I can't find a bank that has these accounts.
You need both a lawyer and a CPA. Every bank will open an "operating account" for an properly formed entity or DBA. It means "checking account". A trust account is required for the protection of consumers by various statutes and contracts.
Your posting is unclear if you will be a travel agent or a seller of travel. If the second, make sure you review this page: https://oag.ca.gov/travelSee question
My service business has no contract with our client but has been servicing the company for almost two decades. This client is the foundation of the business. Without this client, there's no business. My employee refused to sign a non-compete when ...
I am not licensed in your state and you will be best served by consulting a PA attorney like Ms. Toussant.
That are possible claims under (1) interference with contract (even in the absence of a written agreement) (2) unfair competition (3) misappropriation of trade secrets.and potentially others. Bring a detailed narrative of everything to discuss with the attorney indicating the former employees access to confidential information such as pricing, payment terms, special client concessions, etc.
Specifically, two drunk in public in law school with similar violations in undergraduate. If person genuinely wants to recover and be abstinent, and joins a lawyer assistance program, is it possible that after some period of time he might be able ...
The following link is a good start of your answer: http://admissions.calbar.ca.gov/MoralCharacter/Factors.aspx
Bottom line, yes.See question
We are the plaintiff for a commercial lawsuit, lawyer's fee is based on contingency. Last Oct, the lawyer convinced us to sign a preliminary settlement, which included the language that it is subject to final agreement to be signed within 10 days...
The best thing working in your favor is the potential prejudice to you because of the proximity of trial. Where however, you have repudiated a settlement you cannot expect automatic sympathy from the judge, who will probably be quite frustrated and not in a mood to help you. I would have some lawyer give an independent look at the settlement for your benefit.See question
I want to buy a car for my daughter. I want to put her on the title and I want to be on the loan so she can get a better interest rate. If I do this, will I be liable in the event she gets in a car accident and hurts someone?
The only parties normally sued are the driver and registered owner. Being the guarantor on a loan for the car does not, by itself, impose liability.See question
Both party's Auto insurance companies denied responsibilty-There were no wittnesses and Traffic cameras at the site of the accident. So no one know who really is at fault. Is it possible that the other driver (herself) would file suit against ...
It is very common for each driver (and passenger) to file a lawsuit against "everyone" else. Nice that your insurance will provide a legal defense, especially since they must, even if you were at fault.See question
Is it possible to hire an attorney for the sole purpose of screening suitable candidates for a case and hiring the most qualified candidate(s)? Basically, to assemble a legal team of one ore more attorneys. How would I locate an attorney who wou...
Almost any experienced litigator can help you do so. Assembling a team? As a lawyer whose clients seem to be very focused on expense, you seem to be doing the the expensive way.See question
what are the prices for legal counsel in regards to trade mark
Trademarking a name without considering other factors, both business and legal and accounting/tax is of questionable value, especially if the mark is not already in use in commerce. You can try to file online by yourself. Your costs, if you decide to hire a lawyer, will vary according to experience, location and a number of other factors, especially the amount of due diligence the lawyer performs in "clearing" the mark so you are not wasting your filing fee.See question
I've shopped at a department store several times and noticed that they overpriced their items when selling them. The items I bought would still have price tags in Euros after removing their actual US Dollar tag (so essentially they cover the Euro ...
No, there i nothing illegal about selling at a different price at a different location, such as US versus Europe.See question
If I want to submit an offer on a house and I won't be able to sign the offer how can I have a friend sign for me? Will an email explaining this/giving my permission suffice for the seller? What is the standard protocol here? Thank you!
Mr. Hyman gives the correct answer: both a power of attorney and CAR form are required. He is also correct that there is nothing so simple about the transaction implying you should not be using a licensed broker and/or attorney.See question