answered on Feb 23, 2023
Yes. Only disabled veterans or their unremarried surviving spouses are 100% exempt from paying property tax in Mississippi. An exemption for seniors, and disabled people, is available in Mississippi, and persons over 65 can qualify for a reduction of up to $7,500 on the taxable value of their... Read more »
answered on Feb 7, 2023
Only disabled veterans or their unremarried surviving spouses are 100% exempt from paying property tax in Mississippi. An exemption for seniors, and disabled people, is available in Mississippi, and persons over 65 can qualify for a reduction of up to $7,500 on the taxable value of their property.
I live and would operate in Mississippi. I have not started selling yet. I just wanted to know in advance. If I am exempt from MS sales tax, are there any forms that I have to fill out? Thanks,
answered on Oct 24, 2022
Yes, Mississippi requires that you collect sales tax on digital sales, and apply for a sales tax permit from the Department of Revenue.
Do I just continue to pay them or what will happen I’m just making sure they can take my home after the bankruptcy is over thanks
I home is financed threw a bank with a convention loan how does this work if I file chapter 13 bankruptcy
answered on May 25, 2023
You can include your home in a Chapter 13 plan, and your payment remains the same. If you owe an arrearage, you can spread out and pay back the arrears over the life of the plan.
My husband and I bought this lot in 2014 and we have a quit claim deed can if we file chapter 7 can bankruptcy take it
answered on May 20, 2023
If it is your homestead with less than $75,000 in equity, then yes, you can file a Chapter 7 and keep it.
She quit paying and didn’t tell me she filed. I found out too late to be added to bankruptcy. What’s the best way to get my money back? We signed a promissory note.
answered on May 22, 2023
An attorney can file a Motion to Allow Late-Filed Claims for you, but check her plan first to see the percentage being paid to unsecured creditors. If its 0%, you may not receive anything even if you had been noticed and filed a claim on time.
answered on Jan 11, 2023
If you are current on your mortgage, you can file a Chapter 13, if eligible, and continue to pay your mortgage directly to your lender.
She had 2 life insurance policies naming me as the only beneficiary. She also had joint checking account with me. I have received 3 checks since her death made out to her estate (the checks were for reimbursement of some insurance premiums). Bank says I need to open an estate account & deposit... Read more »
answered on Nov 29, 2022
No, you can complete a small estate affidavit and present that to the bank.
Mother died without will in MS. One of 9 heirs was unwilling to compromise on division of land and assets, Heirs hired an attorney but courts appointed a non family administrator. What will the attorney use our money for if there is an administrator.
answered on Oct 24, 2022
Mississippi requires a lawyer to draft and file all of the necessary pleadings with the chancery court.
They have already started taking money
answered on Jul 29, 2022
Yes, depending upon availability, most bankruptcy attorneys can file an emergency petition the same day which would immediately prevent repossession.
The state lost my returns in 2008 and now won’t except a refile. I went out of business in 2010 and filed for bankruptcy on business and personal.
answered on Jul 25, 2022
There is no limitation on the time that Mississippi can collect sales taxes from you.
answered on Apr 16, 2022
Dependent upon the circumstances, the State of Mississippi has no such statute of limitations, and the amount of tax due may be determined, assessed and collected and suit or proceedings for the collection of the tax may be begun at any time after it becomes due.
answered on Sep 20, 2021
Yes, you must include his contributions to the household.
I am executer over estate. Original plan was for me to buy out my siblings. We cannot agree on a price bc they want 20k more than appraisal. This has been going on for 3 yrs now. I have paid ALL expenses, including 5 yrs now of taxes. The 2 yrs behind my mother owed and the3 since her passing.
answered on Sep 15, 2021
No, merely paying the property taxes does not entitle anyone to the property.
Or can some of it still be discharged?
answered on Jul 27, 2021
If it has been more than 4 years since you filed your Chapter 7, you are now eligible for a discharge in a Chapter 13. The portion of your unsecured debt that you will repay in a Chapter 13 will dependent upon your actual current income and expenses.
A non-lawyer told me all four children should be named in the will even if some are not beneficiaries. True in Mississippi? The children are adults.
I can't see if this question is linked to the topic I was researching. It concerned cemetery law. 2013 Mississippi Code, Title 41 - PUBLIC HEALTH, Chapter 43 - CEMETERIES AND BURIAL GROUNDS, CEMETERY LAW
§ 41-43-47 - Cemetery rules and regulations
answered on Apr 28, 2021
In law, reasonableness is subjective and dependent upon the particular circumstances and people involved, so cannot be broadly defined.
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