You can file for bankruptcy on your own however, I do advise you at least speak with an attorney to understand and know your exemptions if not the trustee can take any assets you have. An attorney can also prepare you and represent you for the questions they will ask in court. There are Free legal...Read more »
I bought a home in 2010. Because I was a Marine until recently, they were unable to foreclose and the account with the late payments fell off in 2017. I am now doing a deed in lieu of foreclosure. Can the bank still report it as a "settled" account even though the original account fell off?
My son and his wife were staying with us. My son left for the opposite coast and left his dog. My husband walked the dog in our yard and it attacked our neighbor's cat which was in our yard. My husband got the neighbor who took the cat to the vet. She demanded that we get the dog out of the... Read more »
I am a tenant of a property that the landlord stated was going into foreclosure. The landlord vacated the property as of November 1st 2018 and at the same time my lease also ended. I continued to pay rent and she still collected payment from Section 8 Housing Authority as well. I put in for a... Read more »
If you had an attorney you should ask them. If they closed the case before you did the course then you will not receive your discharge if it’s too late. You would have to reopen the case. I would speak to an attorney.
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 »
If i file chapter 7 bankruptcy and I put together a budget And Me and my fiancé bought a apartment together although it’s in his name. I am not living with him but I pay part of the bills. Do I need to bring proof that I’m paying the bills. Such as fuel or cable
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