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Hello, a former member of our church is slandering our Pastor as well as the church via social media (Facebook) talking negatively with false slanderous words and lies. This has happened before months ago and is appearing on social media again. Th...
The first step in a situation such as this usually is a cease-and-desist letter, hopefully from a law firm. If your church subscribes to a monthly legal service, letter writing is usually included. If not, there are plenty of attorneys in town who will do something like this for a reasonable fee. If the letter is unsuccessful, the church can sue the person for defamation. The first step would be an initial consultation with an attorney.See question
This girl keep sending threatening Texts everyday and also has impersonated me and threatened my landlord. What can I do
You can go to justice court and get an injunction against harassmentSee question
The police attorney never took notes, had her laptop back pointed in my direction, and was able to be precise when saying that 1:15 minutes ago I said such and such, etal with just a glance at her laptop.
Arizona has a one-party law that says recording a conversation is legal so long as one of the parties knows about the recording.See question
My stuff got stolen a few months ago and the night it happened i notified the PD and the Detectives and told them the named of the people who i thought stole my stuff, and they did absolutely nothing. So a few weeks ago maybe three weeks ago i saw...
You can sue the people who stole your stuff for conversion. You can recover the value of what was stolen.See question
What does it cost approximately for an attorney to send a simple demand letter? Could it be over $500? $700? Is there a rough range you could give?
Most attorneys are going to want to meet with you first to determine whether a demand letter is the best alternative to address your legal problem. Most attorneys will charge a fee for that initial consultation and another fee to write the actual letter, if that is what it is decided is the best thing to do. In Los Angeles, you are probably looking at around $400 total.See question
I was solicited by a man to invest into his llc. Over a period of time, as he continued to solicit, I invested $150,000. It was never disclosed to me that he would use the money for personal expenses, he had sole control of all investor money, I...
You may very well have a civil claim against this individual for fraud or conversion or something similar. More would have to be known about the situation in terms of what you were promised, how you may have been misled. The Arizona Corporation Commission may be able to get you at least partial restitution. You should probably seek out a consultation with an attorney in person to go over it all.See question
My parents had a Restaurant from 1997 to 2008. At some point my Parents put the business under my name thinking that it would help me in the future. When the business when under i was held responsible for the unpaid state taxes. i was on a payment...
A lawyer or enrolled agent can negotiate on your behalf with the Arizona Department of Revenue. We have an Enrolled Agent in our office who does this. I am changing your practice area from civil rights to tax so more tax attorneys will weigh in. It may be also that you are not personally liable for all the money. You should bring everything to a lawyer or enrolled agent for review.See question
I'm self-employed. A client owes me for work i did in 2016. He still hasn't paid me and said because im self employed he can pay me whenever he wants. Is this true? There is also no contract involved.
Just because there is not a written contract does not mean there is no contract at all. Arizona recognizes a claim for breach of an oral contract, which is what this is. An attorney could write a stern demand letter, which may very well cause your client to pay your bill, and if it does not, file a breach of contract complaint. Under Arizona law, attorneys fees are available to the winning party in a breach of contract case.See question
I have operated my own piano and guitar seminar business since 1993 and started this in association with another company which is located in California. When I started I signed a non-compete agreement with this company. The owner of this busines...
Non-compete agreements are generally only enforceable for limited periods of time. However, if your businesses were operating at the same time, that may have kept the agreement going at least so long as that was the case. It would be best to have an attorney review the agreement to determine if it is OK for you to enter what was this other company's market.See question
I'm expanding my gym and cannot use the current llc in any way. So I am looking to sign another lease on next door suite and knocking wall out to conjoin them. I will have two separate leases with two separate llc. Does it matter in a liability wa...
Once you sign up the dba with the Secretary of State as a trade name, no other business in Arizona may use that dba, including your second LLC. It is the LLC that provides protection from liability, not the dba. That is just a trade name.See question