This is a very broad question, and without sufficient details to give a precise answer. Such things one needs to know is in what jurisdiction are you filing? What is the Fair market value of the house vs the outstanding balance owed on same? Without answering or knowing those items, very...Read more »
While Counsel who has previously answered is correct, you have posted this in Bankruptcy, so I presume that the person who owes you money has filed for bankruptcy. If they have you are prevented from filing a complaint in the State Court system. The only way is to file either a Motion to Vacate...Read more »
I'm 74 years old. Chapter 13 payments began in July of last year, to save house and repay a certain percentage of unsecured debt, on 5-year plan. They take over half of fixed income from military retirement, SS, and pension plans. At the time I was only on 40% of VA disability, so no direct... Read more »
A drastic change in circumstances warrant advising the trustee. It would not be part of your Current Monthly Income Test as it would be exempt. Trustee should not be able to seize or demand those funds.
I had my 341 meeting in April, last week the front end went out in my Jeep so I financed a cheap car now I am hearing contradictory information stating that it was ok that I did that and others saying I needed to ask permission first, which is true?
This debt was thru a dispute over a car rental for three days that did not involve an accident that was discharged over two years ago on a bankruptcy. In retribution, the Enterprise Car rental has placed me on a do not rent list along with its sister agency's which prevents me from renting a car.
The intersection had a flashing yellow signal. The "Road closed AHEAD" was place after the intersection and not before. The police officer was in his car, behind the barriers, with no lights on, just past the intersection. There was a small indistinct arrow on the barriers that appeared to me as... Read more »
we had asked what was the reason for the pull over the officer responded to my fiance who was driving and i in the passenger side and the officer said for driving with a suspended license and suspended registration. my car is legit my license is not suspended and i dont know how the officer was... Read more »
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.
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...Read more »
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.
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.
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
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...Read more »
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