I filed my LLC with the Secretary of State in 2014, and have never made more than $2,000.00 annually from my home business. Thus, I was wondering if I am still REQUIRED to send in that $800.00 yearly payment and if I don't what will happen?
This is not even debatable. Pay the money.See question
I am considering filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy jointly with my wife for a fresh financial start. We do not have a mortgage, tax debt, or medical debt. It is all consumer debt. I also have a service based business that is a single member LLC t...
Speak to your tax specialist AND a bankruptcy attorney. Most likely they will advise you to keep the LLC for now, but only a trained professional who has reviewed your financial condition can advise you best.
Every action you have taken financially will be examined and questioned, so it is best that you build your protective team now.See question
I go jogging early in the mornings and want to carry my stun gun inside my waist pouch on me.
I agree with the prior answers. In addition, let me add that should you decide to purchase the stun gun or any self-defense device, that you also get trained in its use by a reputable service. You will need to know how to respond when that danger lurks and how to distinguish danger from false alarms so you do not harm an innocent or yourself.See question
Husband is behind on court ordered temporary spousal support. We have an MSA signed but we have not agreed on how he will pay this arrears support. I want it in a lump sum. He wants to make payments. Can I ask our family law judge to order tha...
I agree with my colleagues that this will be a contested matter. Expect your husband and his counsel (if any) to argue that a lump sum payment would create an undue hardship for him. Based upon his I&E declarations and discovery responses you may be able to attack that position.
I know you believe you CAN do it without an attorney, but that does not mean you should. Especially as you are addressing health issues as well. It is best to have someone take some of the stress off of you and fight on your behalf.See question
A man I slept with once keeps sending me sexually explicit text messages even though I've expressed my disinterest and have asked him to stop contacting me. I no longer respond to his messages, but he doesn't stop. Can I file charges against him f...
There are two types of harassment you are considering here. Civil and Criminal. Under California CCCP Sec. 527 ,a) (1) A person who has suffered harassment as defined in subdivision (b) may seek a temporary restraining order and an injunction prohibiting harassment as provided in this section.
The law goes on to define "Harassment" in many ways including," a knowing and willful course of conduct directed at a specific person that seriously alarms, annoys, or harasses the person, and that serves no legitimate purpose." Having expressed no desire to have any further contact with this man, you should be able to obtain a restraining order. You can apply for one at most local courthouses via the clerk's office or through a Victim Support Services program at the DA's office.
Once the order is issued, you must serve the restrained party with notice and a copy of the order. Fortunately, you do not have to do that yourself. Once he is served he can ask for a hearing to have the order lifted or he can merely accept it. Should he attempt to contact you in any way or manner after that, then he is subject to being charged with the violation of a court order.
You can certainly ask your phone company to block his number as well.See question
I started working for a company and turned in a loan. This loan was closed and I was paid less then half my signed comp plan.
If I understand the scenario correctly you worked for a loan company and as part of your service to the company you were to receive a certain payment for the successful closing of a loan. In this case, the loan closed and you were not given your agreed upon compensation.
Gather all of the documents related to your employment including the compensation package, any emails or letters that lay out the agreement and all information related to the loan. Then contact an attorney and discuss the matter with your attorney. This might be solved with a simple letter without an all out war being declared. Then again, it may not. Proceed with diligence and expediency but also with caution.See question
I was on pain meds and was not told the whole truth. Someone else amended my contract without my approval. Date of birth and company name and has other writtings at the bottom. Is there a california law that makes that contract uninforcable
It is unclear from the statement which contract you are referring to. Is it your employment contract or is it a union contract? Do not answer here. Instead, seek assistance from either your union rep or an employment lawyer.See question
the by laws state one house for water right. this house was built an eventually excepted until my divorce. I paid an extra 20 thousand to my ex for this. My son an grand daughter now live in it.
Is there a question? It is unclear not only what the circumstances are but also what the inquiry is about.See question
I am sole owner of a Nevada LLC. I entered into a contract and signed a personal guarantee. A civil suit has been filed to enforce the contract. The LLC is named as a Defendant as well as myself. I know I can file an Answer for myself. Can I ...
Not only can you not answer, it would be folly for you to do so. Because the LLC is a separate legal entity, it has its own interests. Even though you are the sole owner, it is not to be treated as your piggy bank and mere alter ego. Take the time to seek counsel who handle such matters and can represent the interests of the LLC. Counsel may even be able to represent you both under certain conditions.See question
How many days do I have of grace period after the date that I have to pay my rent, in my contract says that is 5 days after, but my landlord crossed the 5 with a marker and put ''0'' days in front of it, is it legal what he did?
I agree with my brethren. Though some landlords offer a "grace period", there is no legal requirement that they provide one. There is also nothing that forbids them from offering a penalty for a payment made during that period. The alleged trade-off is that you can pay late, avoiding the eviction process ,but you pay the landlord for that privilege every time it happens.See question