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In most states you can't use an assumed name as the person who is d/b/a for another assumed name. In other words if you are ***** ***** d/b/a Just Creative that's okay, but can't be Just Creative d/b/a Just Technical. Because there must be the name of a real person, firm or corporation behind an assumed name, not another fictitious name. You could be: ***** ***** d/b/a Just Technical, f/k/a Just Creative. It may be a little awkward, but it's legal. I hope this information is helpful.
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