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.
The short answer is yes, anyone needs to be evicted by court order. There is no self help lockouts in residential cases. However, the issue will turn on why your spouse is in the property, and whether your spouse claims ownership in it.
Because the money did not add up to pay off the arrears, or your surplus of income was higher to pay it faster. The question is why were you in Chapter 13 in the first place, and whether you should re-file, or do a modification in state court.
If a co op of a deceased persons estate is the type of co op which can only be handed back to the company and one can not sell it themselves or rent it themselves. Will the company be forced by the law to release all funds gotten from sale and allow the debts of the estate to be paid in order of... Read more »
Mortgage has 8 years left and the mortgage holder says, I have to pay all the interest on it, as if, I were to take the 8 years left to pay? I believe this is wrong and possibly illegal? Please advise.
My dog was attacking another dog at a dog park and the owner got bit in the process. A police report was filed. An ambulance came and took her to the ER. She got the ER bill. I paid for it and we signed a general release form specifying the amount that was to be paid (the ER bill). It was... Read more »
Anyone can sue anyone if they pay the fee. Thus, the question is do you have a defense. It depends on what the form says. Assuming it is a true general release form, you should have a complete defense.
I don’t think the debt is mine and I believed I tried to dispute it off my report a while ago . I called Capital one bank to see why my New business debit card wasn’t here and they forward it to the collection agency . I don’t ever remember having any debt with capital one . My money is still... Read more »
It sounds like you are confused. To freeze an account there must be a judgment. The judgment lasts for 20 years in NY. The statute of limitations refers to the time to bring the initial case to get the judgment. To vacate a judgment you need to make a motion in the court that entered it. These...Read more »
they want you to wait to see the results in 7 months the first procedure was 5,000 which I paid and also sign in for the other one at the same time I did not want to go back after 7 months I did not see any results the other procedure was 5,500 now the credit company that gave me the loan is... Read more »
You have a defense to the claim, and you can bring the laser provider into the case. This is not a case where you get extra money for personal injury, etc., so we are just focusing on the $10,500 payment.
The estate, citizen in the US, my brother and mother have no permanent residency. My brother signed a contract with a real estate behind my back. Does that contract is even valid provided I’m the one with Letters of Administration issued by the Queens Court. Also, when completing possible sale,... Read more »
Brothers contract is not valid. Whether only your signature is required depends upon the terms of the will and how the property was titled. If the property was left to the three of you, a sale requires all three signatures.
My mother's will states that the estate will cover final expenses. I laid out the funds and my siblings reimbursed me their share of the cost. The estate has not reimbursed me for my share. (I have no idea if the estate paid them back). The attorney for the estate is trying to get me to... Read more »
The release is not unusual. If you have no claims other than the one being paid, there is no downside to signing it. Depending on the amounts we are talking about, it may not be worth moving to compel payment without a release.
I am a beneficiary for two properties. One of the properties I currently live in and the deed is half in my name. The other half is in my late relatives name. The second property I am owed half from the sale of the administrator. No wills were left from my late relatives. I went to mediation and... Read more »
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