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  1. I started my lease on Nov. 15 2013 and it goes to Nov. 15 2014. We did not know that the neighborhood we moved into was full or crack houses, drugs, robberies and vandalizm. My husband on Dec. 20th was shot and robbed in our front yard. We have found a new safer place to move to. How can I get my landlord to let us out of the lease early? The landlord knows of this robbery of my husband and says it is still a safe place. I am at my witts end and have to move out. I also dont want to loose my deposit since it was alot more than the rent. Please help!!!!!
  2. The following is a request for guidance on how to proceed with my current situation. I am the father of two young boys, 4 & 5 years old, they have lived with me since birth. The mother & I have never been married, although we have lived together for the last seven years. During all those years I have been the sole provider for the family, three months ago she began a new job & now feels that she can support herself & take my children to live with her mother. At this point she is demanding that I leave our home or she will leave with the boys to her mothers home. In the past she has called the police and filed accusations of abuse, which after being investigated by the Police, were found to be unsubstantiated. Therefore I am seeking a way to protect my children & stand up for my rights as a father. I take the boys to school every morning & pick them up from school, take them to the park & I am always with them, unless I am at work or school. What can I do to prevent her from disrupting my children's home & family unit, any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Sincerely, RaRaDad
  3. Are there ways, other than the creation of an LLC/Corporation, to get limited liability for the owners of a website? The website is a side project of us (not officially launched yet) and will mainly contain user generated content. Revenues may be based on ads but will not happen in the near future after launch. Such ways would need to allow us to benefit from DMCA Safe-Harbor, and stay personally protected against lawsuits concerning infringements of copyrights, trademarks, patents, etc. Thanks.
  4. A friend and I would like to form an LLC for our website business, and register it in Wyoming (being easy to setup, cheap, and have no income tax on the corporate level, and for limited liability protection). We live respectively in North Carolina and Ontario, Canada. We do not have offices and work from home in parallel to our day job. The revenues will be based on ads and other online-only activities. It is not clear to us in which circumstances an LLC must be registered as foreign entity where the members live or work. I do not know if our online business (website worked on from 2 different home locations, with ads revenues) applies to the NC law 17 NCAC 05C .0102 DOING BUSINESS DEFINED found here: http://reports.oah.state.nc.us/ncac/title%2017%20-%20revenue/chapter%2005%20-%20corporate%20franchise,%20income,%20and%20insurance%20taxes/subchapter%20c/17%20ncac%2005c%20.0102.pdf And same question for the Ontario equivalent: http://www.e-laws.gov.on.ca/html/statutes/english/elaws_statutes_90e27_e.htm A Wyoming LLC seems like a good option for our case, only if we don't have to register a foreign entity in our 2 respective states (is that even possible?). Also, we would like to avoid having to change everything if one of us moves to a different state. Thank you.
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