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Mark David Brynteson

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  • Am I personally liable for State Sales Tax interest and fees incurred by my S Corp that closed Dec. 2012?

    I am 50% share holder of an S Corp that closed Dec. 2012. All Sales Tax was paid in full but there are some interest and fees still owed. They are trying to attach my personal SS# to the account to seek payment. Can this be done?

    Mark’s Answer

    Depends--more facts are needed. Corporate officers can be personally liable for corporate obligations and is dependent on state law. See a good corporate/tax attorney in your area.

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  • Can a corporation refuse a discovery request for documents solely on the grounds that it would be self-incriminating?

    Individual citizens of course have a right not to incriminate themselves. Do corporations have exactly the same right when it comes to this? I realize the corporate entity is considered legally a person, but can they claim 5th Amendment in their...

    Mark’s Answer

    Corporations speak through its employees. More facts are needed such as what is the information and how was it produced and used. Your question is a good but complex one.

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  • How do I file for guardianship?

    My mother and father have had guardianship of my 13 year old nephew for 10 years. His brother 14 whom also was under my parents care did some things that got him sent away for awhile and and the state where they live, New Hampshire required the b...

    Mark’s Answer

    You need to make an appointment to see an attorney handles this type of case in your area and discuss your situation in detail. More facts are required.

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  • In Minnesota, does an EMERGENCY conservator need to file an inventory of the protected person's assets within 60 days of

    appointment? (Some emergency conservators are appointed for 60 days; some are 90 days if social services are involved).

    Mark’s Answer

    You need to make an appointment to see an attorney in your area that deals with these issues and discuss your situation in detail. More facts are required.

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  • Our elder who fell, was in hospital from there to rehab / nursing facility unable to come home because he is wheelchair bound.

    He has been declining and has some dementia which has progressed .he is still lucid and will not allow us to be durable poa ,only poa of checking acct to pay bills when he is ill . He has house and little pension maybe 30,000 total in Ira and life...

    Mark’s Answer

    You need to make an appointment to see and estate planning/real estate attorney in your area and discuss your situation in detail. More facts are required.

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  • Do I need a laywer to file a medical malpractice suite

    ive talked to 3 lawyers from wy, 1 said we don't sue our doctors in wy because there isn't enough of them the other 2 laywers said I have a case but there too busy

    Mark’s Answer

    Call your states trial lawyers association and ask for a referral. You need a top notch medical malpractice attorney to review your case.

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  • What are my options when a stepmom cuts my brother and i completly from my fathers estate...

    My step mom whos always hated my brother and I has some how managed to change my dads will so that she is the only person benefeciary of the estate... i want to tell you more but not sure if this is going to be public...

    Mark’s Answer

    Depends how it was done and what your dad gave to your step mom and retained as his personal estate. See a probate attorney and have them review your case.

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  • May I file an affidavit for small estate if the deceased owed hospital bills? The estate is less than $100k minus the home

    The affidavit paperwork is confusing but Im not sure if you can file for a small estate if there are claims. What exactly is a claim in this sense.

    Mark’s Answer

    You need to have the estate evaluated by a probate attorney. Only after a careful review can an attorney offer an opinion in this regard.

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  • If majority partner does not respond to demands of minority for inspection will they have to pay court and legal fees?

    Partners locked me out after sucking company dry at the expense of their other company. If they fail to respond to certified request for rights as minority and have to file suit for inspection and wishes to dissolve, will they have to pay for the ...

    Mark’s Answer

    Consult with an experienced business associations/corporate attorney. They will be able to tell you in short order.

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  • Grandchildren are going into the "system" in Missouri, how do I get guardianship of my grandchildren if I live in Oklahoma?

    Grandchildren are placed in the system because both of their parents are not abiding by court order by attending drug rehab. Would like the children to remain with "family" instead of fostering out. We, in Oklahoma, would like to obtain guardian...

    Mark’s Answer

    Contact an attorney in Ms. that handles custody issues. You will also need a KS. attorney to assist. There are intrastate and Fed laws that govern this procedure so you need highly qualified counsel to pull this off--it is doable, just need attorneys that handle these matters on a frequent basis.

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