The form says "That the sum of $750 is allowed Applicant as compensation for extraordinary services referred to in the Application and the chapter 13 trustee is directed to pay the unpaid balance of $750 from the estate of the Debtor as funds permit.
You just might. In a normal chapter 13 bankruptcy, your repayment plan may provided for you to pay a percentage to unsecured creditors. If your attorney does extra work in your bankruptcy after it has been confirmed, the court may give such an order. It is possible that the percentage that will...Read more »
Normally before a bankruptcy court order becomes effective there is a 14 day waiting period to give the parties a chance to request reconsideration or file an appeal on the order. If the court did not waive the 14 days, then the order is not effective for 14 days and the finance company cannot act...Read more »
I have four suspended LLC's, I asked a Paralegal how can I get the suspension lifted so I can sell a rental property to pay what I owe. The Paralegal made false and misleading statements, that " if you file a bankruptcy, the automatic stay will lift the suspension so you can sell your rental... Read more »
Yes you can file a lawsuit for the fraud. But even better, if you look at your bankruptcy filing, you will see that there is information regarding the United States Trustee's office. You should contact that office and file a complaint against the Paralegal for giving legal advice.
It depends on a number of factors as to whether you can get your money back. As an attorney the first thing I would want to know is whether this person is filing a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
If filing a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, and the Debtor has assets or makes to much money to...Read more »
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