I would like to consult with a business lawyer who has experience in the above matter. The business will be registered in FL.
This online business is an Online Platform that will be a database with Offshore workers' information from Europe and Asia.
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answered on Apr 1, 2023
You are posting in the Q&A forum. If your goal is to hire an attorney to provide legal services, you may want to search the directory and reach out to a few attorneys directly. Good luck!
We share a business currently 20-80 cut. 20% me, and I’d like to sell them my home for a 65% cut of the business to make it 65%/35% new terms
answered on Mar 13, 2023
Yes provided the mortgagee agrees to the assumption of the mortgage. Try to get a release from the Mortgagee for future obligations under the mortgage. You will have to transfer the home by a deed recorded with the County Clerk and pay documentary stamp taxes on the balance of the mortgage... Read more »
My mother in law retired and she moved to El Salvador she wants us to take over her morgatge and she wants us to keep the house and pay for it , but how can we protect our selves from her not trying to get her house back in a future ?
answered on Mar 7, 2023
You would ask her to give you a deed to the property. Be sure to ask the mortgage lender to agree, so as not to trigger the due-on-sale clause of the mortgage.
My start up company involves animal training and education. I registered as an LLC initially, but recently other business owners have been recommending that I switch to an S Corp. I was told that I would be better protected. Could you please define the differences between the two, pros and cons,... Read more »
answered on Mar 3, 2023
For your purposes, LLC is easier and provides the same advantages, if not more, than an S Corp.
Here is what an AI robot says (I do not agree with No.1 under "disadvantages." )
Advantages and disadvantages of LLC over an S Corp.
Limited Liability Companies (LLCs)... Read more »
answered on Feb 23, 2023
Yes, you should register as a DBA, but I would additionally say it is simple enough and you should consider possibly just creating an LLC as well, it looks more professional for a business and if you discuss with an attorney, they can explain how it can create additional potential liability... Read more »
It is important to know what Treaty Florida uses to sell land.
answered on Feb 7, 2023
Hi, there is more information needed to answer this question properly. The State of Florida can acquire properties in foreclosure for unpaid taxes and other surplus lands pursuant to the Murphy Act. Please provide additional information.
Former and Current Board Members Are Posting on Web Sites [NOT ADMINISTERED BY THE BOARD] about the Corporation Internal Affairs, Including, but Not Limited to - NEXTDOOR - ORLANDO TRILOGY RESIDENTS (CASCADES/GROVELAND RESIDENTS, PAST AND PRESENT) - OFFICIAL CASCADES OF GROVELAND RESIDENTS... Read more »
answered on Jan 29, 2023
Interesting issue, which I don't have expertise in, but my somewhat-educated guess is: Regarding the issue of disclosure itself, without regard to whether it causes damage to the corporation, the answer to your question may depend on whether your corporation has a written confidentiality... Read more »
I am a yacht teak deck installation specialist. I have an LLC in Florida for this service. This is a service only and does not involve the selling or reselling of anything. Usually I am sub contracted by other teak decking companies. I have some contract work along the West Coast lined up in... Read more »
answered on Jan 5, 2023
My experience with filing Articles of Organization via e-fax is it becoming effective the next business day. I have never had to wait 8 weeks. When you file the Articles of Organization specify an effective date 5 business days before the filing date. See Section 605.0702 of the Florida Statutes.
A business agreement was drawn up with an LLC but not signed.
answered on Oct 28, 2022
Florida law recognizes oral agreements in some situations- its the duration of the agreement more so than the nature of the agreement. However, in order for an oral agreement to bind, a court would have to determine that both parties acknowledge that there was an agreement made (meeting of the... Read more »
I just filed an LLC in the state of Florida. The name is "Alternative Hair, LLC". I want to do all of my branding and marketing under the name "Alternative Hair Co." Or "Alt Hair Co.". It's my understanding that an LLC is a "Co." (company) and that I... Read more »
answered on Oct 19, 2022
"Corporations" are companies and can use "Co." in their title. They can also use the words "Corporation," "Company," "Incorporated," and "Inc."
LLCs are not "corporations." They are limited liability companies and must use "LLC."
Try to get a d/b/a.
How do I document the entire process and modify the corporation articles?
answered on Aug 12, 2022
It depends on a couple of things. First, what does the operating agreement say about the withdrawal of members. If there is no operating agreement, then the withdrawal has to comply with Florida's LLC act. This isn't an expensive thing for a business lawyer to do, but you should really... Read more »
What are the legal implications for doing this in Florida? What is the employer or technically landlord responsible for? Thank you
answered on Aug 9, 2022
I have a client that has done this as a franchisee. You have to find a location and negotiate a master lease with the landlord with the landlord understanding that you will be subdividing and subleasing the premises to various subtenants. You need to check that the zoning will allow the intended... Read more »
The paper restricts all HVAC jobs, both as an owner and employee for a 50-mile radius of a territory where he makes the most money. Im scared to sign it. It's an entire year id be unable to work in the industry if I left for any reason.
answered on Jul 21, 2022
The covenant not to compete will probably be enforceable as it appears reasonable in time, scope, duration and protects the legitimate interest of the owner.
My boyfriend and I started a Handyman business in Jan 2021. At the time, an LLC was established and he was listed as the single member. We decided to set it up that way until it was decided I was staying in FL with him. I do all of the accounting and I was a joint owner on the business bank... Read more »
answered on Jul 12, 2022
It appears you may have to file suit to establish your rights. Confer with an attorney.
I'm dissolving a Florida LLC and on the form it asks for "A description of occurrence that resulted in the limited liability company's dissolution" and I'm not sure of how to answer.
My operating agreement states:
The Company will operate until terminated... Read more »
answered on Jun 23, 2022
If the members have decided to dissolve the LLC, you should have a resolution contained in a Consent of Members in Luie of a Special Meeting signed by all members. You can then check the appropriate box.
answered on Jun 2, 2022
If you will have a presence in Florida, you have to domesticate your Ohio nonprofit here in Florida.
I filed an LLC, and then realized I made a mistake, an hour later. Assuming I have to send in an amendment to the state, when does that become legally binding? When does the LLC become recognized as a multi member llc and not as a single member ? I am setting up the LLC to give some of my assets a... Read more »
answered on May 24, 2022
The articles should be file-stamped to show the date when they received it, even if they are unable to update the web site (Sunbiz, if Florida) immediately.
answered on May 10, 2022
You would want to speak with a Florida Business Attorney and make changes to the LLC Operating Agreement and you would want to make any applicable changes to the Florida Department of State documents as they relate to business and ownership via an amendment probably as well.
answered on Apr 21, 2022
You do not have to register as a member. Your ownership should be reflected in the Operating Agreement.
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