My wife's uncle is embezzling funds from a trust. He wants to have her sign a new trust. In the original trust, A, he has full discretion over funds. In trust fund B, he does not. He wants to merge trust fund B into trust fund A, so he can steal it.
You should contact an attorney familiar with trusts and estates that can review the two trusts you make reference to and provide legal guidance. You don't mention the type of trust (revocable, irrevocable, etc.), and you mentioned the merging of the trusts and dissolution (of I guess trust B)....Read more »
I have worked as a remote independent contractor recruiter working in Texas for a staffing agency located in Las Vegas, Nevada. My compensation was not paid completely as agreed in the contract and the agency made me work other job that was not described in the contract. I was told by my other... Read more »
Sometimes these contracts have a clause that determines the state in which an action may be brought for a breach. I would review your contract and see which state you would need to bring action in, then start reaching out to employment law attorneys in that state for a consultation and to discuss...Read more »
The landscaping company was hired to install irrigation lines and set pavers in the front yard. The crew was congregated next to our brand new 2020 4Runner with digging equipment. Discovered two scratches in the passenger side door this morning on our way to work. I want to support our local... Read more »
A Nevada attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. Until you are able to arrange a meaningful consult with a local attorney, some things to keep in mind is that jurors could ask for proof that the business caused the scratches claimed, and whether it could be possible...Read more »
In 2015 The last day to pay rent to the apartments before eviction process would have tooken place, on the way to the office i got into a accident inside of the parking structure, i went back home dazed and when I came to , i had missed calls & voice mails from not only the apartment manager... Read more »
The answer to your question can be found in NRS 11.190. To sue for breach of a written contract, you generally have 6 years. It appears, however, that you are complaining about much more than breach of contract. Any damage that you suffered as a result of any wrongful act or negligence on the...Read more »
Good question. Usually, a business partner can't change your ownership percentage in a partnership or company without your permission or unless you have given the partner some sort of right to do so. There are tax implications associated with that change (especially if you are in a...Read more »
It would be difficult to offer you a simple "yes" or "no" answer here. The first thing an attorney would probably do if you arranged a meeting with them would be to ask to see the contract, and in particular, how it addresses the element of the ghost writer's experience. If...Read more »
It's a little difficult to understand exactly what your question might be. From the limited description, it appears you underwent a craniotomy and currently suffer from impaired memory function and it affects what you do under a contract?? I'm not sure. I'm very sorry for the...Read more »
My realtor served as my selling realtor and buying realtor. As a result of poor representation on the sale of my home, I am having to send him a demand letter in order to be compensated for monies lost through the sale transaction. I am asking that the realtor compensate me through a credit back on... Read more »
You raise an interesting question; and if these interesting facts involved a lawyer--as opposed to a Realtor who is not a lawyer--the answer would be very clear: Sending a demand letter of the nature you describe to any lawyer would immediately cause a fatal conflict of interest that would require...Read more »
Yes, it is illegal--at least in the sense of possibly being defamatory, which is actionable in most if not all states. However, truth is usually an absolute defense in most if not all states too. Practically speaking, no lawyer would ever advise any client to go online in a public forum to do what...Read more »
Infinity Concierge Services, LLC, Inessa Kazaryan and Vilen Kazaryan have beat many people including myself out of lots of money. This was a Travel Club in Las Vegas, NV located on Convention Center Drive. Vilen was the Mgr at the office which no longer exists and the telephone numbers are... Read more »
Service elevators are not protected by law. That’s a company policy and the only reason they are called service elevators is because they are generally larger in size, able to carry a heavier load, and keep the public... Read more »
They mislead me and did not ever advise me of my rights to cancel till it was too late . I am 1 day late because I was on vacation and didn't fully read till I returned home. They even lied about how much I made to the credit care company, it Wyndham ,
You may have some options. I wrote an article on this subject for the state bar association that you may find interesting. You can find the article at https://www.targheelaw.com/article. And feel free to let me know if you have questions.
If he signed a lease for your residence, that could be different from a business property lease, but the ordinary rule is that contractual obligations are personal and do not extend to a non-signatory spouse.
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