My daughter was in an accident. The car and insurance was in my name at the time of the accident. The amount of the claim is $19,500 for hospital bills. My insurance covers up to $25,000 and that is what they are asking for. I do not have any assets or extra income for them to come after. I just... View More
You likely have a lawyer provided by your insurer if you are at this point. the lawyer should be able to advise you as to your best next step- to provide the affidavit or not- and what to include/ disclose. If you want to get a second opinion - you would probably need to show the affidavit to a...View More
A limited liability company has members and membership interests. Yes, you can purchase 99% of the interest in the LLC - but if you are leaving one percent- is that for the old owner- so they would be one percent equity owner? This sounds like a structure of membership issue. It may be...View More
My husband passed away 3 1/2 months ago. Due to grief and stress I signed a contract. But little did I know due to my reduced income and credit score I was unable to buy or rent anything. Do I have any options?
My sister was killed in a car crash in Tennessee. The driver is being charged with vehicular and reckless homicide. My sister (33) did not have a spouse or children. So who can sue for wrongful death? Can it be my dad, myself and my other sister together? Or is just my dad?
I am very sorry for your loss. The statutory answer is in the below statute. I would suggest creating an estate and having the personal representative file any action. Beyond this Tennessee has a one-year statute of limitations. So be careful and don't let the time run on a claim....View More
We are moving out of state, and we are considering to rent our house (long term rent) instead of selling. I checked the CCRs and did not find anything about renting/leasing, except for this “No Lot shall be used except for residential purposes and except for those uses permitted to the Declarant... View More
You should 1) check in your neighborhood - are there other long-term rentals? Is there a homeowner's association - confirm with them that they do not object to long term rentals and that there is not an amendment or change to the master documents.
We are a co-defendant in a garnishment. Plaintiff states that we are the co-defendant's employer. The defendant is a consultant (1099 employee) and we do not garnish wages for consultants. We want to get dismissed from this lawsuit without the need to hire an attorney.
You have indicated you are a co-defendant in a garnishment. I am not clear on what you mean. I will assume that you are not a defendant - but rather you received a garnishment in regard to party that had a judgment entered against them.
If that is the case, you need to respond to the...View More
My mom passed in October and didn’t leave a will. Me and my two older sisters, of course, inherit her house. The oldest has her own home and doesn’t want any ownership. Me and the middle daughter were living in the home with my mother, and are now. We had agreed to sign a contract pertaining to... View More
I am assuming you are correct that you and your two sisters inherited the house. Based upon this the three sisters have an undivided 1/3 interest in the property. I understand you and a sister live in the house. The third sister owns an interest...View More
We have 2 LLCs that have partial shared ownership, 2 people are owners in both, 2 more are owners in just one. We are hoping to have an S Corp that is owned by the 2 that own both to employ everyone that currently works in the LLCs to consolidate and simplify things for employees and compliance.... View More
You could set up an entity to provide employees to both and then be reimbursed by both entities for the employees. Or the employees could be employed by one entity and when they work for the other - the other entity reimburses the first entity for the time of the employees.
It is my understanding that it is not enough for one party to prove he/she did not intend a binding contract but must prove that both parties agreed there was no binding contract between them. Is this correct in TN law?
Both parties must agree to as to the formation of a contract - a unilateral "contract" generally would not be binding. But contracts can be formed by one party requesting an action and the other party performing and the performance is an acceptance- so your question's answer may be fact specific.
I have an online business that I made with a friend but everything is in my name included the LLC but he is in a good amount of the footage that our online course provides but his name is literally on nothing except for about half of the videos. I do think he should be payed something but how do I... View More
Your post indicates that you are the only member of the LLC and from this I am assuming all of the online content is owned by either you or the LLC. You don't indicate the agreement with this other person - and you likely should discuss this with a lawyer rather than creating another post. -...View More
I sued someone for breach of contract. This individual has 10 days to appeal. If they don't appeal and I still don't get my money I sued for, when and how do I follow through with a writ of possession?
I received a FB notice about this settlement: Facebook, Inc. Consumer Privacy User Profile Litigation, Case No. 3:18-md-02843-VC, United States District Court for the Northern District of California. After several tries by phone & email, I cannot get a suitable answer to my question from their... View More
Whether your landlord can change the rate "mid-term" in the lease will depend on the language in the lease. If there is no provision allowing for this- then - no, the landlord shouldn't be able to change the rate during the term of the lease.
We charge a fee for pets but how do we know if the guests animals are really service animals or emotional support animals since we can’t ask for proof? When people come in saying they have either they never come in with the animal so we don’t see a vest/harness even when we look on the cameras... View More
How far can I be excepted to travel for this and how often can they subpoena me for this? I have no assets so it seems as harassment once they are aware of that. I was sued 4 counties (>100 miles) away in Tennessee in Chancery court.
Without more details it is hard to answer. Look up motions for Protective Orders in Tennessee or you may need to hire a lawyer to file one for you. I am not sure whether you are entitled to relief- but that would be one avenue to approach.
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