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    Trusts: Re: Trus Beneficiaries

    Beat you to it. :friendly_wink:



    PG, Would a photocopy of trust documents be valid or would duplicates each with original signatures be required?
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    Trusts: Re: Trus Beneficiaries

    Nothing. He's dead.

    But if you are asking what he can do while he's alive he can name a trustee who is not a beneficiary and leave the original trust documents with that person.
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    Re: Sued on Charged Off Debt

    Well, $2600 is hardly enough for the consequences of bankruptcy.

    Do you have a job? One that's worth keeping? If yes, call the lender and see if you can get a payment plan that's equal to the...
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    Re: Sued on Charged Off Debt

    None of that means anything. You still owe the money. A charge-off is an accounting thing that allows the lender to take a tax write-off for a bad debt. The lender can still pursue the debt and if...
  5. Re: Lost Old Paycheck. Employer Won't Send a New One Out

    Contact the Ohio Department of Labor:

    https://ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/site/jobs/topic-hubs/labor-law/

    Ask if there are any laws or rules about a former employer having to replace a lost...
  6. Asset Protection: Re: Protectinc Property from Partner's Next of Kin

    And by making a will that spells out the disposition of personal property.

    And by listing a beneficiary on accounts.
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    Re: Roth vs After Tax 401k

    Yes, your conversion to Roth is taxable (without penalty after 59 1/2). The idea, though, is that your investment earnings that flows into the new Roth is non taxable after 5 years for each...
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    Re: Roth vs After Tax 401k

    Do both. Tax deferred when your income is high. Upon retirement, convert portions to Roth (or cash) each year to minimize income taxes.
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    Defenses: Re: Counter Sue for Attorney Fees

    Check your sales contract to see if it has a bilateral attorney fee provision. If it does, you might be able to recover attorney fees. The best person to ask, of course, is your attorney.
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    Re: Tax Exemption

    Yes.
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    Re: Tax Exemption

    You get the $500k exclusion. The following is right out of IRS Publication 523 Page 3 Ownership

    Determine whether you meet the ownership require-ment.If you owned the home for at least 24 months...
  12. Re: Composing an Operating Agreement for LLC

    An attorney who participates here under the name Taxing Matters has written the following about LLCs:

    The LLC form of business, like the corporation, protects the owners of the business from...
  13. Re: Composing an Operating Agreement for LLC

    Same answer I gave you last April.

    I'm not seeing any benefit from an LLC either. I've owned rental homes without one.

    Why do you think you need one?

    You didn't answer the question then....
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    Military Benefits: Re: Denial of Sbp for a Surviving Spouse

    I think you meant that for the snow thread, not this one.
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    Military Benefits: Re: Denial of Sbp for a Surviving Spouse

    I checked the DFAS website briefly and couldn't find anything about an appeal for denial of benefits. You might want to spend some time drilling through it or ask a rep about it.
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    Nuisance: Re: Snow Dumping by Neighbor

    I seriously doubt that there is any statute that addresses how one clears his driveway of snow.

    This is either an intentional or negligent act for which you can sue under common law if you...
  17. Re: Got Hired Doing a Sign Holding Job . Am an Independent Contractor

    DUPLICATE POST.

    Reported for deletion.

    See:

    https://www.expertlaw.com/forums/showthread.php?t=247108&p=1151031&highlight=#post1151031
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    Re: Emergency Injunction - State or Federal

    State court if the business has substantial presence in your state. If not you are likely to have to file in the state where the business is located.

    If you are in CT, here's the applicable law:...
  19. Re: Demands for Unpaid Withholding Taxes Dating Back More Than 10 Years

    Of course you have a right to "request." Go ahead and request and see how it goes.



    I don't know. Pay what they say. Get a tax attorney. Doesn't seem that you have many options.

    Let this be...
  20. Copyright Law: Re: Cdc Images Can Only Be Used with Their Logo Removed

    Are you going to post the video as a public service or do you expect to make money from it?



    The first link you provided says:



    The second link that "attaches strings" is the "unless...
  21. Copyright Law: Re: Cdc Images Can Only Be Used with Their Logo Removed

    I'm no expert but I think it means that you can't use the CDC logo by itself. For example, you have a company name with the initials CDC, you cannot use the design for your logo.

    Reproducing the...
  22. Copyright Law: Re: Cdc Images Can Only Be Used with Their Logo Removed

    You have taken that sentence out of context and it's obviously not a word for word quotation.

    Provide a link to that limitation if you want comments on what it actually says.
  23. Getting Fired: Re: Performance Below Standard- Performance Improvement Period Matched Covid Lockdown

    There is nothing illegal about it. You just don't want to accept it.
  24. Re: Emancipation, Emotional Abuse (New York)

    Oh gee. Another unhappy teenager. If the abuse is that bad, call child protective services and you might be removed from the home.

    Otherwise stick it out until you are 18. Then you'll be an adult...
  25. Traffic Accidents: Re: 4 Car Accident at Fault Insurance Policy Limits Might Exceed

    First thing you have to understand is that Progressive is not your insurance company and has a contractual obligation to protect its own insured, even when its insured is at fault.

    When more than...
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