I have a judgment against me that stipulates that I owe the LLC I am a part owner of. Can I negotiate with other LLC partners a settlement for that judgment? For example, I owe 40k to LLC, can I negotiate lower amount with partners to satisfy ju...
This is a variation of your question yesterday. You can negotiate it, but the LLC as an entity, even if you are a minority Member can execute on the full judgment it has.See question
I was parked with my brother in the driver seat and me in the passenger seat and two cops were passing by and stopped to check our plates for no reason. And my registration was expired so they got out the car ( two of them) with their guns in hand...
I don't do criminal law, but from what I remember, an expired registration would be sufficient "reasonable cause" to investigate further and to reasonably protect themselves while doing so. I suspect that there are other versions of "just parked with my brother" may exist to add to reasonable cause.
Thank goodness no one was hurt.See question
I WOULD LIKE TO OPEN A BUSINESS OF NO MORE OF 100 EMPLOYEES, BUT I NEED TO KNOW HOW MUCH WILL AN ATTORNEY CHARGE PER HOUR OF HIS/HER SERVICES TO REVIEW A CONTRACT
Hourly rates vary a lot. You don't want "cheap", you want professional. Expensive does not mean "professional" Pick the attorney, not the price. PS - a business with more than 10 or 20 employees needs a lawyer on call for the inevitable numerous questions which arise. One hundred is quite a large business.See question
I own 49% of a partnership in LLC, my partner 51% sued me and won for breaking fiduciary duties. I owe the LLC x amount. How does this work? Isn't any of the assets of the LLC divided by the amount of ownership?
Your ownership does not mean you pay a "discounted" portion of the judgment. Further, if your "partner" sued you and not the LLC sued you then your "partner" would receive 100%See question
Girl at my job forged a check and signed my name on the back and stole and used my i.d. to cash it. The owner of the check confirmed he didn't write the check. So no money was taken out. But my ID was used. And my name is signed on the back of the...
You identify the criminal. Hopefully you filed a theft claim when your ID was stolen and requested a replacement.See question
A man who was very tall, more than 6 feet, violently snatched a child off the ground and held him to his (the man's) body. He snatched something from the child as he violently shook the child. He then violently threw the child back to the ground. ...
The "reliability" of eyewitness testimony is rarely reliable.
It is an open question what business it is of yours or the restaurant manager. If you think the child is in danger contact the police or child services. Before you do, think of the consequences if your interpretation was incorrect. Having raised three children I would be very reticent about risking foster care, etc. based on your single, outsider's observation.See question
I live in a side by side duplex my neighbor recently installed a survalince camera pointed directly at my porch is this legal.
Video yes, audio no.See question
In a case where Tangible evidence is required, is a Child of 6 considered Tangible, if in case of financial trust over a disabled adult, would a child be considered as such for legal proceedings in a Financial abuse case under California Welfare a...
Evidence (tangible or not) is not the same as a (competent) witness. A child of six years age is rarely competent to testify.See question
App developer resides and works from California. Developer wishes to create an LLC for each software project. Is there a structure that would allow creating those LLCs for each project, but also require paying the $800 LLC fee once? For example...
Each LLC must pay it's own fee. One LLC can act as a holding company for other LLCs but each must pay the minimum fee. PS - if $800 makes that big a difference, you need to re-examine your business and finance models.See question
Hello: I looked up the phone number of a calling party from caller-id (name only said "DRS") and a web search listed that phone number as that of "Direct Recovery Services." They have called me directly three times (according to my caller-id...
Wait until you get sued. Until then it's just a collection agency looking for "low hanging fruit" (people who will voluntarily pay because they are scared.)See question