I am an executor of my parent's estate. The estate still has a mortgage on it and payments are made through money that is part of the estate. Can this be seen as an asset when I file Chapter 13 even if I am not the name on the loan?
We were married for 20 yrs. He divorced me on March 14,2016. I had filed for contempt of court and he still had not paid up. 2017 he owes me $940.00 - 2018 he owes me $810.00 - so far 2019 he owes $875.00. Divorce case no.: 15 FA 0546 Case Code 40101 David and Cheryl Wollert bankruptcy case... Read more »
He still owes you the money. Child support and Alimony are not dischargeable in bankruptcy. Moreover, the stay does not apply to pursuit of these debts. Contempt in the divorce case is your best, quickest option.
My mother moved to assisted living only to find out my brother stole a lot of money from her. The divestment is over $50,000. My husband and I are private paying because she cannot live independently. Since my brother stole money, we planned on suing to try to recoup. (He received every penny. We... Read more »
You should consult the authorities bc a crime may have been committed. Also, you can bring an adversarial proceeding against your brother inside his bankruptcy case to recover the money if he obtained it by fraud or deceit. You should consult an experienced bankruptcy attorney to help you through...Read more »
I was sued by a creditor for about $4500 and i am currently and have been on Wi Badgercare and Wi Foodshare(Food Stamps). I am unemployed and have a relative giving me $800 a month($630 is rent, the rest is to live off per month) and my roommate gives me his portion of the rent each month(also... Read more »
If a child support payor files for chapter 13 with a 5 year repayment plan. Does this prevent the mother or child support from doing any modifications to increase child support for during that 5 years?
These businesses are supported financially by the others during the off season. They have a substantial amount of debt that is personal and the businesses. My father wants to file bankruptcy right away before trying to sell assets and my mother does not agree with him. He wants to keep one business... Read more »
This is such a complex question with so many variables that it is impossible to properly answer here. It depends on whose name and how assets and liabilities are held as to what the proper action. Each can file separately if necessary, but generally speaking both parties are best served by filing...Read more »
Back in March I was arrested for Federal Drug charges. I just recently got out on bail, I have about $25,000 in loan and credit card debt and another $105,000 owed on my house. Payments have not been made in 6 months because of jail, I currently have no job and... Read more »
I was falsely accused of 2 felonies. A judge ruled that my accuser intentionally lied to police causing me to be arrested. The judge found her guilty of intentionally causing me physical, emotional and financial harm. A hearing to determine damages is scheduled for next week. My accuser plans to... Read more »
It doesn't matter how you received ownership of the home. If you own real property and use it as your residence, you can use the available homestead exemption. However, a homestead exemption may not completely protect your property. You should speak to a local bankruptcy attorney to assess...Read more »
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