It is amazing nobody is bringing this up: Celebrity doctor Dr. Robert Huizenga is just as responsible for the HIV cover-up as Charlie himself! A Harvard graduate, Mr. Huizenga isn’t stupid, but how could be be cavalier? He implicated himself as an enabler in Charlie’s web of deception in The Today Show interview.
A Limited Liability Company (LLC) is by far the most popular route to take for small businesses wishing to incorporate. Requirements and rules are different in every state, but know that it is quite simple to get through the process. Follow these easy and quick tips and you will be on your way to entrepreneurship!
Choose Your Business Name
This is the fun part. The main law here is that it cannot already be used for another LLC in your state. Most sites where you set up your LLC will make sure of that before giving you the ok. The name will end with LLC or Limited Liability Company.
The LLC Articles of Organization Form
This part is simple. At this point in the game you do not have to specify who does what, only naming all of the members of the LLC. In addition you will notify the state of the business name, the purpose of your business, an office address and who your registered agent (individual who receives legal documents).
Have Your Local Newspaper Publish A Notice
ONLY do this if your state requires it. It is not necessary if it is not required. Be sure to find out if your state does require a newspaper notice! If so, publish before you file the LLC Articles of Organization.
Submit LLC Articles of Organization Form
You will submit this form to your Secretary of State. Some Websites do this for you if you choose the correct package. In addition to the form you will be sending the appropriate filing fees. The fees are also dependent on your state. They typically range from $50 to $1000. Caution: a number of states have a corporate tax separate from your filing fee. This also must be paid when you file.
Create an LLC Operating Agreement
An operating agreement will determine who is responsible for what both financially and management wise. The terms will also be a part of your agreement. No matter who you are working with or partnering with for your LLC. It is important you do this. Put everything in writing. A little more work in the beginning will save you many headaches business wise and personally later.
How To Defend A Protective Order – NRS 200.571
If you’ve had a protective order (or TPO) filed against you, the first thing you need to do is take it seriously! If you are convicted of violating one, you could be looking at up to a year in jail and have a gross misdemeanor conviction on your record (under NRS 200.575 / NRS 200.575). Secondly, if you are someone who has a professional license, such as a doctor, lawyer, teacher, real estate agent or you have security clearance; you absolutely should hire an attorney to file a “motion to dissolve”. The reason is, a conviction on your record can hurt your ability to make a living.