My partner never filed the tax return for those years. I believe IRS filed substitute returns and the income taxes owed for each year were assessed a while ago. Do I need to file returns for those years before filing bankruptcy?
Going to answer two ways, as you did not indicate if you are in a Chapter 7 or 13
Chapter 7, there is nothing to do, except the 2nd Credit Counseling Course, if not done, and await your discharge. Remember do not touch any exempted assets unless and until the Trustee reports No...Read more »
Yes, you probably can, but I can not say that it is a good idea, because you do not put enough information down. Such as, do you own any REAL property (such as house) as that would affect the type of bankruptcy you would file. Please speak with a qualified bankruptcy attorney in your jurisdiction.
Your spouse would be involved to the extent that you are required to show what his wages have been for the past 6 months as the Means Test requires you to show evidence of the household income. This will determine if you can file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13.
I entered the NJ garden state parkway and immediately there was traffic in all the other lanes, the lane I entered eventually starts to become an exit lane but there's no room for me to swap lanes. About 3/4 of the way I managed to get over before my lanes turned into a shoulder lane, so I either... Read more »
This question was recently asked and I posted the following: Your question involves the application of binding vs non binding authority and primary vs secondary authority. The District Court will look at the other state case, if there is no prior case on with the same facts and rules applicable in...Read more »
Your question involves the application of binding vs non binding authority and primary vs secondary authority. The District Court will look at the other state case, if there is no prior case on with the same facts and rules applicable in their District. Attorneys raise such cases (from outside...Read more »
You should have previously been served with a Summins and Complaint and other documents. If you are going to try admnf work it out, call the lawyer. If you are objecting to the judgment, you file with the clerk of the court and copy the lawyer
Filed bankruptcy Sept 17. Eviction was filed Sept 23. Landlord waited 30 days with no contact til Oct 23. Threaten eviction. Never received eviction paperwork. Sheriff came out to evict. Provided half of rent owed to landlord. Still providing rent owed to landlord but landlord is still threaten to... Read more »
If the claim was pending when you filed and did not exempt it out, then the trustee has a right to make a claim on it. As for how much, probably the amount of your debt, plus the Trustee's Counsel and Trustee's Commission. Talk to your lawyer
I was driving down a street heading to a intersection. I saw a parked car next to the stop sign that was at the intersection. So I went around the car to get to the stop sign and then I felt an impact the other driver said he was parked and then he might have started to drive he doesn't remember if... Read more »
39:4-138. Except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic or in compliance with the directions of a traffic or police officer or traffic sign or signal, no operator of a vehicle shall stand or park the vehicle in any of the following places:
I filed for Chapter 13 last year, but did not complete the petition. It was dismissed more than 365 days ago. But the filing was in 2018. If I file again, will the automatic stay apply? The last petition was dismissed in May 2018 and we would be filing again November 2019. I am planning to... Read more »
You can file a Motion to Extend the Stay pursuant to 11 USC 362(c)(2)(C), and show why the first one was dismissed and why this one should have the Stay and what is different. I strongly urge you to consult with Counsel as having the Stay in place is very important
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