5years now...no attemps to invest or interet in my trust at,all. The,trustee collects. a monthly fee although he has never told me the.amount or sent me an invoicce...just takes it out of the trust money...
Can I sue him.for this?Can.I choose my OWN trustee?
If the trust is administered under Illinois law, you should seek counsel who is licensed in Illinois. This question is posted under the category for the State of California. Re-post for Illinois counsel.
I renewed my lease a month ago which goes into effect in two days. Today I was informed that ownership and management has changed as of today. All of the rent prices dropped significantly. Am I stuck for the next 15 months paying the higher rent which I signed or since there is new ownership can I... Read more »
Go see them and negotiate a change in your lease to upgrade your apartment or get a reduction. If they won't do it, sue in small claims for the difference over the term of the lease or see a local Tenant's rights attorney.
You have three choices: (1) you can call the company and see if they will restructure the debt, although they are not obligated to do so, since you already have a contract to repay; (2) do nothing and you will have a judgment entered on your credit records and will likely be subpoenaed to attend a...Read more »
Case: The sole member of an LLC filed a lawsuit in his individual name (as the plaintiff) against a company to sue them for contract fraud. The LLC owner was not aware that it could be a problem to file the suit in his name since he was personally financially injured and sees his LLC and himself as... Read more »
Sorry to hear about your experience. It's not quite clear what legal grounds you want to stand on. If you mean the debt... If you acquired the debt on your credit cards or loans in your name only then you are responsible. Did you get his promise to repay or share in writing? If so you could...Read more »
My mom asked each on of my brothers and sisters if we wanted to give our kids any shares of ours in the trust, before she passed away in 2003 I said yes so each one of my kids receive 25 % each month. My son I want to remove him from getting another penny out of my share he doesn't deserve it... Read more »
Yes. It would be wise to consult with an experienced estate planning attorney, who would be able to advise you thoroughly, regarding the procedure and ramifications of omitting your son from your Estate.
Can I go after my car finance company ..my car was a total loss in November 2020 my insurance did there part and paid My finance company what they owed so it left a balance to pay off 6,959 which my gap is trying to pay but My finance company does not have my contract on file and then they have... Read more »
you need to contact a consumer protection attorney that has experience with debt collections and credit reporting issues. after a substantive consultation and review of the documents, the attorney may be able to answer your question.
Hello. Thank you for reviewing my question. I am under contract (Services Agreement) that pays a fixed amount per month (regardless of the number of working days). The contract is terminating mid-month and the contract provider is requesting that I submit a final invoice for only the working days.... Read more »
First, we would need to review the written agreement ... then to read your current relevant facts ... then schedule a free initial video call discussion on your options and remedies ... let us know your thoughts ... thank you.
First ... we would need to review the terms and conditions of the partnership contract ... along with a review of the relevant facts ... I would suggest that you take advantage of a "free initial consultation" with at least two attorneys of your choice... and then we can proceed from there.
Or they can pay the total cost of the inspection fee no later than on the day of the inspection. Otherwise no report will be delivered to the client. To many times, clients don’t want to pay or want to cancel the inspection without giving ANY Notice, so if they pay a deposit they are less likely... Read more »
Yes. That is legal, and completely reasonable. Just make sure you are completely transparent with your clients about your policy before you take their deposit to hold their inspection appointment, and under what conditions that deposit will or won’t be refunded. Good luck.
Agreed to let us out of the contract but is stating that they are keeping our $ in case we want to enter into another contract with them in the next 2 years. We want our deposit back less fees for meetings with the draftsman and designer. What do we do?
A California (or Tennessee) attorney would be able to advise best, but your question remains open for a month. Given the short format of this question and answer board, it could be difficult for any attorney to offer you a meaningful answer to your question. You could reach out to attorneys to...Read more »
It's a business of one. The EIDL/SBA contract lists my LLC as the borrower but it's my name as the authorized signer and manager of the biz. Biz has no assets or collateral. If I close the biz can they come after me personally to repay EIDL? To get out of paying is there anything I must... Read more »
You cannot dissolve the LLC unless you can swear under penalty of perjury that it owes no debts. But the answer to your question will depend on the language in the loan documentation you signed. That is your contract. A lawyer would have to guess what your documents say in order to answer your...Read more »
I traded my vehicle to a dealership on 2/15/21 and I received a call from them yesterday 2/25/21 asking me if I could put more money down or get a co-signer. What happens if they call me today saying they could get financing since it is no longer within the 10 days?
Since they called you on 2.25.21 asking for more money, you will have a hard time proving they did not "cancel" within 10 days since 2.25 was day 10. At this stage, the dealer can ask for the car back and give you back anything you paid/ traded in, or the dealer can choose to become the...Read more »
I'm the plaintiff. The law firm for the defendants are jerking me around with BS objections and responses to discovery. I'm looking for a lawyer who can assist me on a Limited Scope basis to prepare high quality motions to compel discovery which are dead bang winners.
All real litigators know there is no such thing as a "dead bang winner" discovery motion. Generally, judges do not like these types of motions. The key to effective discovery is precise and clear drafting of the discovery, clear necessity for the particular discovery, and well-documented...Read more »
We are a freight forwarder and at the brink of filing for bankruptcy. Our client, the shipper, ran out of warehouse space to accept shipments and instead had the trucking company hold the containers for over three months. The shipping company charges detention or per-diem fees for the containers... Read more »
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