The business license is in my name. She is considered an employee on taxes. I can do everything without her help. She can't operate the business without me. Its a strictly labor based business. Small home based business. Just us 2 working the business.
Is she an owner of the business or just an employee? If she is an owner than every time you take an owner's draw she needs an equal amount distributed to her. I would have thought that the divorce decree would have addressed this issue. If it hasn't addressed this issue, then here are...View More
A Utah County sheriff deputy pulled me over and arrested me on suspicion of a DUI (2nd offense within 10 years). At my first appearance I learned the prosecutor had not filed any charges. I was informed they were waiting for results of the chemical tests. 5 months later an Order to Show Cause... View More
My dog barks ar the neighbor when he first comes outside but does stop after a minute or when I call him My neighbors has come up to the fence screaming at my dog he threatened he’s going to tie my dog to my bed and kill him. He put razor barb wire on the top of the fence even made the fence so... View More
Is there a way to get this reduced? I am on disability of $1400 a month, have no car, just trying to break even with the cheapest rent, I could find. I have a pre-trial date of Nov. 22. How does this work? I filed for bankrupcy about 3 yrs. ago. The collector just seems to want to pay it all... View More
In Utah, you can potentially sue a company for using pictures of something you built without crediting you, but the outcome depends on various factors. For personalized legal advice tailored to your unique circumstances, it's advisable to consult with an attorney.
Your boyfriend's ability to pursue legal action for recognition as the builder in published photos of his work would depend on the terms of any contract he had with the company and on copyright laws related to authorship and works made for hire. If there was an agreement that credits him as...View More
Predatory pricing refers to the practice of setting prices so low that competitors are unable to compete, ultimately allowing the company engaging in this practice to establish a dominant market position and raise prices later. While predatory pricing is generally considered anti-competitive and...View More
I created an LLC to accept payments from and to pay Property Management company on a property that is under my name not my LLC. I am just looking for general advice as to what the best practices are? Should I change the title/deed to the LLC or is it possible to rent my property using a Property... View More
You can hold the property in your own name or in the name of the LLC. When renting out property, it is often a good idea to place the property in your LLC and then do business with the tenants as an LLC. This includes having all payments go directly to an LLC account created with its own tax ID...View More
In Utah, there is no law that specifically requires landlords to return rent to tenants who are evicted for non-criminal offenses. However, the terms of the lease may require the landlord to return rent. If the lease does not address the issue of returning rent after an eviction, the landlord is...View More
There are signs that say bringing a firearm into the building is illegal, unless on "official business". If I am "performing the authorized duties and responsibilities of an employee’s position", is that not "official business"?
Under Utah law, an individual with a valid concealed carry permit may generally carry a concealed firearm. However, specific properties, including certain governmental facilities, can prohibit firearms on their premises. The language about "official business" could be interpreted in...View More
I started working for a program that advertised and was written in my onboarding documents as paying 16 hours per day. They have since asked for the same level of comitment and hourly work but only will allow me to report 13 hours without getting approval beforehand for overtime. I never signed any... View More
For a case involving wrongful termination due to an allergic reaction to workplace chemicals, you would typically seek an employment lawyer with experience in wrongful termination and workplace discrimination cases.
In Utah, speeding 31 mph or more over the speed limit is considered a Class B misdemeanor, which is more serious than a typical speeding ticket. Since you're a minor, the penalties might differ from those for adults and could involve not just fines but also impact on your driving privileges....View More
A Utah attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Not all questions are picked up here, but you could try add the categories "Civil Rights" and "Employment Law." That could give better chances of a response. Good luck
When looking at the USPTO this mark is shown as abandoned. If the USPTO mark the trademark as dead then it is no longer protected and someone else can file for the mark. If the mark is still in-use and registered/active another individual or company would be unable to register for the mark.
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