You can certainly trademark the company name, if that mark has not been registered by someone in the same line of business, which is selling fruits. The phrase is also trademarkable to identify the source of fruits.
The way I would do is to do a search first in several databases to make sure these marks are still available. The next step is to file the application with the USPTO. The cost is $325 if filed electronically. Typically it takes several months for the PTO to publish your marks and...
While I agreed with my colleague's answers, I also want to point out that even if you show your combination does some new things, it is still obvious in the eyes of an examiner if a personal with ordinary skill in the art, for example, a plumber, would have come up with the idea.
I completely with my colleague's answer. Not paying child support is a serious matter. I would suggest that you contact the department of child support services and let the department take over the case so to avoid headaches from your side.
There are certain covenants in the lease that you must fulfill. One of them is the covenant of use and quiet enjoyment of the property. In your case, I do not think you have any obligations to reduce rent since the construction is out of your control and is not on your property.
If the debt occurred during marriage and it was a community debt, then the court still has jurisdiction and you may have to go back to the court to sort it out. He cannot do it in small claim court but the original family court. The court would want to know the reason the debt was omitted. If it was intentionally concealed then the settlement can be set aside within a certain time limits, according to family code 2122.
I agree with my colleagues that an NDA is definitely a good place to start. However, I would talk to a patent attorney first to see whether you can file a provisional first before you even talk to this investor. I do that for my clients anyway. I have peolple stealing ideas and creating similar business oversea, with an NDA in place of course.
More facts are needed to answer your questions. Child support is not something carved in stone. Either spouse can go back to court to ask for child support anytime they want to, provided there is a significant change in circumstances. If she is asking for more child support because your husband makes significant more money now, it is ok. Your marriage is not a significant change in circumstances that justifies a change in child support. In all likelihood, your income will reduce child support...
Judge can choose to impute your income based on earning capacity. To do that, the other party must prove ability to work, which you have; and most importantly opportunity to work. This must proved with tangible evidence like your resume, job ad, etc. They have to prove payscales as well. You also need to provide evidence to refute it.