The property was put into corporate ownership to avoid collection, but this is a tort judgment. Is there an assignment order process that can be done in Wyoming for such a situation?
Sounds like a fraudulent conveyance to me, which means you'll need to go to court not only to enforce the judgment but to sue the corporation and its principals for the money you're owed.See question
we are considering getting land from government I guess. I have sent off for a kit with maps and info in several states with land to give away basically and they said the paperwork has to be filled right in order to get the land with no run around.
You certainly need counsel to navigate the state and federal laws that would govern such a transaction. You can likely find someone here on AVVO or through the Wyoming Bar Association referral service:
I purchased uwti which claims in its name that it tracks the crude index 3x bull. However it doesn't even come close to achieving that. It loses a ton of money over time. These products should be sold to sophisticated investors only. How is th...
You willingly purchased shares in something that leverages calls on the petroleum markets 3x, meaning each 1% percent drop is at least a 3% drop with leverage. This is a publicly available share that makes known its risks when you buy it, and every disclosure imaginable is filed with the SEC. You can look on www.sec.gov and read the good, bad and ugly on any publicly traded security before hand. These products have been around a long time and the filing history should give you an idea of that.See question
He registered the business with the state treasury website. He also charged 10,000.00 on a business credit card I opened in my name. Hes wanted in another county for fraudulent invoices he turned in to a church for payment 12,000.00 for work never...
You need to cancel that card and have someone review the partnership agreement. Hopefully you are not a "general partner," meaning you can be personally on the hook for all of this bad stuff. If you are, you need to go to court ASAP (I mean like tomorrow) and get the partnership dissolved. You don't want to be associated with this person. In the meantime, filing a complaint with Louisiana law enforcement may be helpful as well.See question
SAYING I MADE TOO MUCH MONEY FOR FREE ATTORNEY EVEN THO IT IS GONE. WHAT CAN I DO? ONLY ASSET IS STOCK IN NEW COMPANY I WAS FORCED TO RESIGN AS CEO, SO COMPANY IS NOW IN WEAKEN STATE.
Remember that rainy day everyone talked about? It's here. Time to call in your favors from family, friends and whomever. Hopefully the attorney you hire will also accept credit card payments as well. You have little choice but to be creative in financing your defense.See question
I had a membership in FINRA but I failed to update my mailing address with FINRA. FINRA requested information from me via letter ten years ago, but I never received requests. FINRA then known as NASD subsequently barred me from membership nine yea...
You are likely going to need an attorney to handle a proceeding before the NAC of FINRA once FINRA declines your registration, assuming of course that you find a broker/dealer willing to take you on. A lot of this will take over a year, and you cannot any under circumstances engage in conduct that would require registration. The battle will not be cheap if this is what you truly wish to do.See question
I have several Guatemalan investors that agreed to invest in my US C-Corp. We are trying to deduce the best way in which for them to invest with specific regard to tax implications. Should they create an LLC in the US, send the money to the LLC an...
A very complex question as if they're from Guatemala and have no intention of ever being in the US, then creating an entity overseas makes sense. But they will still be getting K-1s from the enterprise assuming they would have partnership interests. Even so, there are good US options available for incorporation here. You can't avoid US taxes if you're doing business here, but you can minimize them for your non-US investors.See question
I've invested $10,000, helped generated $30,000 in sales and have participated full time since the beginning of the company (about a year and a half ago). I've been asked to basically resign and have two options. Buyout for $13,000 or dissolve the...
A CPA or business valuation person would need to see the balance sheets for the company in addition to ascertaining how much of the effort in making profits may be attributable to you. The issue here is whether it's worth going through the trouble and expense of doing this given the small numbers involved. You may also want to check the bylaws or operating agreement of the company to ascertain whether you are entitled to indemnity for employing professionals to value your shares.See question
investor used the money in different business than what was promised. money was paid by check and wire. investor and his wife owned other business with other partners that were losing money and he used our money to pay off debt of other business. ...
You can certainly file a complaint with law enforcement, but don't expect them to do anything with it. You will have to retain counsel to assist you in submitting complaints to securities regulators in Washington and Oregon, as well as to the SEC under the Dodd-Frank whistleblower provisions. If the money is gone, you may well have to sue the principals and owners of this investment entity under control person theories. Whatever the case, you need to retain securities litigation counsel ASAP.See question