It's not improper for an attorney to represent a relative in a breach of contract case.See question
You can add your boyfriend to your bank account and that constitutes a joint bank account. However, what is being looked at is an intermingling of finances, so if there are no deposits and payments made toward joint expenses, it is not as convincing.
Your citizen boyfriend should not be affected by the fact that he received Unemployment Benefits last year, as long as his current earnings are sufficient to satisfy the income requirements.
Have the titles to assets been changed to reflect ownership by the Trust?See question
You can contact the Creditor yourself and try to come to a resolution. If not, do not ignore the Summons. I'd suggest contacting a local attorney.See question
The above advice from my learned colleagues is all very good. The act of legally forming a corporation is itself easy and many online firms offer that service. However, there are many other issues that are fact sensitive to best operate and maintain corporate records for the company in a legally (and tax) effective manner. Consulting with a business lawyer would be worthwhile.See question
Been watching Orange is the New Black?See question
Not likely to succeed. You, wife, would likely be liable for husband's "damages."See question
If both wife have parents have effective POA's then you have a dispute. If the patent's POA only becomes effective upon on the wife being unable to act, then that's a difficult argument.See question
There are other indicia of goof-faith marriage beyond commingling of assets. Talk to an attorney with experience in Immigration. Best of luck,
Without a will, estate would not go to a sibling when there's a living wife and child.See question