answered on Sep 21, 2022
The title company's job is to clear your title prior to the conveyance. If there is no judgment lien prior to closing, it may not get paid and released. Then the creditor would probably try to collect from your bank.
LLC pays the note for the SBA loan. I'm still a guarantor on the loan. Bank won't release me. Ex says she can't get refinanced. I tried to refinance my house and was denied because of being a guarantor on loan. How do I get out of being a guarantor on the loan? Filed a motion for... Read more »
answered on Nov 9, 2021
Your partition should have:
1) Given her the LLC,
2) stated she had 30/60/90 days to refinance SBA mortgage.
If it does, then hurry and hire a lawyer to OBJECT to the HOC. If it does not, then hire a lawyer to file a 2d Petition to Partition for Omitted Liability.
there is so much more and i do have proof its just finding a lawyer that will listen and take interest. this could turn into a huge case and ive been told poss. movie,,,lol. there is alot and these people have stolen, lied, bullied, and manipulate
answered on Jul 4, 2021
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I’m a servicemember who was told he did not qualify for Louisiana Statute 29:312 due to my loan being a signature loan.
answered on Dec 10, 2020
It appears you were mislead by whomever told you the law doesn't apply to a signature loan. Recommend you consult with the Legal Assistance Office (part of JAG) at whatever installation to which you're assigned to get personal legal consult, advice and representation. Good luck.
All that was written and allowed were verified by bank each time by account holder
answered on Oct 4, 2020
If you are getting anything as a private caretaker, it should not exceed an hourly wage or weekly salary.
My loan officer sent this email to my contractor. She is not on the loan and he has never reached out to me.
Please call me so we can discuss your maturing construction line of credit.
Commercial Lending Manager
answered on Apr 29, 2020
Yes, this is quite common banking practice. During any construction loan your contractor is liable to the bank for the construction loan--not the future property owner. If all goes well during construction, you will get to take over the construction loan after it is rolled over into a permanent... Read more »
I am the primary account holder on the said account. I added him just recently. I live in Kentwood Louisiana he lives across state line in Ms
answered on Apr 16, 2020
File a claim in Justice of the Peace Court, close your checking account and open a new one in just your name.
answered on Dec 17, 2019
Way more detaIls needed. If this has to do with a divorce, hire a divorce lawyer.
Louisiana incorporation Registration Jefferson Parish DA Paul D Connick Civil case # 2:18-cv-09296 In 08/08/2019 around 10:30 am Trina Williams ticket #G59 matters of jurisdiction zoning went through intake process waiting again United labor and wage for name to be called at off SSA 115 terry... Read more »
answered on Aug 8, 2019
Your question makes no sense. Ask someone to write it for you.
Informed in dentist office the paper work signed only pre qualified me. Did not know an active loan was in place until payment reminder came in mail from lender. Every “TILA” law was crushed in this whole process by said Dentist office and said lender. Both are working in conjunction against me... Read more »
answered on May 23, 2019
Assuming that you had the expensive dental work done the written documents you signed allow the dentist and the creditor to collect the money you agreed to pay from you; it doesn't matter what you were told before the procedure. If you are unhappy about the interest rate, contact a Louisiana lawyer.
If I put him on it and the courts want more money or to levy or freeze it for what ever reason can they do it even if my name is on the account too?
answered on May 22, 2019
If your husband has a judgment against him or a child support garnishment, do NOT add him to any of your accounts.
I'm trying to obtain a pro bono lawyer to help assist me in gathering my dad's property house or houses an land, bank accounts, vehicles ect... An to assure all of his assets has NOT been touch sold access bank accounts or ANY ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES since the death of my dad in 2003 I feel... Read more »
answered on May 17, 2019
There is no such thing as a "pro bono lawyer." However, many lawyers will volunteer some of their valuable time to help out very poor folks who have very important legal problems and cannot afford to hire a lawyer.
"Gathering your father's property house or houses an... Read more »
I don’t want to get in legal trouble, but it was their error & it was a money order not a check.
answered on Apr 15, 2019
Having been a commercial bank officer before going to law school, I would expect your bank to find their error sooner or later--and then correct it--without telling you. Therefore, unless you do not mind going OD when the bank suddenly debits your account, my practical advice is don't spend... Read more »
My step father is claiming that hes finding out my mother deceased 4 years has a safety deposit box that he can't open with out me and my brother's signature. I'm not on the list at bank and they wont even tell me if these allegations are true. I need advice on how to handle this.
answered on May 18, 2018
It depends on whether the decedent had a will and/or whether the contents were the separate or community property of the deceased. If community, the naked ownership of the contents would be the childrens' but the spouse would have the use of it. If separate, full ownership would belong to... Read more »
My husband has been charged with felony computer fraud in Tangipahoa parish. His stepfather alleges that my husband stole his bank account info and used it fraudulently. The fact is that my husband’s mother authorized it, told him it was okay. She is the one who provided the bank acct info to my... Read more »
answered on Apr 4, 2018
You handle it by hiring a criminal defense attorney & not giving a statement.
answered on Aug 28, 2017
You should be able to do in Louisiana, if you are the only heir, or if the remaining heirs sign off. Do you have the vehicles/registration info? And title info? You can do still do with a lost title, but it is an affidavit -- you have to attest to the circumstances - any will probated in Texas?... Read more »
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