OUR PRACTICE AREAS
Other Practice Areas
At Incline Law Group, in order to best serve our Northern Nevada and California communities, we handle several other related practice areas in addition to our core practice areas of Real Estate/Real Property; Entity Formation and Administration: Corporations and LLCs; Transactional Law; Civil Litigation; Family Law; and Estate Planning.
Administrative and Regulatory Agencies
You or your business may need to interact with any number of State, County and local administrative and regulatory agencies. Our attorneys have decades of knowledge gained from working with these different agencies, and can help you identify and deal with your issues.
Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA)
TRPA regulations affect everyone who owns land within the Lake Tahoe Basin. Our experienced attorneys work with TRPA and their Code of Ordinances in both California and Nevada. The Code is what most applicants use to plan their project, but Plan Area Statements, Community Plans and Area Plans describe the allowed land uses in an area and are related to the Code. Let the attorneys at Incline Law Group provide their experience to help you work with the TRPA.
Licensing Professionals and Licensing Boards
Our firm has represented a variety of licensed professionals before their state licensing boards, including contractors; real estate brokers and salespersons; property managers; engineers; and architects. Let our experienced attorneys represent you as well.
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Neutral Services
Some of our attorneys can provide ADR neutral services to help you arrive at an agreement and avoid litigation, for both contract-related and court-mandated cases in Nevada and California.
Change of Residency
While many people move to Lake Tahoe strictly for the location, others wish to establish residence in Nevada for tax or business purposes. Our attorneys can help direct you in meeting the requirements for establishing residency in Nevada.
The attorneys at Incline Law Group can advise you regarding some mainstream entity structures, insurance and risk management techniques and some possible trust law arrangements that can help you to protect your assets from future creditor claims which may arise in the ordinary course of your business. (We do not, however, offer services to facilitate hiding assets from known creditors and known claimants.)