answered on Mar 24, 2022
Depends on what exemptions you have available to you under federal or state law. Consult your bankruptcy attorney before you do anything.
I have an enormous amount of debt (school loans (federal and private), credit card, mortgage, and car loan). I had a high paying job, but had a mental breakdown. For the next year I will get disability money which is fairly high (enough to cover minimum payments on debt not pay it off), but after... Read more »
answered on Apr 24, 2020
You have question that only YOUR bankruptcy lawyer can answer, so go find a good one in your community.
Changes are coming about in the law about the discharge-ability of student loans, so you need your own lawyer for this. But it is possible.
I don't envy your situation, but... Read more »
Mandatory deductions of my gross income are equal to or more the 50%.
answered on Mar 1, 2020
Gross income is before and deductions. Mandatory deductions or not, it is still income. Consult a local bankruptcy attorney and compare a chapter 7 v 13. That might help.
The person who held the land filed bankruptcy then sold the property before giving me anything including that he was going to sell.
answered on Nov 19, 2019
If someone else other than your mother held title to the property, you don’t have anything to inherit. Assuming there was a legal basis for your claim to the property, you probably should have intervened in the bankruptcy. If you weren’t listed as a creditor, you can possibly still maintain... Read more »
I receive SS Disability at $1500/month. Have a house payment of $1040/month auto pay but am 3 months late. Am paying pay pal $2000. Credit One $2000. Credit One $7,000. A health care card about $2000. All are on auto pay except the Credit One for $7000 which a law firm has sued me for.
answered on Aug 18, 2018
Yes, so. long as she is not a joint debtor on your debts. If she is, she must be listed in your bankruptcy.
Her attorney told her the loan wouldn't be discharged or affect me but it was. She filed in Indiana. I didn't know about the bankruptcy until 9 months later when my credit cards were cancelled and the company said it was because I claimed bankruptcy. I didn't know that she claimed or... Read more »
answered on May 26, 2016
You write that "attorney told her the loan wouldn't be discharged", but it was anyway? That is odd; normally the debtor's attorney would have to ask that her debt be discharged. Yes, you should have been given notice of the bankruptcy, in any case. I suggest that you contact... Read more »
Sold 3d Printers through my webstore. Got lots of chargebacks. I now have negative balance on my Paypal account. The account is registered under a limited company but with my name, as managing director for that company.
It is a one person trading company.
I planned bankrupt the... Read more »
answered on Aug 11, 2015
You should review the fine print in the contract you had with Paypal. It could be that you agreed to be personally liable.
answered on Jan 27, 2014
Sign up for PACER, it is a free governmental service, as long as you use less than $15 a calendar quarter. Then sign on at the District Court's Bky Site for the specific district and perform a search. From the Docket you can print copies of the documents filed.
What determines the percentage of an unsecured creditor is to receive in a chapter 7 B.R.? And if the unsecured creditor's initial claim was denied due to non-timely filing, Is the Trustee allowed to "back up" and allow that claim at a later date?
I have no Attorney in my... Read more »
answered on Jan 27, 2014
The amount a creditor is to receive in a chapter 13 is determined via the Plan. In a 7, it is based upon the number of Claims made.
Wife on numerous papers. We have a child who is 18 that we adopted togeather, and we have two children in the home with both of our names on the custody papers. He has moved in and out numerous times and tries to make sure that I am broke when he leaves and the drives by, calls and make excuses to... Read more »
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