Lawyer for Independent Media | Sue Basko
It sounds like you need to consult a lawyer of your own that you pay for. That is the only way to divulge all the details of your situation and get some solid answers. Often in contract law, it comes down to the intent of the parties. Was the person or persons behind the LLC intending to make a contract for themselves with the individual? You need to hire a lawyer and show the lawyer all the paperwork and emails and discuss. Whatever the situation, both parties should try to work out a deal that will be good for both of them.
Answer Applies to: California