Good afternoon. You have a valid contract and you are entitled to your payment. Her argument about the formation of the LLC is actually going to put her in more jeopardy than she realizes. Since she signed the agreement, if the company was not validly formed yet, then you can go after not only the LLC but her individually. File your claim...you should prevail at the hearing! :)
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