I was given an answer to a similar question last night,
I was given an answer to a similar question last night, however it may have lacked some of the following details and would like this question answered now that I have provided perhaps a more organized background for the consideration of my question. I am forming an LLC for an online consulting business, as well as developing a couple additional websites for the purpose of affiliate marketing. These additional websites ultimately tie into the consulting. The main site will be a blog, forum, and appointment generator. Revenue will come from any advertising that may be associated to the site once it gains traffic and through contracted consulting. I am building a website to list businesses for sale, and as a affiliate lead generating site for business brokers. Revenue will come from advertising space paid by business owners, and pay per lead affilates. I will have the site linked to the consulting site where I plan to look for opportunities to add value to those businesses by consulting on operations and marketing strategies. The other site will be an affiliate loan leads generator. This site will also be linked to the other sites as it will be gathering information as leads for business loan institutes. I currently live in South Carolina. I have been planning my business strategies for some time, however not until I made the decision to leave my salary position and give my full focus on my business did I plan, or research much on the time of expedition of the LLC as well as what benefits may be available forming in another state. I have looked into Nevada as it appears to have all the protections I would want in a llc, they also offer the series in the llc. I plan on all sites to operate under one llc, and given my interpretation of the series see that as an opportunity to protect each site individually under the operating LLC Name. Is my interpretation correct? Also given I did not research the expedition of South Carolina llc formation, which is 35 days/25 if rushed, the nevada expedition can be done as fast as 2 hours for a fee with normal processing 6-7 days and for an additional $50 it can be done in two. The state filing fee is less than South Carolina as well. The expedition process is important to me, as I wish to set up and fund a business account asap, and want to launch everything under the protection of an llc. I have some cushion financially, but it is limited. All this being said I will be a single owner for this formation. The only potential change I can for see in the next year would to bring in a profit sharing partner. I plan to outsource any work to freelancers rather than have employees for now. Given the information I provided is forming in Nevada a good consideration?
I own a tow truck company in Fairfax county VA. I Recently
My name is***** own a tow truck company in Fairfax county VA. I Recently towed a car with written consent from property managers at an apartment complex. The tow was legal. Now the property managers are denying that they authorized the tow, because they are saying I allegedly said the tow was for Repo and not abandonment. My question is, even with a written statement corroborating the tow, can the property managers lie and have the written statement thrown out in court? This issue will be going to civil court.
Needs some information about legal options that are
Needs some information about legal options that are available for a breech of contract type situation.We have contracted with a dog breeder in pennsylvania (we reside in New York) for a puppy to be picked up Oct 11th. Have been in a contract since July when it was known the dog would be having a litter.The way the contract was set up to pick the owner had first choice, another buyer had second and we had third choice. If the buyer did not want a puppy we would therefore be second. I had asked the seller 3 days before we were to pick if she was planning on keeping a puppy so i knew if we would be second pick or third and she indicated (in writing) that "she was not keeping one from this litter". Therefore I assumed by contract that we would be second. Well low and behold we were still third. After I was honest with her (which was a stipulation in her contract - honesty) and indicated that I felt by her admission that we should have had second choice and that I had my heart set on one of the first two pups that had now beeen choosen by some other 2 people. She immediately became nasty in her emails and said that she wasn;t going to sell me a puppy now because "she felt I wouldn't love them" At no time had I said that and on many occasions had indicated that "if I was in a position I would take them all they were so cute and loveable". We had already picked a puppy but she is still insisting that she will not sell us one.Therefore I would like to know how I can compel her to do so as WE have not breeched any contract and how we can get an injunction to make sure she doesn't sell the puppy we picked to someone else. And what legal recourse we have if all this can not be done in a timely fashion in order to get one of her puppies. (she does have great puppies but apparently not great with people). Side note we purchased a puppy from her 3 years ago, who by her own emails to this day, describes that dogs care by us as loving and he being a lucky pup. please advise as soon as possible as this is very time sensitive
Dont know if my question is going through so I will try
Dont know if my question is going through so I will try again. I am in Louisiana and I am buying a truck in Texas. My son is in Texas and could drive it to me but the dealer says I have to sign papers in person. I read where the papers could be faxed to a Notary and I could signvthem at the Notarys office and sent back. Is this true ? Is there another way to get this done ?
I have a LLC company that doing business internationally.
I have a LLC company that doing business internationally. When I but some products from China, can I send my money and buy from him when he is personal entity (Not a business)in China that he bought the products with his bank account.
My previous employer recently left a voicemail to one of my
My previous employer recently left a voicemail to one of my new contracted Hospital facilities supervisors.In it there is slander by saying that I am using my previous employers Liability insurance.This is false and I produced copies right there and then of my new compies liability insurance.I believe this defamation by slander.I called an attorny while I was at the facility.He advice me to record the voicemail.The hospital facility believes that I shouldn't get a recording because they are afraid of being sued for letting me hear/recording this email.Can they get in trouble for letting me record the voicemail for my upcoming case?
I have a business where I have my clients sign a liability
I have a business where I have my clients sign a liability waiver so that in case anything happens tothe client during our contract/teaching/service, we are not liable.is that enough for them to not sue us in case something does happen?In what case can they still sue? If they do, what insurance covers it? I carry commercial liability
How are LLC Partnership owner's paid. For example I heard if
How are LLC Partnership owner's paid. For example I heard if that an owner charges a personal expense on the business account and then considers it an owner's drawing it reduces their percentage of the company ownership. If so is there any way to prevent this?