I am a co-owner of a business here in Colorado. The business is based on a Verbal Agreement between me and my partner. He had a Verbal Agreement with our client to get paid on a monthly basis for our services. Our client paid us per our Invoiced amount up until Jul 2021. He is now in the rears... Read more »
If you do not have a business entity (like an LLC or a Corporation) and your business is based on a verbal agreement and no formal arrangements, then you are likely in a "general partnership." A general partnership is the legal relationship between partners that operate a business with no...Read more »
FEIN is not yours, it is associated with the LLC. As an example, whenever informational income tax return is filed by the LLC, this number is used. I assume the reinstatement does not list you as an officer of the LLC, and all other business operations do not list you as a member of the LLC....Read more »
The LLC has had no business transaction or anything of my knowledge. It was made 1 year and 3 months ago by another Company that had made it for me without me actually being ready for it and then when I told them I don’t think I was going to be ready yet they completely cut off connections with... Read more »
1)I'm looking into 2 Institutes at the moment to study hypnotherapy. I'm trying to confirm that upon completing the course and obtaining a certificate in Clinical hypnotherapy. Along with my AAS in Health Science and being a EKG Tech/Phlebotomist and 10 years plus experience in customer... Read more »
I'm currently in a HOA board and we are trying to figure out what rules/by lawns are currently in place. How can we change them/ modify them and how to move forward. One board member says to make any changes we have to have a lawyer and then have a vote. I'd like clarification on what can... Read more »
At this point, I don't have a large clientele, so I would like to take on people as I get the jobs, like gigs. It seems like the best way to go would be to take them on as independent contractors instead of employees until I have more steady work for them. How would I go about this and what... Read more »
My company helps military veterans with their benefits and provides counseling for them to make sure they are receiving the maximum benefits they are entitled to. Would it be against the law if I bought a domain such as www.selectiveservice.com (Just a random example not the actual domain) and... Read more »
In this situation, rental income is to be used for the beneficiary's Special Needs Trust. There is a home that needs to be cleaned and rented yet the trustee has not done anything to take control of the property, clean and get it back on the rental market. I feel this is a breach of his... Read more »
A single member LLC is dissolved unless, within 90 days of the member's death, the deceased member's personal representative takes action to designate at least one new member. If an attorney was hired to handle the probate estate, talk to that attorney about it, or contact a lawyer...Read more »
I like discovering strange vintage pieces and I don't necessarily want to make "replicas" as I do want to make some alterations to the antique designs/make them more modern/brand-able. I just want to make sure I'm not stepping on anyone's toes/ violating some... Read more »
We called the dealership to get information before going so that if we didn't meet criteria then we wouldn't waste our time. So they told us over the phone that we didn't have to worry about our credit being ran, we would only have to pay $88 as a down payment, and the monthly... Read more »
2. Years ago I got diagnosed with cancer. I'm president of my business with a partner. Now that I couldn't go down there while dealing with this my partner says I'm not aloud to receive any profit from my company because I'm not there at the business right now. She's done... Read more »
The answer is going to depend on a number of factors, such as the type of business entity, the operating agreement, the division of shares, and other things. I recommend that you consult with an attorney asap. You can speak to them, send them the relevant documents, and potentially retain them to...Read more »
If an employee is under the age of 18 from a broken marriage household and does not want the employer to disclose info? for example living with one parent and the other comes in asking when she/he/they are working next?
This is more on an employment law question however first it is necessary to look at whether someone under age 18 can work. You should repost in employment law. Generally employers can not disseminate employee information to third parties without the consent of the employee, however generally...Read more »
You need to consult a lawyer but typically if a business is sold the buyer is the successor to the seller vis-a-vis existing contractual obligations, unless such are expressly excluded from the sale which in theory could result in seller's liability.
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