A disgruntled employee walked off the job went against his noncompete to another hair salon in my town so I had to sue the salon he went to and him also to get him out of there the salon agreed to let him go ,so they didn't get sued anymore .tha...
In addition to what the others have said, you need a lawyer because you are not allowed to represent the LLC in court. Only an attorney can do that. Even if that were not the case, you would be wise to talk to a lawyer - today - and check what it would take to defend this thing. Give a call today and check with an attorney, OK? It will be peace of mind in any case.See question
Back in 2011 I had a slip and fall accident that left me with 6 herniated and 3 bulged disks in my back. I was in a car accident on Wednesday that I was hit from behind. My pain in my back, neck, head and legs have gone to a constant 8 out of 10 i...
Yes, even though the back injury was pre-existing, you can still sue for aggravation to the injury. As to being not registered - no, that has nothing to do with your accident. I would call a lawyer today and talk about it. Most of us who do auto accidents do not charge for the call.
Employer wants employee to sign a best practice agreement
It could be. It all depends on the circumstances, because Connecticut is an "at will" state. This means that you can generally be hired an fired for any reason, or no reason - so long as it is not an illegal reason. If you form a contract with your employee that can limit the reasons they can fire you. If you are concerned, I would suggest you have a lawyer look at it. I am not certain from your question what the concern is.
Good luck with it.
I was at a red light, with 4 passengers and while waiting for the light to turn green another car hit my car from behind (back of driver side). They left the sence noone in my car said they were hurt until police came. I have a migrane that never ...
I hate when this happens! The answer is - wait for it - "MAYBE." It will depend on the type of insurance you have. Call a lawyer today. Any one of us who do accidents like this will talk to you for free. You need a copy of your insurance policy before you do so. I have GEICO too; you can get yours online.
I bought a business recently and the party who I purchased from committed fraud and stole from me. I've seen a few lawyers and they all advise that I should sue the party I purchased the business from, however I am unable to pay a $3500 or $5000 r...
Talk to more lawyers. Some will work on a contingency fee, and some will work out hybrid fees with you. It depends on the strength of the cases.See question
We live in Connecticut. My fiancé is trying to leave an LLC he started with his business partner about two years ago. The partner has screwed my fiancé out of pay and doesn't want him to be a part of the business anymore. The partner has been runn...
If he could wave a magic wand what would he want? To keep the LLC and kick out the other member? To get paid out and move on with life? It could be that simply separating himself from the company is the best bet, but he may have options. We have a pretty comprehensive LLC law, so if he just wants out, there are steps to take. But, he may have other options. Check with a lawyer soon.See question
My Dad has a trust He is well under the 5mil gift limit His Roth Ira is not in the trust He will very very likely live at leasr 10 more years or longer even though he is over 80 After 5 years, Will transferring 50k of the roth to me, ...
LTC costs have a "look back" provision. So, transferring the money may not do the trick. Talk to a estate planning attorney for some options. Based on what you have here, it may work, but there may be issues not readily apparent (or appropriate for a public forum).
I moved out about a year ago, my S/O is paying mortgage & recently got 2 roommates but won't re-apply because he will then get taxed on the money he receives. (he can't refinance currently under just him because he doesn't make enough/bad credit s...
(1) Pay it off, (2) your s/o can refinance it, or (3) go bankrupt. Other than that, I can't think of a way to get off the mortgage. DO NOT FILE A QUITCLAIM DEED. That gets rid of your interest in the house, not the debt. You may have options, but a quitclaim is not one of them.
I am executor of my grandmother's affairs and I would like to avoid probate court upon her demise. We are currently joint owners on all her bank accounts, but not the home. Do I need to be added and be first right of beneficiary?
I am curious as to how small we are talking about and what assets there are, and then who else is a beneficiary? Depending on the answers to these questions there may be strategies that your grandma can pursue. In answer to your direct question about the house; yes, if you are the joint owner of the home, it would not require probate for the home to be transferred to you at her passing.
Call an estate planning lawyer and figure out some options.
I need to move out of my apartment because of a new job. My lease is a bit vague saying that: "A one year commitment is agreed upon and assured with the signing of this document........30 days written notice is required before moving out however, ...
From what you wrote here I would presume you are on the hook for the full year. The lease should say how written communication must be delivered, so no, your custom of texting is probably not sufficient unless that is approved in the lease. Have an attorney look at the lease to help you with your options.