This is a 16 year business with a formed LLC. I would like to continue my LLC in a completely different type of business, but not if it leaves me open to future lawsuits pertaining to the business that I'm ending. Would it benefit me to end my current LLC and form a new LLC for my new venture?
It depends on many factors, the nature of business, the type of business liability insurance, etc. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local business attorney who can review all the facts and circumstances and advise you of your options.
Yes, there is not need for a legal separation first. But a dissolution requires both spouses to agree on all issues of custody, child support, division of marital property, and spousal support/alimony. If they cannot agree, then they must proceed as a divorce.
Assuming assets were properly distributed, does the trust need to file a tax return? If not, then you may be finished. I'd send a letter to the beneficiaries indicating that the trust has been wrapped up.
Yes, if you open up her Probate estate, assuming it is still in the bank. If it has es-cheated to the State, you may need to get it from the unclaimed funds. In either case, you will need to open her Probate estate and the funds will go to her heirs, either by will or, if there is no will, by...Read more »
If you are still in school, talk to a teacher, school counselor, or other trusted adult if you are unable to talk to your parents about your plans. When you turn 18, you are considered an adult. If you leave a day early, it is unlikely any action would be taken. But be sure to have medical...Read more »
The speedy trial clock is like the clock at a basketball game. 270 days, 90 if you are incarcerated awaiting trial. Seems speedy. But it pauses for every defense request and was paused in many cases for COVID-19 and pauses for this and pauses for that. A lawyer needs to sit down and go through your...Read more »
We got a dissolution last May 5,2021. And until now l still haven’t get the title of the car that we both agreed that he is going to transfer it to my name. His lawyer that we used for the dissolution was also the one who process QDRO for the car payoff but until now it hasn’t been finalized or... Read more »
I live at a 2 bedroom apartment on the first floor next to the building entrance and the stairs. The main bedroom is next to the apartment entrance and we don’t sleep in it because we simply can’t! Noisy neighbors running on the stairs and slamming doors. In addition to the upstairs neighbor... Read more »
I was passenger of the vehicle not at fault we were parked and parking spot at a convenient store. A commercial box truck slammed into us so hard they totaled the car we we were in. Me and the driver went to the ER my friend was off work 3 days with wip lash. During a MRI we found a brain aneurysm... Read more »
Under Georgia law, those that are injured through no fault of their own may be entitled to damages, which includes compensation for pain and suffering, medical bills, and lost wages. The insurance company will be responsible for paying out these sums and will most certainly try to limit their...Read more »
Copyright is a type of intellectual property that gives its owner the exclusive right to copy and distribute an original creative work in a literary, artistic, educational, or musical form. Minors may claim copyright, and the Copyright Office issues registrations to minors.
An attorney will have to review the county real estate records to determine property ownership and then probate records to determine if your father's estate went through probate. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney to review the records and advise you.
A trademark registration might have expired or been cancelled, but the owner might still have valid rights in the mark unless the owner has "abandoned" the mark. If another person begins using it, the owner can claim infringement. Whether the mark was abandoned would be determined by...Read more »
I would like my husband's grandmother to come live with us her son (husband's uncle) does not want that. I would like to get medical POA, however, she has moderate dementia. There is no POA paper work in place. He would like to put her in a nursing home, we are willing to add on to our... Read more »
She can make her own decisions until a probate court appoints someone to be her guardian. If she designates a POA, then the person named can take action on her behalf. But another family member, like her son, could challenge it in probate court and ask to be guardian. The judge would then...Read more »
I have evidence that my wife cheated while we were married. Will the judge consider her actions when dividing marital property? We don't have kids, just property that will be split. We bought the house after the marriage but she has the mortgage in her name and has made all of the payments.
If your spouse spent money on the other person, those funds might be recovered. But usually, such things don't affect the division of property or determination of any spousal support. The house is marital property, subject to division of its value. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a...Read more »
The the youngest is now 58 I should have never bought that house it should have been whipped or given to us from a divorce agreement between my father and my mother that was her thing my father is deceased but his spouse at the time of purchasing the house has inherited his home now and all of his... Read more »
There are many factors to be considered in determining what you might be able to do, but it is too complicated to discuss on-line. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local probate attorney who can review the situation and all the facts with you, and then advise you of any rights that you have...Read more »
I am faced with having my monthly payment increase significantly and I am in a better position to pay my creditors 100%. I am thinking of asking for a voluntary dismissal but have some questions, pros and cons. First after dismissal I assume my creditors will come after me but can I negotiate to... Read more »
For the final accounting, on one hand the court told me I cannot spend any more money once the ward has passed. On the other hand I was told to take my fees and get rid of all the money in her guardian account. I feel my hands are tied and I can’t figure out how to do this final accounting. There... Read more »
The probate court must approve expenditures, fees, and the final accounting. A local probate attorney can help you finalize the estate. If not done properly, you could be held financially liable for any errors. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local probate attorney.
Ohio does not allow a minor to seek emancipation, so talk to a teacher, school counselor, or other trusted adult about your situation. Emancipation cannot be accomplished by an act of the child alone. Emancipation is generally through the act of the child's parents regarding terminating child...Read more »
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