Our Fee Philosophy. We form LLCs and prepare custom Operating Agreements for existing LLCs for a fixed fee. Most of the other legal services we offer are for a fixed amount. We charge on an hourly basis only when it is not possible to determine in advance how much time our services will require. Here is a partial list of legal services and current associated fixed fees that we offer.
Legal Services Richard Keyt 2016-12-13T21:19:50+00:00
We form every type of entity recognized under California law, but most people form a limited liability company. The entity of choice in California today is the LLC. Richard C. Keyt, JD, MS (accounting) and his father Richard Keyt, JD, LL.M (taxation) have formed 5,000+ LLCs. To hire the Keyts to form an California LLC for $697, $997 or $1,694, go to Form LLC Now.
We prepare state-of-the-art custom Operating Agreements for California LLCs that comply with comply with California’s new LLC law (RULLCA) effective January 1, 2014, as modified on by California Assembly Bill AB 506 effective January 1, 2016. Our Operating Agreements contain language that deals with the changes to partnership tax audits contained in the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015. To hire the Keyts to prepare a custom drafted Operating Agreement for an existing California LLC for $397 or $697 go to Buy OA Now.
Richard Keyt, JD, LL.M (taxation) and his son Richard C. Keyt, JD, MS (accounting) prepare wills, trusts, living wills, healthcare powers of attorney, financial powers of attorney and other estate planning documents. If you do not have a comprehensive estate plan, your family is at risk and could suffer financially if you were to die or become incompetent.
Richard Keyt, JD, LL.M (taxation) and his son Richard C. Keyt, JD, MS (accounting) form California nonprofit corporations for $1,697. Our fee includes custom Articles of Organization, organizational resolutions of the board of directors, Bylaws, an operations manual, corporate minute book and if the corporation intends to become a tax exempt entity we also prepare seven corporate policies the IRS recommends.