One partner of an LLC is controlling the bank account and that person will not give the other partners access to the account.
Plus, I believe the partner is stealing money and/or using the business money for personal reasons.
I've asked for the online credentials many times but the partner is now completely ignoring all other partners.
What type of attorney do I need for this situation? Business?
And is that the correct terminology: seeking an injunction to get access to the bank account?
No where in the partnership agreement does it state that one partner controls the money without knowledge/consent of the other partners and/or can keep the other partners from accessing the bank account.
It would seem you do need a court order; based on your question presented. If the person will not provide the information that you and the other Members have the legal right to access, then that person will clearly need to be made to do what he/she should already be doing but is apparently not. The best recommendation I can make here is for you to get into a lawyer's office, spend a couple bucks to pay for some time, and have your situation and documents reviewed. This will allow you to learn your situation from a legal perspective, hear your options, and provide you anticipated pricing information. This way, you can make a fully informed decision. There are many of us here on AVVO who can assist.
I am sorry you are dealing with this, and I hope you find this info helpful.
Peace and wellness,
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