I got into an accident and didn’t have insurance and am now expected to pay $22,000. I don’t have that kind of money and am trying to explore my options. Desperately need help.
answered on Jan 3, 2023
Really the best answer to this question is to consult with an experienced bankruptcy attorney. Usually married couples file bankruptcy together, but they are not required to and some file individually. If you file individually without your husband joining the petition it may or may not effect him... Read more »
I allowed my cousin to use my 9k credit card back home overseas to assist him with starting a business. He agreed to pay it back in a timely manner so I agreed to it. Few months later I received many return check fees on my credit card which maxed it out to over 55k on my credit card balance which... Read more »
answered on Nov 4, 2022
No, the issue you presented in your question would not disqualify you from filing bankruptcy.
In the car and they all were pleading with him to slow down over and over but he refused to listen and he flipped the car and my daughter almost died and her friend was also hurt is it his responsibility to pay for damages?
answered on Jun 16, 2020
I'm a Washington lawyer not an Oregon lawyer. The laws are likely different between the states. But you should go consult with a personal injury attorney in the state the accident took place as soon as you can, even if it is just over the phone. Your situation will likely have multiple... Read more »
He also made me very sick. I have been blocked from seeing any documents. I am in need of a attorney ASAP
answered on Jun 4, 2020
The short answer is, you need an attorney that understands both family law and bankruptcy law or two lawyers that know each individual area of law to work together.
answered on Nov 16, 2018
The simple answer is No, the kids are not responsible for paying off the debt in bankruptcy. But the if the deceased has an estate that is required to be probated by state law, the creditors may be able to file claims in probate.
answered on Sep 19, 2018
Really you cant keep it private. It is considered public information and is accessible via the PACER court system to the public if they register and are willing to pay 10cents a page to look at your bankruptcy pleadings.
It was a damaged sidewalk that I tripped and fell. I did submit a claim with City of Billings. The state of Montana and Billings have denied the claim. I have a letter, tell me that I was at the area the day before that I knew about the damaged and they have no negligence. But they now know of... Read more »
answered on Aug 20, 2018
Yes, you would be best contacted a lawyer in Billings Montana, unless you can find a lawyer in Spokane that is an injury lawyer and is also licensed to practice in Montana.
answered on Aug 8, 2018
Usually yes if you are willing to continue to pay for the car according to the terms of your loan. In most situations you must be current with your payments. But in a chapter 13 you could be behind with your payments and still keep the vehicle. If you car is paid for and within your exemptions... Read more »
answered on Jul 31, 2018
This is an important question. One you will want to discuss with a bankruptcy lawyer. The law allows you to keep a certain amount of equity or value in your home. If you are within these numbers then your house is exempt or protected. But if you have equity or value over these figures than a... Read more »
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