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I own a Retail business. I come to find out that my own son
I own a Retail business. I come to find out that my own son removed my name from ownership. He executed a document with a Forged overseas Notory on it, and on that document he Stated that I released all of my interest to him. While all of this was happening I was out of the country on Vacation. The real important license was for the Alcohol License. He approached the office with the Fraudulent Document and they accepted. My question is how can the office even accept a document with a out of country stamp on it that read property management on it. It's not even a real official stamp. I approached the Alcohol License office and the only answer I got was to hire a lawyer. What can I do? What type of lawsuit should I do? I HVe no other option but to settle this in court as my son is not cooperating with me.
My friend has a tech support company in India. He wants to
My friend has a tech support company in India. He wants to register his llc in USA and wants me to work as a manager for his company for a fixed monthly percentage. He wants me to help him opening business bank account and merchant account in USA so money can be transferred from US business bank account to Indian business bank account. Is it legal to work with him as a manager for his llc and help him with bank stuff and transferring money?
A patient and a provider discuss cost prior to service. The
A patient and a provider discuss cost prior to service. The information in the attached was relied on by the purchaser. The service was provided exactly as described in the email. What amount carries the strongest weight, the amount quoted in the attached or the amount shown as being the patient's responsibility on a standard explanation of benefits form from the insurance company?
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In, ABC, LLC owes my company $4000.00. The owner of that
In Virginia, ABC, LLC owes my company $4000.00. The owner of that business "cancelled" the LLC regisration with the state, and formed a new registration with the state of a slightly different name 1ABC,LLC. The business is still operating in the same location and he claims to be "one of the owners". I want to file suit against the business. Can he avoid debts by just changing the business name and registration with the state?
A patient sees a doctor and gets a price quote optional
A patient sees a doctor and gets a price quote for an optional medical service from the person providing the service. The patient has insurance and the provider is in-network. The patient is on a high deductible plan, hence the need for a price quote, and, as such, any monies due to the provider will be paid by the patient, not the insurance company. The patient is then billed. The bill amount matches neither the price quoted by email, nor the "patient rate" as set forth in the insurance companies standard "explanation of benefits (EOB)" form. The patient refuses to pay. The bill is sent to collections. The collections agency sues for the billed amount and refuses to settle for the EOB amount. Question 1: Is it legal for the collections agency to sue for an amount that exceeds the EOB amount? Question 2: Whether it is legal or not, can the patient countersue for damages (court fees, personal time spent on case, emotional duress, etc.)Can the patient countersue for costs incurred to defend themselves against the incorrect bill. The patient is only liable for the amount shown on the EOB form.
Law Educator, I have gotten a local bottle shop in Australia
Hi Law Educator,I have gotten a local bottle shop in Australia to agree to import and sell a rum for me. The Rum is shipped from the US. The Rum company (CA) is concerned that they may need permits or licences to ship here. The bottle shop (who imports regularly) has said they do not.What can I tell the Rum company to assuage any fears and get them to ship me the rum.The quantity is 30 Bottles.Thank you
A customer owes us a large amount of money. Its CEO would
A customer owes us a large amount of money for services. Its CEO would like to arrange a settlement agreement but he wants to pay for the amounts personally rather than have the company pay. Can we do a settlement agreement whereby we release the company and the CEO from all liability if the CEO pays personally? If so, does the settlement agreement need to be with both the CEO and the company? Or just the CEO?We'd also like to do a confession of judgment as part of the settlement agreement. SHould that be against the CEO personally?Thanks.
I own an s-corp in az. and want to start a new business of aView more business law questions
I own an s-corp in az. and want to start a new business of a different nature as a dba under it what are the legal aspectsJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: noJA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Corporate Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.