My situation is that my significant other and I started a
Hello - my situation is that my significant other and I started a business in 2013. She formed an LLC where she is sole member. We had a verbal agreement as to the terms of the partnership (we both mutually agreed to NOT have me in the LLC to start with, for personal financial reasons). She recently "sold" the business to two of our employees, without my consent. It is my understanding that while she is able to "unilaterally transfer" her interest in the partnership, the new party has a financial interest only to any future profits/losses, and is not automatically a partner nor are they able to make any management decisions as to the operation of the business. They have already formed their company and are acting as if they own the business while the Bulk Sale Transfer (involves CA ABC liquor license) escrow is in process. Can I file suit to enforce my partnership interest in the business, and prevent them from making any business decisions? I have more questions, but let's start with this. Also, I have ROCK SOLID evidence of our verbal agreement/partnership, at least in my opinion - I can provide examples later. Thank you for your time!JA: Has anything been officially filed? If so, what?Customer: They have formed their company, obtained their EIN, opened escrow for Bulk Sale Transfer. My partner has not yet closed the LLC. Her plan was to do so after the escrow closed, but she will still have outstanding debts and intends then to file both business an personal bankruptcy. The main reason I am considering this path is to get them to renegotiate so she doesn't have to do this, as she "sold" them the business for less than she paid for it 3-1/2 years ago, for for well less than the current value of the assets if liquidated.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: That's all for now....
I currently give my ex-spouse 100% of my retired military
I currently give my ex-spouse 100% of my retired military pay. Do I count the extra 50% as alimony? I read that the tax court is now calling it alimony.JA: Is this a criminal or civil case?Customer: civilJA: Are you overseas or stateside?Customer: statesideJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: nope, that's it.
I have questions about the possibility of being scammed with
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I have two cases going forward in Appeals Court. Both are
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Does a Financial Hardship with the IRS effect my Statue of
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This question deal with a Writ of Mandamus. Does the Federal
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Sold a mobile home in Dallas co tx buyers did not transfer
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