This is not a fair question. Can you? May you? Should you? Or are you asking if you will or could be garnished in the next 3 months? I must assume you are not eligible to file now? Can anyone predict the future? Sorry, not something anyone can really answer. So, just file sooner rather than...Read more »
There are ways for sure. Most debtor's who file bankruptcy don't loose their car. Without a more information no one can give you reliable legal advice here. I would say call and we figure out, if you pay and drive through keeping the car, reaffirm the auto loan, or redeem it for fair...Read more »
Yes, they are voluntary contact the debtor's counsel at once. You know the best time to call is in the am, but you can check pacer reports to see if the lawyer has court hearings. Hint call them when they aren't in court. Email address of debtor's counsel is a great way and also...Read more »
Her son makes 10 an hour and has no money. There is no will and he will not pursue the house . How can I jump in as an investor and get this house I would like to flip it and give him a little money so he can get an apartment. Since there is not a heir in the mix, should I wait until chapter... Read more »
This often works. I think she did the right thing if she has regular income and afford the plan payments. If not she could only be using the file to obtain cheap rent and delay the inevitable, which could have real economic value in the short run, but not address her long term need for affordable...Read more »
You if pro se or your lawyer should ask your trustee. The Northern District of Indiana South Bend Division will allow it if the POA document provides for bankruptcy and/or fiduciary powers. It needs to be specific. If a spouse cannot appear and the POA is not adequate, sometimes Interrogatories...Read more »
I agree with the answer above or below, but I had this phone call recently and "the home" was 1978 park model with lot rent. The value of the home is all that matters and whether it is financed or has liens. Always use a lawyer with years of experience when you have something to lose....Read more »
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