I formed a LLC in Delaware in past and then immigrated to U.S, I have an EIN, then I got my SSN after immigrating. I understand that the LLC is considered local in Delaware, but foreign in other state, let say I am operating it in Delaware, I hav...
As my colleague notes, you don't need a business license to work in other states where you're not based. You may however, owe state tax to the states in which you earn income.
See your own CPA for help.See question
Property taxes can be paid from any source.See question
I have a check that has my name on it but I had my friend deposit it in his bank account but now he took my money
Anyone can sue anyone for anything. Your "friend" will says the money was a gift. What will you say? Why would you give a check payable to you to your friend to deposit into his account?See question
Went to files taxes people messed them up didn't want to talk about it was very unprofessional
Whatever taxes you owe, you owe. Whatever accounting mistakes your accountant made that caused you to have to pay interest and penalties, your accountant is liable for.See question
Hello, I'm a girl from the Philippines. And there is a guy from Cambridge, Massachusetts who likes me. That guy asked me if I need help with money. I needed money that time so I accepted it. He sent money to me as gift to help me. The problem is h...
You did make a mistake signing a contract if that contract said this money was a loan and not a gift, and if it provided for a "huge amount with interest." If you signed this contract, your defense is duress. As a practical matter, if you're in the Philippines and plan to stay there, it's a safe bet that he won't sue you, or if he does, that he can't collect.See question
My father who passed away had a Alliant Credit union account. Also with that Credit Union he had a credit card account. I was joint owner on the Checking account and not the CC account. Now the CU wants to take what is owed from the checking accou...
That depends what the terms of this account are but they probably can. Many banks and credit unions link all accounts for these purposes.
If you don't want to or can't hie your own lawyer, ask the credit union for what authority they're using to do this. And if it's not too late, move your money out of this account to another bank/credit union.See question
So we're in a Kik group and talking online and during the whole thing we are joking and the girl is like "What are you all wearing?" and I replied saying, "Nothing." And posted a random naked picture from online of an Adult guy, likely a porn pict...
Anyone can sue anyone for anything so that's never the right question. I have no idea what a Kik group is, but this is another example of kids doing stupid things without considering possible future consequences. Will this girl actually do anything? Unlikely. If she bothers, does her claim have any merit? No.
That said, minor or not, ESPECIALLY when your recipient is a minor, NEVER send nude pictures of anyone to anyone, EVER. That means no sexting, not even as a joke. You don't just have to be concerned about sexual harassment, but you have to worry about ending up the sex offender registry for the rest of your life.See question
My aunt and uncle live in port st Lucie, Florida. He is 78 and has Parkinson's and is disabled from it. My aunt is 68 and has various health issues but is the primary care giver to my uncle. She does get some help from a visiting health providers....
Insurance companies often delay and reflexively deny or lowball claims because they know few insureds can or will hire a lawyer to fight them.
What your aunt and include need is an insurance litigator to take charge of this claim and threaten a "bad faith: lawsuit. Use Avvo's Find a Lawyer search function to locate and interview some local lawyers whose practices includes bad faith litigation. Insurance companies fear lawyers, and with good reason.See question
My home was burglarized in the summer of 2015 and the four people responsible have been arrested and charged soon after it happened. Three of the four defendants are juveniles and two of them are in family court facing felonies. The third juvenile...
You're presumably asking because you know that a criminal conviction based on the strict standard of "no reasonable doubt" can aid a civil suit that only needs a lower "preponderance of the evidence" standard, adn in general, the answer's yes, it's best to wait to sue for civil damages.
To add to my colleagues' good responses, I'd add the question of the possibility of getting restitution from the criminal prosecution, so your own civil suit is not even necessary.
Your own lawyer can provide more meaningful counsel.See question
I have "Good cause" and a "meritorious defense" on a Default Judgment in Federal District Court on a matter brought against me by the Securities and Exchange Commission. I found this data: Missouri Supreme Court Rule 74.05(d): (d) When Set As...
Use Avvo's "Find a Lawyer" search function to identify lawyers in the desired place with the appropriate practice. In moving to vacate a default judgment, time is a factor, so don't delay.See question