In Florida. I own a car in my name only. If i die tomorrow how does my wife transfer title to her name? We do have a trust and we both are co-trustees of the trust of which the car is listed in the trust as personal property.
From the information that you have provided, it does not sound like a transfer would be necessary - that is, the car is and will remain an asset of the trust. That said, don't forget the most important detail of intelligent estate planning like that which you have created: actually rettitling your assets. If your trust treats the car as property of the trust but you have not retitled it, you have created nice documents but have not put them to use.See question
Vendor agrees that the Vendor will not, on his/her behalf or on behalf of any other person, firm, corporation, or other entity, directly or indirectly, call on, meet with, or solicit any of the customers or the prospective customers of "X ...
Under Florida law restrictice convenants are presumptively unreasonable if longer than 2 years.See question
I will have an LLC for selling products online. If I have additional named entities to do the same for other products can they be listed under the LLC?
Your question is a bit unclear to me. Generally speaking, your LLC is your business or your company. Absent a restriction in your organizational documents, you can do any combination of business within the LLC. You also can do business as one or more different names provided you register them as "fictitious names." There are good reasons at times (eg limiting liabilities from one business line to another) not to commingle business lines. But, if I understand your question, you can do what you are proposing. As always in business, you should engage a lawyer for formal advise and assistance.
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If your partner is in the US your physical presence here should not be necessary. Please call if I can help direct you or your partner.See question
I am a physician employed by a large multi-specialty group. From the first day I started 5 years ago until present day, supplies have not always been available to treat patients. I had a meeting 2 months prior to starting and yet didn't have app...
You have framed the question well. I'm sorry that you are dealing with this. The answer and resolution will be driven primarily by the express terms of your agreement as governed by the law in your jurisdiction. That said, one general principle of contract law is that a prior material breach by one party excuses the subsequent non-performance by the other. So, in this case, if you can demonstrate a material breach by the group, you may have an argument that you should be excused from further performance of your obligations. Obviously, this is a complex, fact specific inquiry that could become litigious.See question