My house - supposedly worth around $900,000, will not sell. I have tried for 5 years and am still trying. We stopped paying the mortgage in 2019. i believe they will start the foreclosure soon. We also have $46,000 credit card debt that my husband stopped paying August 2019 in Ct so they have until... Read more »
answered on Jun 20, 2022
As it appears you are both eligible for Ch. 7, and desire to do so, make an appointment with a CT bankruptcy lawyer who will answer all your questions.
There is a specific tax code provision pertaining to bankrupts, saying basically if you emerge from bankruptcy without significant assets,... Read more »
answered on Feb 27, 2021
It depends on whether the defendant was not prejudiced in maintaining its defense, surprised by the plaintiff's proof, or misled by the allegations in the complaint.
Generally, a "plaintiff cannot recover for something that was not specifically set out in [its] complaint."... Read more »
How can I acquire these forms? Thank You
answered on Jan 17, 2019
Go to the Connecticut Judicial Branch website. Under the Public tab you will see forms. Do a search for the forms that you need. If you cannot find the form you need you can try calling the courthouse. Some of the Court Clerks are more helpful than others. Try calling them and see if they can... Read more »
I recently tried refinancing with another mortgage company. This company was prepared to pay off my first and second mortgage but needed a letter from my current mortgage provider stating that the second mortgage was closed off as a bad debt... which it is. When the request was made, my mortgage... Read more »
answered on May 10, 2018
Unfortunately for you yes. Charge off is a credit reporting action, but does not affect your underlying liability under the note and mortgage you signed with the creditor. A charge off combined with the release of your second mortgage would have provided you the ability to avoid the payoff of the... Read more »
answered on Apr 27, 2018
The foreclosure mediation program administered by the Connecticut Superior Courts is limited to owner occupied properties. For investment properties owners have to negotiate directly with lenders for loan modifications.
answered on Feb 9, 2018
If your buying property from bank that foreclosed or entity they assigned property to the seller is responsible for all real estate taxes due up to point of sale. The sales conveyance tax in this state is paid by the seller not the buyers.
All back taxes leins have been House was sold by city.
answered on Nov 14, 2017
It is not an easy process and I recommend you hire an experienced local foreclosure defense attorney to help you recover any funds you are entitled to from the foreclosure sale of your property.
answered on Oct 6, 2017
This pleading means your mother's home has already gone to foreclosure auction and the sale has been approved and completed. She may be entitled to proceeds from this sale since funds were returned to the court. It will depend on all the liens on the property. If she is still in possession she... Read more »
answered on Jul 1, 2017
The date that sets all other deadlines is your return date. If you look at the summons and complaint, you will see the return date listed in the upper right hand corner of the summons. The return date is set by the attorney who filed the complaint and is an arbitrary date left within the attorneys... Read more »
Is our association responsible to pay the attorney?
answered on Mar 7, 2017
Absolutely, 100% Yes. But this should only occur where the attorney ended up getting the condo unit back to the Association for resale. Then attorney fees can be paid out of the proceeds.
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