WHAT ACTIONS NEED TO BE TAKEN TO PREVENT THE STATUE OF
WHAT ACTIONS NEED TO BE TAKEN TO PREVENT THE STATUE OF LIMATIONS FROM EXPIRING IN A CASE WHERE THERE IS REASON TO BELIEVE A NC CPA AND ESTATE ATTORNEY RELIED ON AN INACCRURATE APRAZIAL RESULTING IN SUBSTANCIAL FINANCIAL LOSS IN PAYING UNNECESSARY TAXES.
I operate two business currently in two different locations
I operate two business currently in two different locations with two different sets of employees. In the future I am considering buying one larger building and housing both businesses there. What are the potential legal ramifications of this and how can I avoid them? Specifically is there a way to ensure that each entity remains an individual separate business even though they may share certain resources such as building or equipment?
1. As the plaintiff, I sent Defendant the request for
1. As the plaintiff, I sent Defendant the request for interrogatories and document production2. No response3. I filed the motion for compel4. Court asked the defendant to show the cause or response within 20 days5. No action was taken by Defendant6. Court grant my MotionWhat is the nest step and the following steps?A. File the petition to ask $1000?B. Motion for judgment?C. Write to assigned Judge and request a 212 conference (231 Pa. Code Rule 212. Pre-Trial Conference) so that case can move forward to arbitration? The case is less than $50,000
My ex wife wanted to move back into our empty house in which
My ex wife wanted to move back into our empty house in which we are co-tenants. We negotiated an occupancy agreement which among other things had her paying all the monthly recurring expenses and me sharing the major repair expenses. There is a good paper trail of our negotiations. I finally signed the agreement and sent it to her. She said she would sign it when she got into the house. I asked her to send me the agreement attached to an email stating she agreed to the occupancy agreement and type her name next to that statement, which she did.After occupying the house for 2 months, she said she would sign the agreement and was going to enforce our marital settlement agreement which had me paying a larger share of certain expenses than the occupancy agreement.She has filed a contempt claim against me for not paying her expenses according to the MSA, but has always paid the monthly bills according to the occupancy agreement and never sent me a single bill in 6 months.Everything I have read indicates that under promissory estoppel the occupancy agreement is enforceable and I should be able to defeat her MSA claims with it. What do you think?
I have a small business. the property owner came in to help
I have a small business. the property owner came in to help me and manage the money. He has not been paying my taxes that are due and i believe he is hiding money of mine.JA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.Customer: CaliforniaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: No yetJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I owe ( the business does ) back EDD taxes. I would like him to use the business money to pay on these taxesJA: When we are ready I'll take you to the appropriate web page.Customer: thank you
If two parties (one is a individual and the other is a LLC)
If two parties (one is a individual and the other is a LLC) are both parties to a patent assignment agreement.....does the individual have standing to sue a 3rd party who is NOT a party to this agreement for allegedly fraudulently inducing the individual to enter into the agreement?In this situation, the 3rd party is a person and is a officer of the LLC that is a party in the agreement.And another important point, the individual (the person who wants to sue the 3rd party person) that is one of the parties to the agreement has already made written statements under oath in other litigation that this same 3rd party is not a party to the agreement and that they have no obligation to this 3rd party.
What is the minimal but for the IRS sufficient (i.e. a
What is the minimal but for the IRS sufficient (i.e. a threshold) evidence for a c-corp in the area of internet publishing, to have become a "going concern"? (This is of importance in determining the month when the business can start to 180-month amortize start-up costs.)