What To Do When Your Corporation Becomes Suspended

When a California corporation or business entity fails to pay its taxes, fails to file a corporate tax return, or fails to file an updated Statement of Information on time, their corporation may be suspended (California Revenue and Taxation Code, Section 23301 and California Corporations Code, Section 2205). Unfortunately, if your corporation does become suspended, […]

Five things employees should ask themselves before they sue

If you believe that you were wrongfully terminated from your job, or that you were forced into resignation, your first instinct may be to sue your former employer. While you may have a valid case that can be won, it is a good idea to ask yourself a few questions before rushing into a lawsuit. […]

New front opened in cybersecurity wars

New front opened in cybersecurity wars Recently the SEC has made moves that show their willingness to put muscle into cybersecurity guidance. The SEC announced an agreement with St. Louis-based investment company, RT Jones Capital Equities Management, to settle charges that the company failed to adequately safeguard the personal information of approximately 100,000 individuals. Consistent […]

What is asset protection planning?

What is asset protection planning?  Asset protection planning is planning to take proactive legal action to protect your assets from the possibility of creditors, divorce, lawsuit or judgments. The purpose is to deter potential lawsuits and creditors. Asset protection planning is meant to frustrate or impede creditors’ ability to seize your assets or collect judgments. […]

How do I submit a will for probate?

How do I submit a will for probate? Probate is not an easy process. It is complex because the validity of the will must be proven, and the deceased person’s estate and final affairs must be taken care of. There are four specific things that an executor must do to successfully complete the probate process […]

What is a self-proved will?

What is a self-proved will? Many wills are “self-proving,” which is simply a term that is used to describe a will that is witnessed by two or more individuals who certify that the will was actually signed by the decedent or testator. This is often accomplished by a self-proving affidavit that is attached to the […]

We speak Russian!

Our firm serves a diverse client base reflecting the diversity of the Bay Area. In particular, we have several fluent Russian-speaking attorneys, and we frequently represent both local Russian-speaking clients and individuals and companies based in Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.

About Us

Lvovich & Szucsko, P.C., was founded in 2006. In 2011, our firm expanded with the addition of a new partner, Terry A. Szucsko, whose practice focuses on family law. Together, our San Francisco attorneys have successfully represented a wide range of clients — including individuals, small businesses and larger businesses — in transactions, negotiations, and […]