I'd recommend visiting the IRS' website and requesting your wage transcripts online. This will give you a fairly clear representation of all the income that has been reported as earnings. If you are uncomfortable doing so on your own, consider discussing this matter with a tax preparer or...Read more »
You may be eligible for PUA, but I am not sure about UI. Your best bet would be to apply online, as I have a feeling that this is a fairly common issue that can be straightforwardly resolved through the application process.
We separated two years ago, and part of our agreement was for me to move out, and she'll retain the home, as long as she can maintain the monthly payments. At the time of agreement, I didn't have the resources to do things the RIGHT way and wanted the path of least resistance to just take... Read more »
If your ex-partner is financially capable of a refinance, this would be the best way to get your name off the mortgage. Otherwise, the only other way to accomplish this would be for your ex-partner to obtain a mortgage assumption by way of a loan modification - this is probably something you'd...Read more »
Home a tender of payment was given to the bank but they sold the property anyway and violated a Supreme court order to stay the sale. The trustee in chp. 7 told me she received my tender of payment and granted the ny homestead exemption. But she has not brought an adverse claim against the people... Read more »
Not necessarily. This is not an easy question to answer, even with all of the relevant information before the attorney. My assumption is that you do not have an attorney. Your best avenue of relief is to hire one who is extremely familiar with Motion practice and Bankruptcy litigation.
Ocwen has a record that it's paid, but won't give us a copy of it. Title company requiring satisfaction and payoff check to release funds, they are not available to us, Mom is deceased. Title company knows that ResCap/GMAC went bankrupt. Ocwen has no legal obligation to provide a... Read more »
No, there is no time limit in relation to how long the foreclosure case is allowed to last for. Consider retaining an attorney, as I have to assume that you do not have one, based upon the nature of your question.
I have already filed my case but I read online If the trustee believes the rent is unreasonable or beyond the debtor's means, he can direct the court to terminate the lease, allowing the landlord to evict the debtor. Furthermore, the trustee has to decide within 60 days of the petition filing... Read more »
My local (New York City) telecom company disconnected service (phone + internet) without notice. To have it reestablished, they’re asking for installation fees (to run new connection cables) and increased monthly charges. Is this action warranted under law?
It will probably be adjourned in contemplation of subsequent Dismissal. With this being said, your daughter should hopefully learn a valuable lesson from this experience... otherwise, the second time may not turn out so well.
Nonetheless, she should hire an attorney or take advantage of a...Read more »
The NYS AG's office has contacted my son saying he owes $2000 for unpaid tuition for Fall Semester of 2017 at SUNY Albany. My son did not return to Albany after Spring of 2017 but went to a local County Community College instead for Fall of 2017. My son did registered for the Fall Semester at... Read more »
The answer is "yes". Your son signed an agreement, and the State of New York is seeking to enforce the agreement. The good news is that this debt is dischargeable in Bankruptcy, if that is what your son is seeking to do.
Matrix list and they are trying to evict me from my home and remove the Automatic Stay. Should I add them to the Matrix list, even though I do not owe them nothing? They have already violated the Stay, and if I add them will i still be protected after the discharge order from them evicting me?
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