$34,000. The next morning he took it to his boss to get advise. His boss told him to just go home and then meet him at his house at 2pm and he (the boss) would take him to cash it. At some point the boss told my roommate that he would give him $1000. So he then comes home and tells me everything... Read more »
The hearing via Zoom had connection problems and was placed in waiting court claiming prior case running over time and would be called back in upon completion. After waiting 4 hours and several calls to check status and remain waiting 4 hours later I was informed the hearing was over they proceeded... Read more »
If this was a final hearing (trial), you have a limited time within which to file a properly drafted verified motion for new trial and to obtain a written ruling from the court on such motion. There are many technical aspects to such a motion, so you need a competent attorney experienced in...Read more »
You need to do an official dispute about the mortgage loan being on your credit report. It is important that you check all three (3) credit reporting companies. The same thing may be on all 3. Each agency has a web-based dispute center on their websites. You should follow-up next week to see if it...Read more »
I’m being threatened by a make believe company that they will report me for stealing company funds. I do not legally work for them and they sent me funds over cash app. Since it was sent from cash app is it legally mine? They wanted me to be a money mule for them and convert it to Bitcoin for... Read more »
Absolutely do not give this company any of your personal information. They are trying to phish you or obtain your personal details. There is a way on the cash app., I believe, to return the money, decline to accept it or report it as fraudulent. I would explore those avenues. The cash is not...Read more »
Me and my husband have been separated for 2 years but are still friends. He asked me to cash a check for him for $1400 so I deposited it through the atm. The check is in his name and he signed it and I signed under his name. He ended up going to jail on some other charges. The money was never... Read more »
I am trying to find the best financial solution to invest in real estate. I have paid off my house and would like to move in 18 months. I like this house and would like to hold on to it as a rental property. I will need the proceeds, either through the sale of the house, or from obtaining a... Read more »
Yes, you can place your home into an LLC. I recommend that you meet with a business lawyer to assist you with this process. I also believe you should consider a revocable living trust, because you have homes in separate states. A revocable living trust will allow you to avoid probate court. With...Read more »
Generally, a person has to pead guilty or "no contest" (which is the same thing as pleading guilty) in order for them to be placed on probation. And if you pleaded either of those, I'd say you are really out of luck. Then I would ask why you would do such a thing knowing you were not...Read more »
You need to contact a business lawyer in your area to discuss exactly what you mean by "an investment LLC" and what "stipulations" you want. It's possible that you're trying to do something you need to be licensed for, and/or for which you need to register the securities being sold.
We lived together for a year and she took out a ppp loan under my company. And has all funds in her accountand holds it iver my head. I have access to accounts. But have not been told I can touch the money. Nor have i been told no i want to take some and get out this relationship. Is the matter... Read more »
This is a complicated issue that can go several different ways. Just because you have access does not mean you have rights to access. By your own admission you do not have permission to touch the money. She may say you exceeded the scope of the access granted.
Since I got a protective order against son (stalking, drug charges, child abuse) his father helping by leaving me unable to drive even this vehicle I rebuilt all year. My ex took the Denali, trying to put me and children on the street.
This question is tagged for both Georgia and Texas. I don't know anything about Georgia, but in Texas, the proper method to give a vehicle as a gift requires both the Giver and the Recipient to sign an "Affidavit of Motor Vehicle Gift Transfer" and an "Application for Texas...Read more »
Probably, yes. The bank's account agreement probably gives them the right to offset what's due on one account with what's in another, even if the funds deposited there were exempt before they we deposited. You may want to contact them and work out some payout arrangement on the...Read more »
Father died back in 2019 in july verbally naming brother as PR of estate. Wondering if him charging the estate 35 dollars an hour and saying that he has 958 hours of work on the estate is unreasonable or if the judge will see that as unreasonable. He says hes done extraordinary measures the whole... Read more »
The estate is responsible for the bills. It matters not what your father said. If he did not leave a Will which has been submitted to probate (proving that it is his Will), anyone can apply to the court to settle the estate. After the court has appointed that person administrator, he may charge...Read more »
The vast majority of garnishments are done After a judgment has been awarded, so the notice would have been (at least) notice of the suit by a process server, and notice of the judgment, usually by mail. After Judgment, the creditor is not required to tell you they're going to garnish your...Read more »
Multiple dealerships locally offer “guaranteed financing” stating that there is no credit check, “your job is your credit”.. my ex wife ruined my credit. So when I needed a replacement work truck I went to several of these type of dealerships. Just for them to run my credit and turn me... Read more »
I'm an insurance agent hired as a 1099. I formed the LLC w/ S corp tax designation, but my agency can't pay my LLC unless it is licensed with the state. That requires I carry a 500k E&O policy, which costs approx. 1k/yr. Would I be able to deposit checks made out to my name into... Read more »
I don't see any reason why you could not do this provided you 1) ensure your salary is reasonable based upon fair market comps 2) issue yourself a W-2 at year end 3) pay estimated payroll tax payments monthly (or bi-monthly depending on how often you are paid...ask an accountant) 4) file 940s...Read more »
My father in law passed away in June 2020. My husband has presented all documentation to the bank within 2 weeks of his dad's passing. However, the bank keeps giving him the runaround. The bank won't provide any information as to any of his dad's accounts or when they will be... Read more »
I can imagine that there could be one of two problems:
First, it could be that the bank requires "letters testamentary" or a "small estate affidavit." These can be required by the bank, and you can only get them by going to probate court. If your father in law had a...Read more »
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