David John Ruyle

* Last Will and Testament
* Revocable Living Trust
* Unlimited Marital Deduction
* Q-Tip Trust
* Transfer Documents
* DPOA-General
* DPOA-Health
* Annual and Lifetime Gifting

* Irrevocable Life Insurance Trust
Generation-Skipping Tax
Family Limited Partnerships
* Family Asset Protection
* Joint Purchases
* Private Annuities
Grantor Retained Unitrust
Grantor Retained Annuity Trust
Grantor Retained Residence Trust
* Charitable Gifting
Outright Gifts
Charitable Remainder Unitrust
Charitable Remainder Annuity
Pooled Income Fund
Split Interest Charitable Gifting
* Installment Sales
* Private and Public Foundations

* Limited Liability Company
* "C" vs. "S" Corporations
* Buy-Sell Agreements
Cross Purchase
Stock Redemption
* Key Employees
* Bonus Agreements
Phantom Stock
* Exit Strategy
* Transition & Succession
Initial Public Offering
Competitor Purchase
Bona Fide Purchaser
* Corporate Reorganizations
* Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation
Rabbit/Secular Trusts
Tax-Sheltered Annuities
* Qualified Retirement Plans
Individual Retirement
Simplified Employee Plan
Profit Sharing Plan
Defined Benefit Plan
* Stock Bonus Plan
* Employee Stock Ownership Plan

* Purchases and Sales
* Options and Exchanges
* Leasing
* Development
* Financing
* Entity Structure and Formation

Private Place Memorandums

A Private Placement Memorandum (PPM or "Offering") is the key element when raising capital in the real estate industry for development, residential and commercial trust deed lending and the acquisition, management and disposition of REOs and performing and nonperforming notes. A PPM includes all securities disclosures, marketing, prior performance, long-form term sheet risk factors and tax/regulatory disclosure and investor qualification and subscription. It is critical that one comply with all of the legal procedural guidelines from inception to dissolution. Federal Reg. D and State Laws require strict adherence for clients raising and managing investor funds. Our firm is able to assist clients who seek funds from parties in California or out of state.

If you are looking for investors residing outside of California, you will need to comply with Federal Regulation D. The securities offering to invest must be limited to primarily accredited investors. Compliance with Regulation D is necessary from the promotional material (including avoiding any misleading information) to the inclusion of the risk factors involved with a company that is not regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Any investments from California residents must be accredited under California guidelines that are less restrictive then SEC. California does not require a preexisting relationship with investors and allows preapproved print and mass mailing advertising and solicitation.

Our firm assists with the selection, documentation and registration of private placement memorandums, subscription agreements, and the managing corporations and limited liability companies. Federal and/or state registration is determined after interaction with the client and review of the client's business plan, state of residence, method of prospective investor contact and individual and total minimum and maximum offering amounts.

David J Ruyle
Ruyle & Ruyle
8880 Rio San Diego Dr #1000
San Diego CA 92108-1644
Tel: 619 291-5958
Fax: 619 291-5979
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