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 .
Hello. I am about to begin the process of filing for bankruptcy. My landlord has legal fees as well as maintainance fees on my rent statement which adds up to approx. $3000.00... i do not owe any money on my regular monthly rent . Maintenance charges are not on my lease. My landlord added those... Read more »
You can’t file bankruptcy and expect to stay in there. Your landlord will probably not allow it. I’d be happy to speak to you if you want some advice from a lawyer! Be careful! Some of the stuff you posted didn’t make sense! Or speak to any bankruptcy lawyer for that matter
there were recently loans taken out with me as a co-signer listed. My signature was forged by my husband. I do not want to press charges, but is there any legal action I can take against this company since i was never contacted? My credit is now bad because my husband defaulted on... Read more »
Chase denied a loan modification. My attorney appealed but the Bankruptcy judge agreed to suspend the loan modification. The loan was sold. If the new lender denies a loan mod will the foreclosure process start all over again? I have been making regular mortgage payments with Chase since the... Read more »
Contact the bar association they should be able to help you. You should find another lawyer in the mean time to finish up your papers. I’d also try going to the office and demand a reason as to why they have not done anything for you.
There are legal services to help if you qualify but you may have long waiting times! I highly advise speaking with a lawyer many have payment plans that can really help you! And make sure your case goes smoothly!
I filed for bankruptcy in August 2019 and received a discharge in November 2019. My lawyer stated that my student loans (I had 5 federal and 2 private which had long since gone to collections) would never get discharged so he didn't attempt to file for an adversary proceeding. I had two Sallie Mae... Read more »
If he is found guilty of perjury on his bankruptcy forms would he be bound to the court orders of the civil suit? The contract for the sale of my house was drawn up the day before he filed for bankruptcy. He ignored a court order and refused to sign and ignored multiple orders prior to that one.... Read more »
I have a court order forcing the sale of my condo. My co owner, who holds the mortgage was taking my mortgage checks and not paying my mortgage which resulted in forclosure proceedings. The mortgage commitment clearly states that partial payments could be made. He could have applied my half of the... Read more »
Thank you for your answers, it is much appreciated, and very helpful. for a more detailed explanation, I'm a creditor in a 13 case, I have a judicial lien on his homestead and he filed a motion to avoid the judicial lien in its entirety because it impairs etc... he owes 50 grand more than the... Read more »
Your question is a little confusing but if you have no equity in your home then there probably isn’t really a reason to claim a homestead exemption. I’m not sure if that’s what you are asking? If you are worried about your property you should speak with a bankruptcy lawyer.
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