At Sulaka Law we pride ourselves on being a dynamic, entrepreneurial, full-service business law firm offering the full suite of business and financial support services to our clients.
When clients need the best, they choose Sulaka Law.Learn More About Us
"Richard is amazing. He took the time to consult me for 2-3 hours over the phone as well as take time to meet with another lawyer that was appropriate for my situation at the time! He isn’t all about money he is about making a change and making sure people are okay! He’s the one to go to for advice or to get an amazing lawyer! Thank you again for being sincere and a true lawyer! We need more people like you in this world! My husband also thanks you as well!"
"My attorney was Richard Sulaka and I couldn’t be happier with my experience. He got the job done."
"Richard provided me with best advise to accomplish my goals.
Thank you so much."
Our firm advises and represents companies and entrepreneurs with a broad range of business-related services. We advise our clients on business law, start-up assistance relating to the formation of an entity, the protection of a trademark or license agreement and assist with buying or selling a business.Learn More About Business Law
When a loved one passes away, his or her estate often goes through a court-managed process called probate or estate administration where the assets of the deceased are managed and distributed. If your loved-one owned his or her assets through a well drafted and properly funded living trust, it is likely that no court-managed administration is necessary, though the successor trustee needs to administer the distribution of the deceased’s assets. The length of time needed to complete the probate of an estate depends on the size and complexity of the estate and the local rules and schedule of the probate court.
Real estate law covers a wide range of related issues surrounding rights and interests in real estate purchases and sales, transfers of real estate, legal aspects of the rental property, landlords and tenants’ issues, and much more. Real estate law also concerns the local, state and federal laws that regulate land, its use, and the improvements to land such as fences, buildings, wells, and other types of structures that are fixed in location.Learn More About Real Estate
The perception of filing for bankruptcy often offers negative perspectives because society sees it as a personal failure.
The reality of bankruptcy, no matter which chapter you choose, is that you’re creating a new opportunity for yourself. Depending upon your situation, bankruptcy law may be able to stop collections. It may be able to stay foreclosure proceedings.
It is more than a chance to be free from your debt. It is an opportunity to end your stress.