answered on May 23, 2023
A Missouri attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Filing charges is generally the domain of county prosecutors. Banks are usually more interested in the value of the vehicle and remaining balance of the finance agreement. It would be best to consult with a local... Read more »
I opened a brokerage account with TD Ameritrade and deposited $1,500 by way of check. They put a hold on the check for 7 days which the check cleared it was wrote from my grandmother. So today after I was told that it cleared I tried to make a withdrawal for $200 and was told I could not withdraw... Read more »
answered on Mar 16, 2023
You're probably not out the $1,500. I would give them more time to conduct their investigation. If you haven't committed fraud, there's likely nothing to fear.
There are a lot of reason TD Ameritrade would put a hold on your funds; namely, you seem to be using a brokerage... Read more »
I could not remember my login password at my bank job and I was terminated
answered on Jul 18, 2022
Missouri is an employment-at will state. As such, an employer may fire an employee for such a reason or even for no reason.
I’m Refinancing with cash out for debt consolidation Lender says she may have to sign some form is this necessary in Missouri
answered on Jun 5, 2021
If the hour was bought during the marriage with marital funds, your spouse is entitled to an equitable distribution of that property.
answered on Mar 30, 2021
Generally, no, but I'm not sure if you are seeking to collect money owed or if a private party or the government is garnishing your wages.
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Account type is a savings account. Only my daughter and my late wife are listed on the account. Daughter’s name is listed first and daughter treated as owner for interest income reporting. We are in State of MO and daughter is now 20. Bank telling her that they can’t give her any info or answer... Read more »
answered on Dec 28, 2020
It will depend on how their names are listed on the account. Things as simple as “and” and “or” can make a big difference. It is worth a brief conference with an attorney to determine your daughter’s rights to the account, especially if it can avoid the necessity of filing probate.
Just dont want to agree to payments and then find out that by accepting an initial small payment that im accepting that as a resolution
answered on Aug 13, 2020
If enough money is at issue you'd be well served to hire an attorney to prepare a written document the clearly specifies the agreeed upon repayment terms and protects your interests.
In general, if it costs you less to achieve a payment plan and it gets paid, as opposed to the costs... Read more »
Hello, I received a funds transfer on July 14th of $20,138.00. I called my bank and they said it was transferred from another account and could not see where from. I waited a week to touch the money just in case. Then I used to to help pay of bills. The day after touching the money I get a call... Read more »
answered on Jul 24, 2020
This isn't the answer you want to hear but I believe that if grandpa sues you then you will lose. From a legal standpoint, I question whether there was any "consideration" given by you in exchange for his statement that he was not going to sue you. Consideration is an essential... Read more »
The bank used to obtain a loan for my company shut my debit card off and blocked access to funds needed to conduct my daily business operations due to my business partner and I having a disagreement. He used his connections at the bank to pull this stunt off. The account was clearly a joint... Read more »
answered on Jun 29, 2020
It sounds like your business is the accountholder and that it be the party with standing to file any lawsuit. It also sounds like you and your partner are not going to agree on whether to pay an attorney thousands of dollars to sue the bank. You should carefully review the depository agreement... Read more »
Can he legally do this without me if my name is on both title and loan?
answered on May 13, 2020
No, at least not in Florida; and I would be very surprised to see Missouri--or any other state--that allows husbands (or wives) to steal the homestead the way you describe. You might want to call the lender and tell them about this.
The loan is for my small business. I contacted my banking institution and they said no wire was ever received or had been attempted by this company. The loan company claimed they’ve tried to send it and my bank keeps bouncing the money. I am due to have the money deducted from my account starting... Read more »
answered on May 6, 2020
If you don’t get the money they purported to loan to you, it may constitute fraud. But you need to take steps to protect your interests. First of all, if the only thing you have in writing is the loan agreement that may be problematic. You need to immediately notify the lender IN WRITING that you... Read more »
Ss admin was notified, his bank account closed out, no 2019 taxes filed yet, and no probate case opened at this time. This check is similar to tax refund checks I fear and require all parties endorse. Help!
answered on May 5, 2020
May likely require filing a case with the local county probate court where you live. There are several ways this can be done, perhaps even a "small estate", among other ways. In any event, you likely need some sort of authority to sign on his behalf, and probate courts is where you can... Read more »
A few days ago I accidentally deposited some money in my daughter’s UTMA and bought some stocks with it before I realized my mistake. Can I sell the stocks and withdraw the money or is it now irrevocable her money?
answered on Mar 8, 2020
Generally speaking, any deposits to a UTMA account by a parent are irrevocable. You should consult an attorney in your area to discuss the details to be sure.
answered on Nov 29, 2018
Your question is not one that can be meaningfully answered in a couple of sentences. It's like asking, "How do I build a house?" or "How do I perform an appendectomy?"
The short answer to your question is that you file a petition in an appropriate court asserting... Read more »
I have not cashed the check yet as it is signed "Leia Organa Solo" and I'm too busy laughing at the stupidity.
I was seeking a personal loan to consolidate debt. I contacted personal lending group and a few hours later a group called MJM Lending (located in Florida) called and stated they were a partner of Personal Lending Group. They told me to call Compass Bank and apply for a loan because they did not... Read more »
answered on Apr 3, 2018
You state that they are trying to charge you for something without investing time. What does your written contract state as to what is due?
I loaned a start up business some money and obtained an unsecured promissory note because there were no assets. There have been no payments made on the note and the company now has assets, namely real property, Can a lien be filed against the real estate or any other assets the company now owns?
answered on Apr 3, 2018
Unfortunately, an unsecured promissory note cannot justify a lien on the real property. However, if you file an action and get a judgment for the amount of money owed on the promissory note, the judgment can be filed against the real property if the name on your judgment and the name of the owner... Read more »
Confidentiality. Customer hereby represents and warrants that Customer has not and will not disclose the financial terms of this Agreement to anyone other than, legal counsel and/or a financial advisor. However, Customer warrants if Customer discloses the terms of this Agreement to legal counsel,... Read more »
answered on Apr 3, 2018
The agreement refers to keeping its terms confidential. I don't see how your discussing your situation with someone prior to receiving the agreement could be a breach of the agreement. The last sentence you wrote, however, ends with "Custom" so I don't know what is missing.... Read more »
answered on Nov 22, 2013
You can be sued for wearing a red shirt, but that doesn't mean the plaintiff will win. It is unlikely that a lawsuit against your wife on a debt from eleven years ago would be successful because the statute of limitations in your state appears to be 5 years. Consult with a Missouri attorney... Read more »
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