Thank you for your response.
Whether you ever use the bylaws or not, they are what the courts will use to determine what each of you can or cannot do. However, bylaws aside an equal owner cannot just use self help to remove another equal owner. Unfortunately, while his actions may be unlawful, in order to stop him and regain control this requires you having to go to court and get a court injunction to stop him from acting in this manner. If your attorney has not moved to do this yet then you need to consider getting a new corporate law attorney.
What concerns me here is that 2% which belonged to your husband, but if it was not left by will all to his son, you as surviving spouse and the son as descendant would split that 2% evenly and still remain equal owners and as such an equal owner neither of you can force the other out unless the bylaws have some process and then you have to follow that procedure.
You need to look to your bylaws, whether they have been followed in the past or not, to see what the rights of each of you are in this matter so you know how you can best attack this and you need to consider getting a new attorney who will at least seek an injunction to stop the son while this matter proceeds through court because absent a bylaw provision, the court will have to decide this matter under the corporate laws.
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