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Abraham C. Bloomenstiel

Abraham C. Bloomenstiel

Vecchio | Bloomenstiel PLLC
  • Bankruptcy, Business Law, Estate Planning...
  • Texas
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  • Bankruptcy
  • Business Law
  • Estate Planning
  • Probate
  • Securities Law
  • Personal Injury
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
5th Circuit
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Attorney at Law
Vecchio | Bloomenstiel PLLC
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Partner in a firm established to meet the needs of financial planners, retirement planners, their clients, and individuals. We handle asset protection, estate planning, probate, business formation & planning, credit repair, and bankruptcy.
Attorney at Law
Law Office of Joel M. Vecchio, P.C.
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Legal Research Assistant (Constitutional Law)
Constitutional Law Center for Muslims in America
Compliance & Due Diligence Officer
Prestoncrest Capital LLC
Paralegal Supervisor
Todd, Ferentz, Schwarcz & Rimberg, LLP
Paralegal Supervisor
Law Office of Snider & Associates, LLC
SMU Dedman School of Law
Law (Doctor of Jurisprudence)
Honors: Graduated Cum Laude
Goucher College
Honors: Summa Cum Laude
Professional Associations
State Bar of Texas # 24106962
Dallas Bar Association
American Bar Association
Collin County Bar Association
Ad Litem Certification
State Bar of Texas
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Q. A friend has 2 companies under her LLC. I want to start a third business under her LLC. What would it take?
A: Thanks for your question. Unfortunately, this is a difficult question to answer without more information. It would help me to know the type of LLC your friend has and what ownership or relationship your friend's LLC or other two companies under it will have with the new business that you want to start. Speaking very generally (and making a lot of assumptions), if your friend has an LLC that operates several businesses under it, then her LLC is likely classed as a "series LLC." This is a special business form in which a parent LLC owns or operates smaller sub-LLC's. If that is the case, then starting a new LLC under the parent LLC should be relatively easy. However, your sub-LLC cannot be wholly independent of the parent LLC. It will have to have some legal relationship with the parent LLC. For example, the parent LLC and you could me members or managers of the new sub-LLC. I would suggest that you discuss what you want to set up with a business formation & planning attorney who can help you to make the best decision for your needs. There may be other options that would serve you better in the long-term. Good luck and much success to you!
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Vecchio | Bloomenstiel PLLC
903 E. 18th St.
Suite 200
Plano, TX 75074
Telephone: (972) 881-9700