If your dates are accurate, if you wait 2 months you will have met the time requirement. This would be the safest route. There may be some issues as to the enforceability of the terms of your non-compete. But simply putting your business you will be doing in your wife's name is probably not...Read more »
My friend has made construction changes to the business and revamped it partially. The old boss started her new job and they are waiting for the lawyer to come back in town to sign the papers. Also, the old boss announced the change on social media that my friend was taking over and would buy her... Read more »
You cannot practice law in Tennessee without admission to the bar or in limited circumstances being supervised by someone who is admitted. Is your question about entering into a business partnership with a lawyer?
In my home state we grant out of state licensing to companies that have not met our state required apprenticeship guidelines. As long as they have met the apprenticeship guidelines in their home state and it meets or exceeds the timeframe required in my home state they can open on their own without... Read more »
Contact the Circuit court clerk in the county where you want to have your main location. In Tennessee, the Courts are divided up into "judicial districts" ( usually a grouping of 4/5 counties, but here are some in the larger cities where there is only one county in the District). In...Read more »
You should check with the "county clerk" in you county. Obviously, you won't need anything from the City, but there could also be a county business license. Some types of businesses are exempt, so a phone call to that office might be enough.
Sit down with a local business lawyer and CPA to determine best options for you.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is...Read more »
The primary advantage to forming a LLC (limited liability company) is that you can possibly avoid personal liability for alleged torts or breaches of contract on the part of the company. There may also be tax advantages for your particular situation.
There is no question here. Talk to a local business lawyer.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is general information that is given for legal education only. It is not legal advice, and it may not work for your specific...Read more »
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