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Burning Man is on fire. The annual desert destination in the middle of Nevada has been ignited into something much bigger since achieving nonprofit status, sparking what could be a much more global reach. But what is Burning Man? It isn’t easy to explain this experimental community experience. Even Carly Schwartz of the Huffington Post […]
Dissolving an LLC, Avoiding Probate, Child Entrepreneurs, and More Legal Advice – Free Joe Friday 8/5/11
Hi! Here’s my legal question: I recently partook in an online consumer survey. For my participation, I was to receive a $5 check. My check arrived, but it was in the amount of $25. Is their screwup my gain, or am I legally bound to notify them/return it?
We had some renters put a wall up in our house and then move, didn’t know they did it tell after the fact. They split a room, now the county wants us to get a permit for putting up a wall or taking it down. Where they didn’t build a room just divided one do you really have to get a permit to do that?
I’m looking at my first real commercial lease agreement for a bigger space.. Lots to consider in this economy! Among the 32 pages of legalese, are there any common ‘gotchas’ that I should be looking out for?
In this week’s small business news roundup, we’ll talk about The New York Times’ weekly roundup, help you pinpoint the differences between Peachtree and Quickbooks, share advice from former corporate America folks, discuss when it’s time to consider changing your business’ DNA, and learn how to reach your target market without breaking your budget. Let’s […]
Every Friday, attorney Joe Escalante answers legal questions for free on the LegalZoom Facebook Page. Did you miss last week’s Free Joe Friday? Don’t worry. We’ve got it all right here. Gracie: What I want to know is what type of designed items should be patent and what should be copyright? Joe Escalante: Somewhere between […]
Do you really have to pay the red light photo tickets that are taken with a camera?
We have a judgement against us for $11,304, at this time, they are garnishing my wages for $3,000 of that. Now, we find out that they have put a hold on our checking account for the full amount of $11,304. Can they do that, and if so, how is that possible?
Every Friday, attorney Joe Escalante answers legal questions for free on the LegalZoom Facebook Page. Did you miss last week’s Free Joe Friday? Don’t worry. We’ve got it all right here. Lori: Hi my name is Lori I am a single mom and recently quit my job to prepare for a wedding he “Mr Perfect” […]