Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer Yes, you can give your interest in the property to whomever you desire. However, you can also sue your nephew and probably force a sale that way. This might be the best way to sever ties with your nephew because the net amount of money received from the forced sale would then be divided equally between you and your nephew. Hire a lawyer.
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer 1. If a former employee falsified a lease without permission from the owners of the corporation the corporation may have a viable cause of action--if the unauthorized act caused actual damage to the corporation.
2. If your S corporation's bank accounts have been levied it must have been the result of a lawsuit against the S corporation; and if that is true then the corporation--not you--must have been served with the summons and complaint.
Neil Pedersen's answer Unfortunately it looks like your post was not complete. We therefore do not have your question. Generally know that being terminated while out on disability leave is not per se unlawful. However being terminated under such circumstances certainly raises several red flags of possible unlawful conduct by the employer. It would therefore be wise for you to locate and consult with an experienced employment law attorney as soon as possible to explore your facts and determine your options. I...
William John Light's answer Sounds like you need to hire an attorney. You have the opportunity to defend yourself and prove that you have no liability. You are blowing it by not responding to interrogatories in a timely fashion.
Andy Cook's answer I need more information. Where was the divorce filed, or has it been filed. You mention "divorce agreements" but I'm not sure what that means. How long have you been married and when did you start the 401K?
William John Light's answer You are well past the statute of limitations for something that happened 40 years ago. In California, a medical malpractice lawsuit must be filed no later than three years after the date of injury or one year after the plaintiff discovers, or through the use of reasonable diligence should have discovered, the injury (whichever occurs first). Code of Civil Procedure section 340.5. leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displaySection.xhtml?lawCode=CCP§ionNum=340.5
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer FYI, this is a free online legal forum established to allow members of the public to ask general legal questions to experienced lawyers who volunteer their valuable time to do so. Your important small business question should be directed to your business lawyer. If you have not consulted or retained a business lawyer you are encouraged to do so--before you make mistakes adversely affecting the future of your valuable small business.
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer If you cannot find the defendant then why not try seeking an order requiring defendant either to show up or show cause whey plaintiff is not entitled to keep the solar panels? It just might work...
Jeffrey Louis Gaffney's answer If you cannot just fire the caregiver,ort if she won't leave and no one in your family will help you, then you can ask the court for help.
A court can grant a Restraining Order for Elder Abuse. You start by asking for a Temporary Restraining Order at the court house, then, if it is granted, it lasts for three weeks until you actually meet the judge so that both parties can explain the situation to the judge; the caregiver will be there too. The judge will then decide whether or not to...
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