Tried to back out of contract but bankruptcy lawyer is threatening I will be sued by sellers or bankruptcy court if I don’t follow through with sale. Bankruptcy was never disclosed to us in purchase and sale agreement (only in addendum stating “sale of home contingent on court approval”) the... Read more »
BASICALLY I HAD PAID DOWN $21000 ON A $36,000 BALANCE , AND I'AM TRYING TO OBTAIN A NEW FHA LOAN , WE REAFFIRMED OUR HOME AND AUTO LEASE PAYMENTS WITH THE BANK, BUT I WASN'T AWARE THAT THE SBA COULD BLOCK US FROM GETTING A NEW FHA LOAN BECAUSE OF THE BALANCE THAT WAS INCLUDED IN THE CHAPTER 7, I... Read more »
I paid child support for my son until he turned 19. After I filed a motion for modification and it was approved. I found out that he had moved out on his own and had a job at 17 so I paid the mother for two years longer than I should have. The prosecutor told me there was nothing I could do about... Read more »
I was told by the prosecutor that there was nothing I could do about the money I shouldn't have been paying for those two years. I'm still paying for his younger brother. Is that correct and isn't that fraud on the part of his mother for not reporting his departure from her home for two years?
The main signer filed chapter 13 last year. He fell behind now bankruptcy case is voided. He will get wages garnished. My concern is to protect my grandmother. With her living in florida I'm not sure where to start .
We are the creditor in the BK for owed assessment dues in an HOA...the debtor objected to our proof of claim so we amended. The debtor continues to object claiming we are not using checks written to the hoa because in the memo line they say something unrelated to dues.
This case was already settled through a mediator that she only owes $1000. She hasn't paid yet because she was out of work. Now he is trying to take her back to court for the $10000 that claims she owes him. My wife has documentation to prove what she has paid.
It is but he will still have to pay for it bc it is a non-dischargeable domestic obligation of support. Hire a bankruptcy lawyer to go in and get it for you. You can likely recover your attorney fees in the divorce action.
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