I claimed bankruptcy many years ago. I keep getting a notification of an outstanding balance with Caliber Home Loans. The house sold in 2017 for over $40,000 more than what I owed on the house. I am wondering if I am entitled to any of this at all.
Debtor recently filed a chapter 13 and the plan has been confirmed. There is a property owned by the debtor with the ex-wife that the ex-wife is now fully responsible for, per the divorce agreement, but the debtor's name was never removed from the title. Now ex-wife is looking to sell that... Read more »
The program is for promotional growth and advance. Higher pay and higher position. I was accepted and then taken out of the program. I have not received any disciplinary charges still and that's why they saying I was removed from the promotional opportunity.
HOI is Home Owners Insurance. PIF could be paid in full. It sounds like they are asking for you to provide an invoice showing that your homeowner's insurance is paid in full. The simplest way to verify is to ask the bank to explain the acronyms to be sure.
No. That doesn't work. You still have to go to court. Your son could evict once he owns the property saying that he owns it and wants to live in an apartment. This is not a compelling argument for most judges at this time.
I live on the top floor of a 2 story house. Downstairs is a couple who are also renting. Landlord is a combat vet and uses it to get some kind of discount, not sure how it works. Landlord insists on cash rent, saying he needs to "keep my footprint low." Last tenant left under very odd... Read more »
Look like you can afford $550 a month I need the room back; he is using COVID-19 law as an excuse. And I never mentioned eviction or filed one What can I do? I real want him out mainly because of the smoking that was clearly stated on the agreement not to do. Do we as landlord have any rights with... Read more »
Met them at Food Bank where I volunteer. Have month to month contract. Told them 1 year only and retiring at 64. That was fall 2018 In Oct 2019 I extended it thru June 2020 to keep their son in school. They had 3 kids then. Today, January 2021, I Need to sell my 2 bedroom condo as I’m out of... Read more »
If they are destroying the property, you can evict them for that. There are still ways for landlords to evict; non-payment of rent is not one of them though. You should also look into the federal rental assistance that is coming. It is first come first serve, and with...Read more »
All of my debt occurred in a different state and is some years old I and homeless no income at moment. I will soon be filing taxes for the last years as I know it's required. Can you provide free legal aid for my situation?
Try upsolve.org it is a free filing tool run by a non-profit. If you ask for attorney help, they will sell your contact information to an attorney as a lead. So, if you say you don't want a free tool, you will get a sales pitch.
there is only 60,000 left after bills but I am confused on the law when it says ...spouse gets 25% but not less that 50,000 or more than 200,000....Do I keep the 60,000 with out sharing or ??? Im confused
Your location says Noncock, OH, but the question is posted in New Jersey? If you are in New Jersey the evictions courts are not really working at this time. Cases can be filed, but the sheriff's are not performing lock outs.
Is there a probate hearing in Cape May County NJ and how does that work. What if I wish to contest the executor named in the will. My brother is one of the executors and I dont know if I can trust him. What is the requirement of the executor to share all financial records of my deceased mother.
The lein stays attached to the property and continues to gather interest. If a foreclosure has been initiated, that will be stayed pending the bankruptcy. If chapter 13 is filed, then the lien can be paid off in the chapter 13 bankruptcy.
My supervisor said he was sent an email stating my employer wanted to fire me for using a phone during work hours, which I have done previously for over a year. I and another employee, both women of color, were told we were acting suspicious and how they were afraid we were planning a robbery at... Read more »
As an at-will employee, you can be fired for any reason as long as it is not discriminatory. However, if only women of color are being told this while others use their cell phones then it may be the basis for a lawsuit / EEOC complaint.
But, if your employer tells everyone not to use...Read more »
Husband seems to do pretty well we live in a nice house multiple high end cars claims to have substantial debt including a million dollar loan he says that is backed by the house. Offered me a deal to buy him out of the house he wants the down payment he put down back plus about 100k of the equity... Read more »
My mother in law passed with a will in NJ. One asset in her name, an IRA that transferred to her husband. One small bequest to a non family member ($2,500). All other assets jointly titled all passed to her husband (checking/savings, house)
Can the bequest be paid from checking account... Read more »
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