I live in. A company from NC came in to my business, asked
I live in Virginia. A company from NC came in to my business, asked me for a pledge donation to support something, and they promised me several things were going to happen by a certain time in the community.Non of the things they promised me happened, and I got a bill for my pledge, and I am not going to pay it. I want to send them a letter stating that they didnt deliver on their contract, and my question for you is what is some of the legal terminology that would describe what they violated or failed to deliver? I want to write them a letter, but I wanted to reference some reasons why I feel they broke our contract agreement. Thanks
I operate a pizza franchise in a brick and mortar location
I operate a pizza franchise in a brick and mortar location on a military base. I am unable to continue due to financial issues and am in the middle of my franchisee contract period (every 5 years and I last renewed in 2014). I made the corporate office aware of my issues and instead of helping they have limited conversation almost completely. They have sent one of their 5 inspectors around to "help" but it seems like he is there to monitor instead of help. I am in financial problems with the IRS and state of North Carolina for payroll tax withholding and sales tax withholding, respectively. North Carolina has offered to drastically reduce the monthly amount I'd have to pay going forward if I agree to give them all of my non essential equipment (I'm able to continue a profitable catering and food bar program because they aren't associated with my franchise) for them to sell and use that towards the debt. For some reason it seems like corporate is waiting for me to make a move and I'm waiting on them to make a move but every day the brick and mortar is open I'm digging myself a deeper hole. I am seriously considering letting corporate know that at the end of this month I will be no longer doing it. The corporate office actually has the rental contract with the base, not my company. So they would have to come in and operate the franchise if they so desire (which it looks like they want to). I own all of my equipment and in the contract it doesn't look like they can seize it as a result of me breaching the contract. I need someone to review the contract (I can email it) and provide advice. I'm very confused and stuck.
I have a 50/50 partnership, I am secretary and v. president.
I have a 50/50 partnership, I am secretary and v. president. We are an s-corp in ca my partner told me that I was fired today this weekend he cancelled all of my company credit cards, blocked me from all software, turned my cell phone off, shut my email down. We are a HVAC company I am qualifier/Rmo of contractor license my partner is an ex-felon/narsasistic. can he fire me?JA: What state is this in? And when did the issue begin?Customer: California, Began Friday he fired me by email today hes also in the middle of a divorceJA: Has anything been officially filed? If so, what?Customer: Should I take his email seriously? Or is it threats he sent me an emailJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I want to go to work but he says he will have me removed I'm 50% shareholder and founder
I am a sole member of a contracting company (LLC). Due to
I am a sole member of a contracting company (LLC). Due to high expenses and debt the company ceased operation in April of 2015. My wife and I filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and were advised to "rollup" the company. Despite the advise, later in the same year I reinstated my contractor license and and did not dissolve the LLC. Since then I have continued operations as the sole employee on a very limited part-time basis despite the company still having roughly $200,000 in delinquent debt.I would like to resume contracting work on a full time basis and would like advice on the best way to proceed. Do I risk exposure if I now form a new entity? If so, what are the potential ramifications of continuing to operate the existing company?