Not you, but your attorney should write a letter to all your local law enforcement agencies and describe the devistation you have experienced.
Let them know that once they searched and found nothing, that further searches will be interpreted as harrassment. I also recommend this type of letter for new occupants of apartments and houses formerly occupied by felons; instances where a parolee was staying at a residence but is no longer staying there, etc.
Don't communicate directly and in...
Well, there are two paths.
1. The informational return filed annually is there for the public to see. There are movements to see these posted publicly for the largest nonprofits. Some churches are not as "online" with respect to reporting as others. As you know, a small church may have never filed and may not be "on the grid".
2. On a micro level, does the bylaws of your church give members rights of inspection? Many little churches are in reality tightly controlled.
3. If your...
I'll take a crack at this as there is not much there in terms of facts.
If you have other bills, the homestead exemption plus state exemptions may or may not (depending upon HOW MUCH equity you have) protect the equity you spoke about.
You said "settlement" on the mortgage, but what is the controversy upon which a "settlement" may occur?
You didn't say whether or not you were getting a disability income or not.
To file a chapter 13 you must have income. Otherwise its a 7....
Wherever the arses sit in chairs that work the computer is located generates tax on that situs.
So, if Montana LLC with workers in montana generating revenue and profits flow through passively to owners, its Montana source. But if the owners are in CA, they pay CA tax anyway because they are California citizen/residents.
If persons working the machine are in CA, then CA source is generated. and owners are taxed here anyway.
If Montana LLC has feet on the ground in California and if...
1. trusts, property, legacies get a step up in basis.
2.If distributed before they experience post mortality gains, estate pays tax.
3. If you are receiving income based upon earnings, interest, etc, that is sometimes taxed to the recipient unless the trust has instruction to pay the tax. This happens rarely because any income retained is taxed at the maximum rate to the trust, but income paid directly is taxed to the recipient at THEIR tax rate which might be quite low....
Its relative. If its a 100 word song then the complete work is copied. If its a 10,000 word song the next question might be whether it usurps the market for the song. What would a jury of 6 say? Who is the defendant? Remember, in copyright, loser pays winners court costs (+rules limits where prevailing party is copyright holder). There are few hard answers.
(If you are the copyright registrant/plaintiff) Did you register your copyright soon after first publication? Are you prepared...
1.If he is a CT resident and taxpayer, he can take state benefits.
2. Is he an entity or just a sole proprietor? (further insulates him if he is an entity)
3. I know that IRS has recently (and unjustly) declared war on independent contractor employers, but there are many categories where it is proper. You didn't state your job and I can't tell if it is independent contractor type.
4. I wrote an article on this, linked below.
5. How do you know that the employer is "not paying his...
What excise tax?
What about the transfer pricing aspect? customs?
Does the tax on the friends operation make up for lost government tax?
Not enough details to ascertain the totality of circumstances. Keep in mind that IRS will do the extra discovery to ascertain those total circumstances.
Consult with a tax attorney locally. Tell them all of the details of the plan, including deals made with others.