Q: Need attorney for two llc, in OR and CA setting trust to avoid probateDo I need attorney licensed in both state?
Currently one sole llc operated in Portland Or
Another LLC operated in LB Ca as Oregon based foreign status
Need set up trust to own both.
Need to change LB CA from OR foreign Llc operations in CA to CA Llc
To avoid probate
Do I need an attorney licensed for both? Or CA attorney?
I am residing in CA
A: If you are residing in California, then you should be fine with just a California licensed attorney. Each of the membership interests of your LLCs will be assets that will be held in the name of your trust. Although it may be preferable to find an attorney licensed in both states in case novel issues arise out of your ownership of the two LLCs.
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