In many cases, the judge has a wide range of options to enforce the law. Without knowing more about the facts of your case, I couldn't comment much further. However, I will say you should hire a defense attorney to act on your behalf to ensure that your rights are being preserved.
The specific length of a sentence can be learned by contacting the court or reviewing the sentencing report. You should contact the court clerk to learn this information. In the alternative, you can hire an attorney to act on his/your behalf.
No one could tell you for sure what would happen prior to a judge hearing evidence in a case. However, it sounds like these kids need representation from an attorney who will look out for their futures. Depending on the charges, the kids' lives could be impacted in a negative way.
I have 44,000 in equity for my home, I am still paying mortgage, completed reaffirmation agreement that lender sent. The allowed exemption was 27,900. I have the same issue with my car, I do not own, however there is 7,000.00 in equity, the trustee states I only can exempt 1475.00. I am up to date... View More
Exemption planning is more of an art than an exercise. You should be careful about how you exempt property when updating your petition. Contact a licensed bankruptcy attorney to help you with that part of things, or to represent you on this one. You could lose more than you gain without the...View More
How can I receive a verbal warning for driving on revoked and allowed to leave with my friend driving and find out 11 days after this traffic stop I have charges for driving on revoked and possession of paraphernalia a whole different charge that I have no clue about on me from that same traffic... View More
I have a lawsuit that wages are garnished for from an old car repo and I just received papers for a car that I co-signed with my ex about a civil suit I am not currently working and I think I need to file bankruptcy if I can but am lost as to how to even get the right paperwork to file
Your question ultimately is about Exemption Planning. You really need to be careful how you exempt the assets you own. There is wisdom in how to go about doing so. You should contact a Tennessee bankruptcy attorney to ensure that your assets are well-protected.
There are many factors involved in determining if you should defend a lawsuit or file bankruptcy. While some courts give you the option to "call or zoom" into the courtroom, that may not be your best option. You should connect with a Bankruptcy Attorney in Ohio to determine if Chapter 7...View More
I make 1635 a month for 2 people and I have 4 loans that total 700 per month and my home and utilities are 600. Im not behind yet but i just can't keep up. I know it would damage my credit but can I alternate payments every other month or would bankruptcy be my best option?
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