I'm confused because I never discussed bankruptcy and never filed for bankruptcy I don't understand why that would be the data source so I'm trying to find out if I do actually have some kind of warrant out that's legitimate
YOu need to direct these questions to a bankruptcy/tax lawyer in Carolina. You can't claim two homesteads/residences/state citizenships at the same time. If you claim Carolina you will lose your homestead/constitutional exemptions in Florida which are significant.
I am a working chapter 11 and chapter 13 with great p&ls and balance sheets . The 13 will be down at the end of this month and the 11 will be done in April . I am running four restaurants that had to close due to Covid-19 virus forced by Florida governor for restaurants. I need the money to survive... Read more »
It appears from your question that you are a pro se DIY foreclosure "specialist". You need the lawyer you should have hired at the outset: a lawyer who does foreclosures, creditors rights and bankruptcy.
You need to visit with a foreclosure defense/bankruptcy lawyer TODAY. From you question I cannot understand if your home mortgage is in foreclosure, or you are being sued on a student loan. In either case, run, do not walk to a good bankruptcy lawyer in your community.
Hi, I have a trucking company. My driver crashed my only one truck, It's total loss. The rental trailer company took back the trailer because I couldn't pay ( no more truck to work with). 3 months rent are missing on the contract, I couldn't finish the contract. It's about 10 000$ due, and 3500$... Read more »
There are several details that you omitted that prevent a full and complete answer, so let me begin by suggesting that you find a good bankruptcy lawyer. You can find one by checking the with lawyer referral service of The Florida Bar (flabar.org) or with you local bar association
All payments will be due within the next 2 weeks. Can I write them all letters explaining the cash advances and electronics were sold to build up more cash to repair my 60 year old single wide trailer and my 18 year old car? My debt is approx 17,000.00. This work was/is being repaired by... Read more »
A judgment was filed against me in 2014. I was unemployed and could not pay the credit card. I am now living only on Social Security. The original card owner was my husband but I used the card. The court documents show his social security number as mine. When I tried to call the collection agency... Read more »
This is impossible to answer without reading the entire file. If jurisdiction was not properly invoked, or if you weren't a named defendant, or "if" a host of other issues exist you may not be liable. Social Security numbers have little if anything to do with debt, and almost less to do with...Read more »
Repeat foreclosure on my mother and I primary residence since divorce leading to quit claim deed and refinance in 2007. Then after my mother passed in 2016 Wells Fargo tried to foreclose on me when I made an attempt to negotiate about loan transfer, as I am beneficiary.
All our finances/debt are separate and the home loan is solely in her name (I'm only on the deed of trust). I have a large amount of debt that I can't pay on my own and can't barely manage with both our incomes. All un-secured debt (no car loans, installment loans, etc...). Wanting to know if... Read more »
You facts are incomplete if you want a definitive answer. Do you and your wife appear as the owners on the deed? If you do, you are tenants by the entireties and that property is exempt under the Florida Constitution. By the way, we don't have deeds of trust in Florida.
Began Chpt 13 bankruptcy payments nearly a year ago. Subsequently, the VA awarded me 80% disability payments retroactive to before I filed bankruptcy. I'm 74. I posted this question before, and the two lawyers that responded said this income could not be claimed by the trustee to satisfy creditors... Read more »
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