The members/managers here want to "dissolve" (wind up) their LLC, but they don't have an operating agreement that addresses winding up. Also, that LLC previously forfeited its charter under the Tax Code for failure to pay its franchise taxes. I'm wondering if, under the Texas... Read more »
It depends on whether there are unpaid debts and what assets there are that need to be sold or distributed. For example, if the LLC owns real estate, at present, no one is able to sign a deed for the LLC, and reinstatement would be necessary; if all that's left is some office furniture and...Read more »
stating that property acquired during the marriage is the sole property of the spouse who purchased it. The title co is set on having him "convey title" to me because the divorce decree "didn't address this". Well, there was no need to "address this" because of... Read more »
log splitter was our livlihood and he had no right to take it. he smashed the gate with our box van and ruined a $1000 hydrolic lift, messed the gate to where i could not secure the property, and left me in a financial mess and an emotional wreck. Ive lost alot of income without the wood wee sell... Read more »
It sounds like you may have a claim for property taken and damaged. Whether that claim makes sense to pursue depends on how much was lost, and the likelihood of collecting a judgment from the person who caused the damage. I suggest you gather your documentation and consult with a lawyer in your...Read more »
Hello, me and my ex split 2 months ago and before splitting we both decided to get a dog. We got the dog for free (from a friend of my ex) but my ex is trying to keep the dog completely. I have spent the same amount of money as her on food, paid for vet bills, attending the visits, kept her over... Read more »
Sorry, even though we love them and treat them as children, dogs are property, and it sound like this one belongs to both of you, which means that neither of you can take the dog and hide it from the other.
Realistically, if you can't work out some joint arrangement, let her have the...Read more »
My father, who has previously been diagnosed with dementia/alzheimers, is recovering from covid and is having complications. He seems to be having stroke or heart attack symptoms after testing negative and the nursing home he is in isn't fully equipped to handle his recovery in my opinion. The... Read more »
The only way you can obtain power of attorney to act for your father is if he is capable of giving it, and does so. A guardianship requires court action, after proof that your father is unable to make his own decisions. (BTW, "Power of Attorney" refers to the document, not the person,...Read more »
There may be an easement, which would be recorded in the real property records, or in a deed. If not, he may be able to sue you to obtain an easement of necessity if the road running through your property is the only way to access his property. The answer to your question will require a review of...Read more »
If there is still a tax lien on the property after it is sold, and the seller provided a warranty of title, or the contract provided for such a warranty, then the lien would be evidence of a breach of the contract, not a defense.
everything, the assistant gave the medicine to a family friend of ours. The family friend is super controlling. She will not let me and my girlfriend, the dog's owners, to give him the medicine every day. So we have my girlfriend's mother coming over to give him his medicine every two... Read more »
Of course, that depends. If you're the plaintiff, you can simply file a motion to dismiss those defendants. If you're a defendant, you can see if you can get the plaintiff to agree to dismiss you, or do the necessary discovery to allow you to get out with a motion for summary judgment.
My husband refuses to let me take my dog with me because I am leaving him and he has 5 other dogs and no job. I have an American bully I have paid all his vet bills and am very close to this dog as so is the dog with me. Can I take my dog do I just need to call the police when I get my belongings... Read more »
I can’t walk my dogs freely without fear of being attacked by the pack of dogs her dog has attracted. I called the cops but they just spoke to her and nothing has changed. I contacted the city shelter and they haven’t done anything. Can i sue her for depriving me of enjoyment of life?
Sorry, there's no question here, only a statement.
If the house was bought during the marriage, it's presumably community property. If that's the case, it doesn't matter whose name is on the title or mortgage and regardless of who "pays the bills," the...Read more »
I have 3 kids with someone I was with for 10 years. We are no longer together but we still live together in a home we both purchased. Our names are on the house but we are not married. I started going to school and working on my debt. I want to have everything settled before I move out. With me... Read more »
Your rights are determined by the deed, not the financing. If both your names are on the deed, you own a 50% interest in the house, whether you pay any bills or not, and regardless of whose name is on the financing.
That being said, if the mortgage doesn't get paid, the mortgage...Read more »
Where the land cannot be partitioned, the partition happens by sale of the property, with each owner taking their share. The shares are computed taking into account any income received from the property, and expenses incurred, both of which are shared by all the owners.
Mother and Father shared joint custody and successfully co-parented. She has recently passed. Her sister wants the 14 yr old. In staying with his father, he will remain in the same school and maintain his extracurricular activities. I'm just wondering if there are any laws or loopholes that... Read more »
We agreed to stay in this house for two years. This was a verbal agreement. The first year, 2020, the landlord’s son would be here. Starting 2021, it would just be my family. Landlord agreed to pay taxes for 2020 & 2021, and if we decided to stay into 2022, we would begin paying the taxes.... Read more »
Oral agreements for more than one year are not enforceable. So, what you have is a month to month tenancy, which can be changed by either of you with 30 days notice. However, it's not clear what was emailed, which could change the analysis.
Texas is a community property state and Maine is not. Do I need my husband's written permission to sell my portion of the property so my sister and I can split the profits with our siblings? The property is being legally split into two different sections to sell. Both my sister and I will... Read more »
You don't say where the property is located, which makes a difference, however in any case you won't need "permission" to sell. Assuming the property is in Texas, however, a title company may require that he co-sign the deed, so that there is no question later about whether any...Read more »
My ex girlfriend is suing me for my dogs. 1 I got from my boss when she was living in another state. The other I purchased from a friend for $200. I’ve paid 65-90% of the bills for them. She did put her name on the vet bills eventually and would watch the dogs when I was out of town for work. She... Read more »
The judge will look at the evidence and decide who they think is most credible. If the dogs have been together, it's unlikely that they'd be separated, especially if the evidence of who has been caring for them is the same.
You probably have records of what you've paid,...Read more »
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