Some companies have employment agreements that include non-competition provisions which prohibit the employee from soliciting their clients for a period of time after the employee leaves the company. If your company does not have such a provision to which you have agreed, then after you have...Read more »
Congratulations on starting your nonprofit. You have chosen an unusual path by using the LLC formation method. One of the first things you will likely want to do is to file a "statement of information" with the Secretary of State -- usually within about 90 days from when you filed your...Read more »
HOA has 5 board members which appointed by president. No elections at all. Is that legal? I have been asked for the election and no board member answers. Also I found out some board member on the position for 12 years and they use HOA water and HOA Garderner for private land. For such small... Read more »
There are attorneys who practice HOA law. Speak with one about your situation. [I litigate cases. Anything posted here must not be construed as legal advice, nor as grounds for forming an attorney-client relationship. You should seek an attorney for formal legal advice and representation.]
Likely so and, if not, the formula is no doubt kept secret. [I litigate cases. Anything posted here must not be construed as legal advice, nor as grounds for forming an attorney-client relationship. You should seek an attorney for formal legal advice and representation.]
The answer you seek will have to come from studying industry standards for the kind of consulting you will be doing. As an IC you have the right to charge whatever you wish, and in many industries, contractors charge for travel to and from worksites.
Anyone can allow you to manage their money. There are no requirements for you to do so. Having a business of, or charging for, managing someone else's money can a different story and is more complicated.
I'm sorry to say, your question doesn't make sense. Businesses are registered with the state, not registered at a property. Perhaps you can try asking your question again, but give the lawyers more information about what you need. Sorry about that!
I have been operating a small business as a sole proprietor and I'm at the point of needing to form an S-corp. My chosen name is too similar to another name, so the company helping me to complete the filing has asked me to find an alternative. Should I go with something COMPLETELY different,... Read more »
As you might imagine, the answer is "it depends" ... the first question is ... have you engaged or requested the "name research" and/or achieved the "name reservation" on your first choice for the corporation's name? The second question is how will your name...Read more »
Other party did not uphold end as far as expenses and working business hours. Within 45 days of opening We have decided to part ways but now they are asking for double their investment which was about 15 percent of expenses to open the business. What are they entitled to. There is no written... Read more »
This will be hopefully resolved in four initial steps:  engage an attorney/mediator to assist the parties in working toward a resolution in one or two video calls with all parties - there are a few law firms that will offer this service for free ...  if mediation does not work, then to engage...Read more »
Well ... some of the answer will depend upon your address location ... and what your local city or county requires for "home businesses". Additionally, since the advent of SB5 [employee/independent contractor status] most individuals and businesses will want you to have a business...Read more »
The hearing was done remotely, and I have no idea how to ask for further review
my appeal was granted, but compliance has not been what was ordered. There are a few other concerns I need him to be aware of. I've tried all other ways to resolve the issues, but nothing is working. I feel... Read more »
On the filing of article incorporation of a NPO, two purposes available for ticking : Public purpose and Charitable purpose. What’s the difference? Also If Public purpose is checked can the organization still get 501(c)(3) tax exempt status ?
A friend of mine Give me a check and asked me to put in my account it cleared the bank refuses to give me the money for the money cleared on the 14th I just found out today the 23rd They told me they wanted my friend to verify himself so I went and got him got all the documents to verify himself... Read more »
To form an LLC, a document is filed with the CA Secretary of State which specifies the name of the company, and some basic details such as whether the LLC will have a manager, what will be the nature of its business, and who will act as agent for service of process. Then, you will need what is...Read more »
This house already functions as a co-operative. The current owners are selling and past residents would like to organize to purchase the property. This will need to be done fairly quickly. We have the funds for a down payment and to do some repairs however we'd like to know the best way to... Read more »
Assuming that the "financing" will support it, the initial answer would be the LLC ... which, depending upon how the LLC Operating Agreement is drafted, will allow relatively easy "in & out" of LLC Members and some level of asset protection for the individuals. The best next...Read more »
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