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
Also my unsecure are about 40 thousand, can i keep my property or must the trustee sell it, for Chapter 7? And if the trustee sells it will she cut a check for only the homestead exemption or all of the equity too?
I have a lot of credit card debt and I’m only able to make the minimum payment. So I signed up for debt relief and it was still too expensive so I canceled it. Now I’m being sued by one of my credit card companies because I owe them money. I wanted to know if I was still able to file bankruptcy.
I have been in bankruptcy chapter 13 since February 2018. I pay the trustee On time and is up to date I pay my insurance homeowners on time and all my bill.so why is the mortgage company trying to lift the automatic stay
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