The other two attorneys are correct. Your spouse generally should not have a claim to your inheritance, even if that inheritance was converted from money to a home, however may have a claim to contributions made during the marriage.
This is a complicated question in terms of child labor laws, contracts with minors, etc. that may depend on the circumstances and age. However, I am not familiar with any general prohibition against young business owners or age requirements to create an LLC.
We never acquired an employer id number (EIN) from the IRS. We have never filed a tax return. Are we a valid corporation? Are we a valid HOA? Can the NC SoS revoke our charter? What would that mean vis-a-vis the validity of the corporation?
The age of the HOA means that it does not... Read more »
Presuming you formed an LLC with your articles of incorporation, you were required to file an annual report and pay a fee each year. If you fail to file an annual report, the state can dissolve your LLC under § 57D-6-06. You can verify whether the LLC has been dissolved on the Secretary of State...Read more »
In North Carolina, alimony is awarded based on a "totality of the circumstances" test. Cheating (or baseless accusations of cheating) are one of the factors the judge considers, especially in determining the amount. However, your spouse is not legally-barred from pursuing alimony as a...Read more »
We have been living together as husband and wife, in the same house as a married couple. I was served with divorce papers, out of the blue, for an absolute divorce. It states we have been separated for one year and we have not. We were married in 2013 and have been together on and off. However... Read more »
You can't put your husband behind bars in a civil lawsuit, as only the government can pursue criminal matters. The police are unlikely to show up and cuff him. It's actually very common for people to lie about the separation date, even if - in theory - there can be serious consequences....Read more »
We both signed a separation agreement in May of this year. The document was supposed to be filed in June. I found out a few weeks ago that the document was not going to be filed until the end of this month and that his lawyer is filing divorce papers. He also recently reported the tags on my car... Read more »
May tenants refuse landlords' requests (i.e., entry of vendors) for non-essential maintenance (i.e., issues that do NOT pose harm or a threat to habitability, and that will NOT cause further degradation to property if left until a later date) (e.g., painting walls) to avoid contact with... Read more »
The key standard for trademark law is the likelihood that consumers will be confused about who the product is coming from. Often, multiple companies with the same name can coexist because they are in different sectors. In other words, people aren't likely to think Apple got into the business...Read more »
Yes. It is legal for them to date and it is legal for them to have sex.
§ 14-27.25 covers statutory rape for minors 15 years-old or younger. For it to be statutory rape, the other person must be (a) "at least 12 years old" AND (b) "at least six years older than the...Read more »
In NC you have to separated for 12 months before your considered separated and can file divorce. My wife won’t leave home until we agree on terms. If we draft a document and sign it will it be enforceable once I file for divorce months from now? I don’t want to give her money and property only... Read more »
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