If you create a LLC your LLC will be issued a 1099. That is, if you provide the contractor with the federal employment identification number of the LLC.
You would not have to issue yourself a 1099 if your tax return preparer sends a Form 8832 to the IRS that indicates that you are operating the LLC as a sole proprietor.
LLC can be chameleons in that over time, they can be a sole proprietorship, partnership or S corporation. You should discuss the advantages with your attorney or CPA....
Your Dad may have put a payable on death designation to his girl friend on the checking account by signing a document with the bank clerk so that his girl friend received the property at his death.
Your Dad may have changed the title on the account to Himself and his girlfriend so that upon his death his girlfriend would be the owner of the checking account.
Generally, to prove undue influence the Court looks to multiple factors:
1) Did the proponent actively participate in the procurement, drafting and execution of the will?
2) Did the proponent have the opportunity to influence?
3) Did the proponent have a disposition to influence?
4) Did the proponent achieve the coveted result?
Alternatively, undue influence may be proved by:
1) showing the existence of a confidential relationship between the decedent and the favored...
You will need an attorney to assist in this effort in that you have no ability to issue a subpoena.
Your inquiry does not indicate what state the company is operating in so that is another potential complication. Wisconsin counties vary in their probate practices. Your attorney can determine if Kenosha county will permit you to open a special administration for limited purposes or if you need to open an informal administration. Your husband may or may not have completed a beneficiary...
You should contact an Arizona attorney as soon as possible. If you don't know such an attorney, you should look for one on Avvo or the referral service of the Arizona Bar.
You may think that the assessment is invalid and it is another thing to get that determination if you sit on your rights.
If you do nothing, the attorney for the condo association may seek a judgment due to your non action and an affidavit indicating that Arizona law has been complied with.
When you fail to make...
To follow up on Attorney Robert Miller's answer, these statutory provisions should be reviewed:
54.66 Final accounts.
(1) Render final account. If a court terminates a guardianship, or a guardian resigns, is removed, or dies, the guardian or the guardian's personal representative or special administrator shall promptly render a final account to the court and to the ward or former ward, the successor guardian, or the deceased ward's personal representative or special administrator, as...
You need to review the complaint, your note and mortgage papers with an attorney to determine if the bank is seeking a deficiency judgment against you.
If the bank is not seeking a deficiency judgment, then you can respond to each paragraph of the complaint in writing, file your response with the circuit clerk and provide a copy to the bank’s attorney.
If the bank is seeking a deficiency judgment, you need to explore with an attorney what options you have, including the filing of a form...
The usual situation is that the creditor is looking for your payments and is pleased to see that you caught up.
Each creditor's position on reinstatement is an individual situation. If you have a practice of default and reinstatement, default and reinstatement, it is more likely that the creditor will want to repossess the furniture to eliminate constant future collection efforts
The information below describes the Landlord's duties under the State statutes:
1. Keep in a reasonable state of repair portions of the premises over which the landlord maintains control.
2. Keep in a reasonable state of repair all equipment under the landlord's control necessary to supply services that the landlord has expressly or impliedly agreed to furnish to the tenant, such as heat, water, elevator, or air conditioning.
3. Make all necessary structural repairs.
4. Except for...