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Withdrawal from LLC business

Answered 12 hours ago by attorney Michael D. Siegel | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Business Law

Michael D. Siegel
It requires an amendment to the Operating Agreement and a tax filing. This is around $1000.  However, you may need to amend the lease depending on what it says, and you still have liability for taxes through the date you leave the LLC.
It requires an amendment to the Operating Agreement and a tax filing. This is around $1000.  However, you may need to amend the lease depending... Read More
Marshal S. Willick, Esq.
Yoiu don't indicate where you are in the court process, but the system is set up to require each party to submit a "Financial Disclosure Form" -- with back-up documentation -- showing income from which support is determined.  If you are not in court, ask for salary/wage information informally;... Read More
Yoiu don't indicate where you are in the court process, but the system is set up to require each party to submit a "Financial Disclosure Form" --... Read More
Mark Tischhauser, Esq.
Possibly a case for dismissal or summary judgment - BUT you will need to hire a lawyer to handle this properly as such issues are VERY technical and easy to botch and get yourself evicted. 
Possibly a case for dismissal or summary judgment - BUT you will need to hire a lawyer to handle this properly as such issues are VERY technical and... Read More
Mark Tischhauser, Esq.
No. There is no such requirement as you described absent an agreed contract provison that you could have negotiated otherwise. 
No. There is no such requirement as you described absent an agreed contract provison that you could have negotiated otherwise. 
Mark Tischhauser, Esq.
This is simply a classic controversy between people calling 911 and seeking police intervention on family members and then later, when head clear, want to drop charges, only to find out that they dont want the results. You need to be VERY careful in this situation as this sounds more like you are... Read More
This is simply a classic controversy between people calling 911 and seeking police intervention on family members and then later, when head clear,... Read More
Mark Tischhauser, Esq.
This is not going to be addressed on an internet blurb. This is an issue for the seller to deal with by asking the sellers attorney. Othrwise seller will have to hire a second lawyer, out of pocket, to sue the buyers for recission or damages for sending the money to the wrong place. 
This is not going to be addressed on an internet blurb. This is an issue for the seller to deal with by asking the sellers attorney. Othrwise seller... Read More
Mark Tischhauser, Esq.
It is NOT "your home"....you are renters and possibly buyers so it is the LL home. IF you have a written contract for buying the house the LL ability to sell the house is all based on that written agreement. What you desctribe is that the LL says the money you paid is first and last months RENT,... Read More
It is NOT "your home"....you are renters and possibly buyers so it is the LL home. IF you have a written contract for buying the house the LL ability... Read More
Bruce Robins
It's difficult to answer your question without knowing what claims are asserted against you, but typically the claim would continue against your estate, not your husband.  If your husband is your sole heir, however, that pretty much amounts to the same thing.
It's difficult to answer your question without knowing what claims are asserted against you, but typically the claim would continue against your... Read More
Mark Tischhauser, Esq.
The only consumer fraud here is on your end. You simply cannot contract with people to buy cars, take possessions of them, then claim to "go window shopping" buy another car, and then play each off the the other for a better deal atfter the fact. You are probably going to get stuck with 2 cars and... Read More
The only consumer fraud here is on your end. You simply cannot contract with people to buy cars, take possessions of them, then claim to "go window... Read More
George Lawrence (Larry) Sandefer
Vehicular homicide is a very serious charge.  If he is not  going to get or keep a public defender you should cotact a criminal defense attorney immediately and he should not talk to anyone until he does that.  I would look for a board certified criminal trial attorney to insure that... Read More
Vehicular homicide is a very serious charge.  If he is not  going to get or keep a public defender you should cotact a criminal defense... Read More
Mark Tischhauser, Esq.
There is none other than working out a deal with the LL and making sure ALL the rent is paid in full - not just "your half". 
There is none other than working out a deal with the LL and making sure ALL the rent is paid in full - not just "your half". 
Mark Tischhauser, Esq.
You need to pay the rent in the 3 days or the LL will file an eviction proceeding, that will be on your permanent record, even if you won. As a general rule you cannot withold rent in Florida for such repairs and when you can, there is a specific procedure to follow. 
You need to pay the rent in the 3 days or the LL will file an eviction proceeding, that will be on your permanent record, even if you won. As a... Read More
Mark Tischhauser, Esq.
We handle such cases - you can call our office at 813-877-6442 for a FREE consultation. 
We handle such cases - you can call our office at 813-877-6442 for a FREE consultation. 

How can I avoid foreclosure

Answered 18 hours ago by attorney Mark Tischhauser, Esq. | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Foreclosures

Mark Tischhauser, Esq.
YOu need to pay what you owe......if you have a dispute about that, hire a lawyer, pay what you owe under protest and then sue to get it back. 
YOu need to pay what you owe......if you have a dispute about that, hire a lawyer, pay what you owe under protest and then sue to get it back. 
Mark Tischhauser, Esq.
No way to tell but there is certainly a process that will need to occur. That stated, you need to address the reason for the foreclosure and hire a lawyer ASAP BEFORE you lose your house. 
No way to tell but there is certainly a process that will need to occur. That stated, you need to address the reason for the foreclosure and hire a... Read More
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