All business accounts are in my name only. I have a contract showing I purchased the business, not my husband. It is a medical practice. Some of what they are asking for are HIPAA protected. I would not give this information to my husband. The ex-wife filed a motion stating she wants it because she... Read more »
Until his ex actually produces a subpoena or some other formal discovery request you don't have to provide anything. Once a formal request is made you would respond under the rules associated with that request. Just explain all the different reasons why the documents are not applicable,...Read more »
Me and two neighbors(N1 and N2) hired a contractor to build a fence, we all signed separate contracts. This contractor did a very poor job. The work is bad, I have pictures to document it all. When I showed him the work, he said i was being "nit picky". I asked him about the gaps in the... Read more »
Is there a law in Colorado citing that I have the right to ask my former employer to remove my likeness from their website, social media, and any other place that is used to promote to prospective employees and clients? The relationship I had with the employer was hostile and I would rather not be... Read more »
If you didn't sign an agreement to allow the employer to use your likeness in their advertising they do not have a right to do so. You should provide notice you do not want your likeness used. You'll probably end up needing to retain counsel to make them take it down.
The three of us are all small business marketing coaches, working under individual DBA's and or LLC's. We want to know how best we can merge our resources together into some kind of partnership, business or entity. We're unsure what the best approach is considering the various... Read more »
Justia is a wonderful free online legal forum established to allow members of the general public to ask general legal questions to experienced lawyers who volunteer their valuable time to do so. Your important small business question is much to important--and too complicated--to be solved online....Read more »
My lender is requiring a statement of authorization as my property is owned by my holding company which is a LLC which is wholly owned by myself. They want me to have a certificate of authorization recorded by the county. I don't know which county to file it with and also what this... Read more »
It's filed in the county where the property is located. It's the document that verifies that you have the authority to act on behalf of the LLC. Just because you own it does not automatically mean you have the authority to make decisions on behalf of the LLC. Notary's county does not matter.
This isn't really a lawyer referral service; it's only a Question & Answer board. Your board could take steps to find a lawyer - through this site (Find-a-Lawyer, above), independently on its own online, the Colorado Bar Association, or other resources. Good luck
In my jurisdiction he would lose his ability to be a notary; if he's a licenced paralegal or lawyer there would be sanctions from the law society; depending on the context and extent there could be criminal charges for breach of duty or fraud.
A document stating what happened and admitting fault should be drafted, it should also lay out the repayment structure with interest including an offset from distributions and in the event of default forcing a buyout of their interest at a discount and possibly a stipulation of judgement for...Read more »
A programs director for an agency that takes care of people with Developmental Disabilities is paid as a programs director but also serves clients from his agency and is paid as independent contractor for serving the clients in his house
12 years ago a friend and I started a used car dealership. In structuring the company my name was not included, but it was me who was responsible for creating the company’s brand (business name, logo, slogan, website, colors, operating methods). My ideas, my creations, my hard work for the first... Read more »
There may be potential claims here that you could have pursued. As you may well know, most civil claims/disputes like this have a deadline by which the claim must be brought in court (a "statute of limitations"). Given that the business was started 12 years ago and the relationship...Read more »
I have an existing business that is an LLC and we are moving to a new location for our business. In the new lease it calls out in our addendum for both LLC members to give a Personal Guarantee, does this negate the personal property protection that our current business LLC gives us? Should we seek... Read more »
Dear LLC Lessee: It is standard practice for a Lessor to require a Personal Guarantee ("P.G.") from the Members of an LLC. The reasoning from a Lessor's standpoint includes the primary concern that an entity (an LLC, for example) can breach a Lease by simply winding down and...Read more »
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