Banks are given broad authority to place holds on checks to ensure their authenticity, even if you have a history of depositing similar checks without issues. Factors like a sudden large amount, differences in the check's appearance, or any discrepancies in the information could flag the...View More
WYOMING - I'm 'renting' my house to my ex husband's son, his girlfriend, her kid, and their new baby. No lease agreement, so it's month-to-month. They aren't very consistent with rent (basically I've accepted as long as it's within the month). Recently I... View More
Wyoming C -Corp Startup Business. Only got limited corporate filing completed. Over the brief course of our collaboration, we verbally agreement to build this business together, with the intention of formalizing our partnership through a shareholders' agreement that never happened. With... View More
He used her debit card at 17 diff locations in our city in 3 days and this will be his first offense. The bank says they will press charges and my mother says she won’t press charges, but the bank has contacted the police so won’t the police move forward with their investigation and charge him... View More
In Wyoming, the relevant section of law for matters related to corporations, including the signing of a board of directors' resolution, can be found in the Wyoming Business Corporation Act (W.S. 17-16). This statute outlines the various aspects of corporate governance, including the duties and...View More
To obtain a printable writ of execution based on your circuit court order in Wyoming, follow these steps: Contact the circuit court's clerk's office where the order was issued and provide relevant case information. Fill out required forms with accurate details about the judgment and...View More
They sold their business to J. J pays them monthly. J misappropriated covid relief funds and the IRS is going after him for $1,000,000. They are now going after my parents too and have take over $122,000 from them on 2 separate occasions. How can we get their money protected and the IRS to leave... View More
Your parents need to consult with a tax attorney. It is impossible to give you advice in this format Most of us offer a free consultation. Just tell your parents to stay away from the places they see advertised on TV.
A Wyoming attorney could advise best. In terms of a general obligation and good faith, someone or their parents can be liable. Legally, it could depend on state-specific parental liability laws, which only a local attorney could advise on. Good luck
I gave my two week notice,was called into the office and was told i had infractions concerning the company policy,was wrote up on several items,at the last day of my resignation week,i was called back into office and terminated.
It depends. Some states require payment of accrued vacation time because this is a part of the compensation package. But accrued sick leave is not treated the same way. Unable to tell about your PTO. This case arises under EMPLOYMENT/BENEFITS/WAGE law. You need to discuss with an attorney in your...View More
What do you mean that your Mother sold her Estate? Until she is dead there is no Estate. Is this based on some instrument of conveyance? If so, is the purchaser pursuing the property? You definitely need to consult with a WY attorney, search the title to any real property and look into her...View More
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