Certainly, you should speak to your attorney about filing a motion to reopen the case and obtain permission to file the appropriate documents. He or she should obviously comply with your request. Refiling is also a possibility, but there are factors that might prevent it.
We each have adult children and grandchildren, we are 68 and 67 years. All assets are joint, however, we would like to create a trust to protect each other and set things up the way we wish. Is this something you or your office can assist us with? Thanks so much, we live in Munith Michigan.
Yes, we can help. The situation you describe is actually not uncommon. The fact that you are not husband and wife presents a few technical issues, but is not a bar to allowing you to arrange your affairs the way you describe.
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I started an LLC for software-as-a-service in Michigan and I am getting clients from Ohio and Illinois, I wanted to know that do I need to file an LLC in all states from where I get clients or I can do business from my Michigan LLC only, and where do I pay income tax?
The filing of Articles of Organization in the other states in which you are doing business is not appropriate. Doing so would create separate entities that would have to be treated accordingly.
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