Whether you’re a landlord or tenant in the foreclosure process, it is advisable to consult a lawyer. The foreclosure process can be complex and you may need adequate legal representation to guide you along the way.
I am sorry you are having this problem. However, the description of a "chargeback dispute" tells us nothing about the merit or lack of merit concerning your claim. I suggest you submit a new question and provide some brief details, and you should then get some helpful advice.
The first rule when it comes to lending is that the terms of your loan cannot be modified unless the original agreement allows for it. (In many cases, lenders' agreements allow for the assignment of a loan.) Thus, unless you were to ratify the "new terms" (by having executed some...Read more »
A friend of mine Give me a check and asked me to put in my account it cleared the bank refuses to give me the money for the money cleared on the 14th I just found out today the 23rd They told me they wanted my friend to verify himself so I went and got him got all the documents to verify himself... Read more »
Last October my son discovered that over 16,000 dollars were missing from his account. He promptly reported the missing funds to BofA and filed a police report. Bank of America has repeatedly denied his claim. What can he do to get his money back?
Alright, we are going to download the case against your name and social, thereafter you will be receiving the court summons at your doorstep and thereafter we will not be able to help you out. We did not received any response from your side. We will consider that you are ignoring this matter and... Read more »
this sounds like a scam. but without you sitting down or sending the document to an attorney, no one can answer your question. there are many chapters and rules and you would need to specify which set of rules this is referring to, i.e. civil procedure, rules of court, etc.
My brother took inheritance advances and then stopped communicating with myself and the court; he and his lawyer have since been removed under CA PROB §8500. I am now the only heir to the estate and would like to know if the estate will still be liable for the inheritance advances that my brother... Read more »
Your question is not entirely clear because you are using some incorrect legal terms. The person in charge of administering an estate (the "Administrator" of the estate) is the person whose job it is to pay the decedent's final bills, ensure the final tax return is filed, and do many...Read more »
It's almost certainly SPAM, but a lawyer would need to look at the actual email to tell one way or the other. Look at the email address from which it came. Does it end with .gov or .com? All government addresses should end with .gov. Also, if they ask you for your social security number or...Read more »
My company wants to open a bank account. But the bank requires all the founders to be physically present. Due to the epidemiological situation in the world, some of the founders are not able to come to the USA.... Read more »
I went inside the bank to deposit a check. Was told was gonna be held til next day. I get email stating it’s on a hold/freeze. That was 8/24. States it will be held til 9/2. Spoke with rep who said confidential hold. Read the reasons on why it could possibly invoke a hold. None of those reasons... Read more »
Debt belongs to ex husband. Debt was granted and incurred post divorce by 2 years. Divorced 2015, his alleged debt was applied for in 2017 and (per the ex) . Both myself and my ex have tried prior to this to remove his name from the account but WF gave us a terrible time and couldn’t figure it... Read more »
I've taken over his asbestos trust since my mother passed but the attorney didn't have the affidavit notarized stating that I have been made beneficiary over the trust. Now a bank has closed my acct since March 2021and refuse to release the funds back to the other bank who sent my... Read more »
You may be using the wrong legal terms and, if so, it's OK, but it just makes it harder for a lawyer to know what you're asking. A "beneficiary" is a person who benefits by receiving assets from someone else's trust. In other words, a beneficiary inherits assets as a...Read more »
I'm kinda stuck and confused on something. I'm trying to leave my sugar daddy but he is trying to get me jailed because he thinking I'm trying to steal from but what happens was he put money in my account about $4000 but the money he put in was fraudulent. I told he that the bank... Read more »
900 deposits. By bank. The overdraft after then I pay 500 own money to fix balance . Still negative balance but I rather get the money I recently deposited to fix it. Back. And go to collections can I get those deposits back?
If the bank causes errors, it may be responsible to fix them, but not if you know the balance was wrong and overdrew it. You probably get all charges against you waived. The problem with you case is that it will cost more for an attorney, than the case is worth. Small claims?
The amount was $300 and I used it the same day I transferred it. I bought myself something with that money and now he is trying to say the item is his since the money (did not originally) came out of his bank account.
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