Archive for the ‘LLC’ Category


A colleague recently asked me what I thought about the proposition that the attempted conveyance of real estate to a non-existing entity (the “owners” holding themselves out to the world as having organized an LLC) would be void. I shared with him my thought that Arizona LLCs fundamentally are “incorporated partnerships.” Besides the fact that […]

Charging Order Wrinkles

My esteemed colleague Bob Spurlock did a brave thing recently. He used his noodle to come up with an imaginative theory of recovery; and, it appears to have succeeded! Fine lawyers like Robert uniformly are envelope-pushers. His case involved the interpretation of application of a charging order’s reach. Charging orders are about as unsexy as […]