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An LLC owns a property wth a Father and Son and the Father wants to quitclaim it to his son. Does he just resign from the LLC or can he quitclaim the property as an added layer of future protection for the Son against the siblings in the future in...
Instead of a "band aid" Father should consult an estate planning attorney.
If there are three tenants in common and Father resigns leaving son alone in LLC, then son and wholly owned LLC would own the property.
Cleanest would be LLC and Father both quitclaiming to son.
Acusing me of not working my schedule but he was aware I changed my schedule.
Those who "threaten" rarely "do" [what they threaten].
Those who "do" rarely threaten; they just do it.
He was in a serious accident 9 months ago and was unable to attend meetings, functions. He turned over checkbook to another board member and explained procedures for paying utilities, etc. and recording expenses with backup receipts. My father has...
$500 is chicken-feed. Fire that person who didn't do their job and be done with it.
For the transition of management of your not for profit, Avvo will not be able to give you the personalized advice you can rely on based on a brief posting and no interview. No one "owns" a not for profit, so an understanding of transitioning from your father to someone needs to be done carefully, by an attorney.
Without looking at the bylaws, without knowing what you want to accomplish, just "guessing" about a resignation do you no good at all.
When incorporating a small business do I need to file for another federal tax id number to do an LLC? I am doing it online and its another $70 to file for one. We already have one but I dont know if I can use it
A new corporation (or LLC) has a separate legal identity (even if treated by the IRS as a "disregarded entity" [for tax purposes] ) and must have its own tax ID number. "You" cannot transfer a tax ID number between entities just like you can't swap social security numbers with a friend.
It doesn't cost anything to apply for a tax ID so I don't know what the $70 is about.See question
My bank gave my ex my new address. I was not disclosing that information to my ex because of a history of domestic violence and I have 3 children. He came to my home and kicked in my fence. He now watches my home. I now live I fear. I had to file ...
It is amazing the bank offered you anything.
Banks don't "give away" money; they settle for the minimum amount necessary to get rid of the case.
You have a restraining order and an offer to augment your security. After that, it 's not a legal decision, it's a personal one.
Norwalk, CA | June 22, 2017 So I stupidly stole 3 items of makeup at target today (should have never and won't ever do it again).I thought I wasn't gonna get caught until a guy in casual clothing stopped me outside and asked about the items and ...
Sign "something"? Get a copy.
Normally a civil demand letter does not have to be paid because statistically the companies "never" sue.
What office can you get the dissolution of marriage? Thank you
It's not a question of going to an office. You have to file documents to get a divorce. I really suspect you would benefit from a lawyer to have this done efficiently.See question
A bank owed me money, so I made a forum post online to discuss what I should do about it. I then decided to sue in small claims. The bank decided to settle, but in the settlement documents they want me to sign there is a "confidentiality and no...
Normally these agreements are not retroactive. No one has seen your agreement so there is a limit to analysis.
Frankly, if possible, I would take down the forum posting.
My wife and I live on the second floor of a 3 story condominium. Our neighbor occupying the unit right above us has been violently stomping on his floor and dropping heavy objects on his floor consistently/regularly for more than a year now, ma...
An honest answer is that law does not have all the answers.
Law cannot change the personality of, or improve the mental health of your co-owner-neighbor.
Restraining orders against future, speculative acts will not be an option.
I know of no legal provision to force him to move if he is an owner.
Can I file a complaint with the State Bar for perjury?
Until you win your case, it is useless to think of filing a claim with the state bar. Every losing litigant thinks everyone else is lying and unethical. They probably think the same about you.See question