I owe taxes on 2 years prior to filing chapter 7, and I filed taxes based on income I received prior to filing. No one has lifted the automatic stay, and my case is not yet discharged, but the IRS took my refund, anyway. When i called, they said their system wasnt updated with my BK, but now it... Read more »
I filed for Chapter 7 in 2016 and dismissed in August of that same year. I am currently in Chapter 13 with 100 percent repayment. I have started nursing school and my work hours will be greatly reduced. Can I convert to a Chapter 7 or get my payments reduced?
You must first determine if you received a Discharge Order in the prior Chapter 7 case. If you did not receive a Discharge Order in that case and it was dismissed without a Discharge Order, then you may be able to convert your Ch 13 to Chapter 7. You will need to sit down with your attorney and...Read more »
In 2014 I co-signed a student loan application for my stepson. His mother and I got divorced later that year. All during the plan this “Sallie Mae Bank Inc” loan showed as being in a “Closed” status on my 3 credit reports. Now that I have completed the plan and received a discharge the... Read more »
Commercial property in ALABAMA was sold in 2017 with owner financing with 30% down and 7 years of monthly payments at 6%. The contract was recorded in court house as a lien. The buyer (LLC) with personal guarantee paid on time for 2 years and now filed for bankruptcy (both LLC and personal).... Read more »
However, I just today received a periodic statement from the Chp 13 trustee and noticed in the "Balance Owed" column that I owe more than $6K more than my scheduled remaining 6 more monthly payments will cover. Looks to be that the Trustee payments were increased when a new trustee took... Read more »
My ex-husband recently included me in his bankruptcy for my share in our divorce settlement. I was informed by the trustees office that my ex's $170,000 Secured debts would have top priority, then my Priority debts would be paid. I would like to avoid waiting 2/3 years to receive my settlement... Read more »
She should have been listed as a co-signer/creditor in your bankruptcy. Unless you are obligated to pay the co-signed debt under your property settlement agreement in your divorce, she likely doesn’t have a claim against you.
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