Stuart Nachbar's answer You definitely need to get Counsel to sort out this mess. I am not sure why you were pulled over unless there was something amiss with the traffic stop. Please seek out counsel to assist in this matter.
Stuart Nachbar's answer Student absenteeism can lead to low academic achievement, dropping out of school, delinquency and gang involvement. School districts that have established multi-systemic approaches and policies pertaining to student absenteeism typically experience fewer numbers of dropouts and a greater number of graduates.
The compulsory education law (N.J.S.A. 18A:38-28 through 31) requires all children between the ages of 6-16 to attend school. The attendance regulations (N.J.A.C. 6A:16-7.6),...
Stuart Nachbar's answer Yes, technically the automatic stay dissolves on the issuance of the Discharge Order, but the injunctive nature of the Discharges kicks in with relation to any pre-petition debts.
Stuart Nachbar's answer First of all speak with your counsel if you have one. If you do not, find out if the case is closed. If not try filing same. If it is closed without Discharge for Failure to File the Debtor Education Course, you will need to make a Motion to Reopen to allow the filing of same.
Stuart Nachbar's answer While I agree with the other two answers, it also depends on how the original order lifting the stay was written. The Order could state that the Order survives any conversion. Please seek out counsel in your jurisdiction if you do not already have counsel working on your case.
Stuart Nachbar's answer If you are filing for Chapter 13, then you could put Counsel fees through your Chapter 13 Plan. If you are filing for Chapter 7, fees need to be paid before filing so as to not run afoul of the automatic stay of 11 USC 362
Stuart Nachbar's answer I am not really sure what you are asking, but since you posted in the Bankruptcy section, we meet with clients, prepare Petitions, attend 341(a) Meetings, appear on all Court matters including confirmation hearings, and motion hearings and handle bankruptcy litigation when Creditors oppose a Discharge
Stuart Nachbar's answer The answer depends on if same was exempted out. Some states follow the federal exemptions and some go with State Exemptions. Talk to your counsel about same and make sure it was properly exempted out.
Stuart Nachbar's answer As long as you have been in Sioux Falls for 6 months (180 days), you can file in your current state, otherwise, you have to file where the business was. As a sole proprietor your business goes where you are
Stuart Nachbar's answer I wod tell you seek out professional counsel on this because of the exemptions which you can use to shelter certain items. I do not know of you are in a federal exemptions state or a state based exemption state. That will be and make the difference
Stuart Nachbar's answer All assets must be included, and all debts. Further, you must include "Household income" for the past six months, so you will have to obtain that information if your spouse is employed. Better to come clean and deal with as a team.
Stuart Nachbar's answer Yes, it is possible if you have taken the house pursuant to the intestacy laws in your state. I suggest speaking with an attorney familiar with both bankruptcy and estate administration.
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