an outcome you’re happy with.
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Ventura and Los Angeles Counties
Areas of Practice
Asset protection is the concept of and strategies for guarding one's wealth. Asset protection is a type of financial planning intended to protect one's assets from creditor claims. Individuals and business entities use asset protection techniques to limit creditors' access to certain valuable assets while operating within the bounds of debtor-creditor law.
Contract law is the body of law that relates to making and enforcing agreements. A contract is an agreement that a party can turn to a court to enforce. Contract law is the area of law that governs making contracts, carrying them out and fashioning a fair remedy when there’s a breach.
Anyone who conducts business uses contract law. Both companies and consumers use contracts when they buy and sell goods, when they license products or activities, for employment agreements, for insurance agreements and more. Contracts make these transactions happen smoothly and without any misunderstandings. They allow parties to conduct their affairs confidently. Contracts help make sure that the parties to a transaction are clear on its terms.
A limited liability company, or LLC, is a business entity created under state laws which has the characteristics of both a corporation and a partnership. Like a corporation, the owners of an LLC are not personally liable for business debts. Like a sole proprietorship or partnership, an LLC has operating flexibility and is a pass-through entity for tax purposes. This means the LLC's profits are passed through and taxable to the owners of the LLC.
The right to use force -- even deadly force if necessary -- to defend oneself is a broadly accepted principle of the criminal justice system. But while all states allow defendants to claim self defense if they can back up such claims, states differ on the scope of what may be considered appropriate use of force and when it may be applied. For instance, some states have what are commonly referred to as "stand your ground" laws, which essentially do away with the duty to retreat from imminent danger. In states with these types of laws, individuals have the affirmative right to use deadly force to defend themselves regardless of where they are or whether they had an opportunity to retreat.
The legal definition of real estate or real property is land and the buildings on it. Real estate law governs who may own and use the land. This simple concept includes a wide range of different legal disciplines. First, real estate may be either residential or commercial. It can be owned by one person but used by another through rental arrangements. Land can be bought or sold, and due to its high value, there are many local laws that ensure real estate transactions are properly performed and recorded. Land may also pass between family members through estate planning, or may be owned by more than one person. Finally, state and local governments have rules concerning the purposes for which land may be used -- for example, each plot of land must be used according to local zoning laws, and landowners may not damage the surrounding environment.
The Second Amendment gives us the right to bear arms, but owning and using a firearm could lead to unexpected consequences. We offer advice and representation in cases involving firearms laws. Early intervention is critical in these cases, so call us today.
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