Mike S Manesh
Mike S Manesh
Top Persian/Iranian Immigration Lawyer Irvine CA
The Law Offices of Mike S. Manesh specialize in estate planning, business law, asset protection and more recently OFAC matters!
Mike S. Manesh, Esq. is the principal of the LAW OFFICES OF MIKE S. MANESH, APC, where has been practising for over twenty years. Mr Manesh’s practice is dedicated to helping clients build and protect their wealth, as well as prepare for and deal with life cycle events.
Primarily, Mr Manesh tackles the complex legal areas of trust, estate planning, asset protection planning, probate, and tax laws. However, due to the recent strict enforcement of U.S. economic sanctions against Iran by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”), Mr Manesh works extensively with U.S. persons who wish to engage in transactions involving Iran.
Mr Manesh is licensed to practice law in Texas, California, and various Federal and District Courts in the United States, including the Supreme Court. Mr Manesh is also a member of WealthCounsel, LLC., the Los Angeles County Bar Association, and the Beverly Hills Bar Association.
Mike S. Manesh has been practising law in California for over twenty years. He is licensed to practice law in Texas, California, and various Federal and District Courts in the United States, including the Supreme Court. Primarily, Mr Manesh tackles the complex legal areas of Trust, Estate Planning, Asset Protection Planning, Probate, and Tax Laws.
Mr Manesh’s practice is dedicated to helping clients build and protect wealth and prepare for and deal with life cycle events. Mr Manesh is also a member of WealthCounsel, LLC.
Have you been looking forward to the day you can retire, perhaps turn your business over to a son or daughter, or sell it? Even if you are not planning to stop working, you need to plan for the day you cannot run your business due to unforeseen illness or death. Most business owners do not take the time to plan for how they will leave their business.
They are busy running the company, or they don’t know where to start. But if you continue to own a business until you die, it will be included in your estate and could be subject to substantial estate taxes. Your family could be forced to sell the business or its assets at ‘fire sale’ prices. Then you will have worked hard all these years so that the vultures and Uncle Sam, not your family, will reap the benefits.