I was the bosses daughters boss at another job. We ended up getting married but before we got married, the dad asked me to come work for him. I worked there for 16 yrs and ran the place for 10-12 yrs. Parents of wife said that I would always have job if we ever got divorced. Part of the business... Read more »
You may be entitled to a portion of any community interest in this business. But from the information you provided, it is not possible to tell. I strongly recommend that you discuss this with your divorce lawyer. Once your lawyer knows the facts, he or she will be able to let you know your legal...Read more »
It might still be valid. This depends upon how the sale was structured and the agreements made with the buyer. I recommend that you discuss with an employment law attorney before you make any decisions.
Thank you for your question. The answers depend upon where you live. You need to contact the city or municipality to answer whether or not a permit is required. However you also need to think about taxes on the money that you earn. I recommend you speak with the city or municipality regarding...Read more »
You are not competent to read the law and determine what it means and whether you can do what you are trying to do. While I have not read the law either I can tell you that if ANY Florida law requires any sort of "certification" before anyone can do whatever the law covers, you cannot...Read more »
This sounds like a valuable service you are providing to protect people and it is commendable. But the question is very fact-intensive and crosses over a number of different areas involving bulk freight, where it's possible that import-export or shipping consultants who are close to these...Read more »
This is something on which an Arizona attorney could advise best. But your post remains open for three weeks. Many states administer license exams for this - you should be able to find the answer without an attorney by researching the public entity in Arizona that oversees this activity, whether...Read more »
I'm about to purchase a few images and logos for my small start up business online and the seller is a freelancer from overseas I want to make sure the photos or images are not stolen or I think the term is copyrighted by anyone else before I use them online for my business is there a way to do this
If you can save a JPEG of the photo, you can drop it into the Google images search bar and see if there are other images out there like it. Unfortunately, searching the Copyright Office's website is not as user-friendly as the USPTO's website. I can assist you in doing a comprehensive...Read more »
My company is considering making an IP Holding company and is interested in moving all the Intellectual Property rights over to the IP Holding company. We know that we can do individual Intellectual Property Assignments of our IPs, but were wondering if it would be possible to create a general... Read more »
The answer to your question depends on the type of IP rights you are seeking to transfer. If you are talking about patents, you can do an assignment agreement for a group of patents/applications that will have to be recorded in the patent office for each patent/application. This agreement will...Read more »
I have already gone thru the courts and filed a judgement and still nothing. There has to be a way to enforce payment or jail for such actions owes me $250k. The state can jail you for non payment why don't I have the same ability?
There are law firms that specialize in collection of judgments. You can contact them to see if there are any avenues you can pursue to collect the judgment. If you believe the business was engaged in fraud, you can contact the Arizona Attorney General's Office to file a complaint and see if...Read more »
This is a civil matter (contract dispute). If the amount is $10,000 or less, you may file a claim through small claims court without hiring an attorney. You must make sure that you have any documentation of your agreement or the services you provided and if you are to present any witnesses you need...Read more »
This isn't a referral service; it's just a question and answer board. If you want to find an attorney, you could contact those on this site under the Find-a-Lawyer tab above, conduct your independent searches, or try the State Bar of Arizona. Good luck
A non-compete agreement can be transferable. The agreement should be reviewed by an attorney to see if it is made specifically transferable to a successor entity by its terms. I recommend having your agreement reviewed by an attorney. It would also be helpful to your attorney to know more about...Read more »
I own a delivery company it's a small business I have my LLC. I have contracts in three states and have just gotten one in Washington. I was wanting to know what the small business laws are for my company?
I don't know exactly how to word it but basically if someone does... Read more »
This is a somewhat open-ended question where attorneys could be hesitant to offer guidance; the list could be very broad and exhaustive. You could consult with an Arizona attorney to discuss your needs and budget, and address things that are reasonable and practicable to be concerned with. You...Read more »
My business partner and I started a restaurant from the ground up. We raised the money on kickstarter and this was my first venture as a business owner. She had many other businesses. When we went to get the business license she told me that I coudnt be on it cause I had bad credit. We have made... Read more »
Not being a member of the LLC is a disadvantage. But it sounds like you may have sufficient proof to establish that you were a partner in this business and, if so, you may be entitled to your share of any net sales proceeds after payment of the bills of the business. I recommend consulting with...Read more »
Since you live in New York and the potential defendant lives in Pennsylvania, it makes very little sense to sue for one month's worth of the contract because it will cost you at least that amount to do so. As to whether you should sue for the remainder of whatever it is you wanted to purchase,...Read more »
I'm subcontracting a company to do security testing on a client. The subcontractor says that they have a master agreement and propriatary information that they need signed by the client. How would I go about doing that so that I'm protecting myself from them dealing directly with the... Read more »
I purchased several gold coins at auction and paid by personel check. Seller has only provided one out of eight coins and I'm still owed about $8000 and other fees. Do I hire a lawyer in Pima Co or Washington state? I need to place a lien or attach seller's assets based on judgement.
Changing the address of the company to my address and appointing myself as the new statutory agent as the only surviving member. His heirs are now threatening to dissolve the company. Can they do that? The company was not part of their family trust.
The family of the deceased member might be able to dissolve your LLC. Your Operating Agreement may be of help. It may have provided a succession plan in the event one of the members died. I recommend that you consult with an attorney concerning your legal rights and best options for preserving...Read more »
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