The month I bought my car my credit union was bought out. I got welcome packet. It said I needed to do nothing and the transition would be uneventful. I noticed the first two payments were not made so I went into branch, paid them and made sure it would be deducted monthly. I change banks and set... View More
In your situation, the potential for repossession depends on the terms of your loan agreement and the bank's policies. If the bank's system rejected your payments and you were not notified for months, you may have grounds to dispute the repossession.
Husband. He lived there taking care of her and working from home part of time and at our home in Arkansas. MIL left house with TOD in my husband's name only because his brother had so many school loans and she didn't want "the big man" getting on his part. Apparently there is a... View More
When your husband sells the home, the home equity line of credit will need to be paid off in order to pass free and clear title to the buyer. Yes, the gift of half of the proceeds to your husband's brother would be a taxable gift to the extent in excess of $17,000. However, there is a...View More
Unfortunately, without more information, there is not enough information to go on. I would highly recommend that you reach out to a lawyer to go over the facts and circumstances of your case, so that you can determine what can be done.
You may be looking for something else. But the important instruments are the Mortgage which is recorded at the Courthouse. The Note is secured by the Mortgage, and there should be some Note terms in the Mortgage. The loan servicer is not the lender, and probably owes you nothing as you are...View More
We had put my stepson on the account in the event something happened to us he would have access. My husband passed away suddenly and within a matter of days my stepson had taken entire amount and will not speak to me. Is there anything I can do to get my money back since he was on the account. I... View More
This is a classic case of do it yourself estate planning gone wrong. It might be theoretically possible for you to recover the money, but you will have to sue your stepson to get it back, and you will have the burden of proving that the money was yours and not his. You did not say how much money...View More
A Mississippi attorney would be able to advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. From what you describe, it's possible that your insurance carrier became insolvent and went into receivership. This is only a guess because you mention that the billing facility mentioned...View More
You really need to consider reaching out to a criminal defense lawyer, as there will likely be criminal charges coming down the pipeline. Depending on the circumstances, you may be able to avoid jail time and having this go on you record. Feel free to reach out to any lawyer on here by clicking the...View More
As a starting point, you could contact an environmental attorney or toxic tort attorney in Mississippi and ask if they would give you a free initial consultation. Keep in mind that these types of cases could require considerable budgets. They can involve costly soil and water sampling and analysis...View More
I put on my employment form a direct deposit information the correct information however the bank sent an email to my employer stating it was wrong and gave another account ( which isn't mine ) but I had already had a direct deposit from my employer the week prior. now they stated that my... View More
Technically, yes. Banks are not supposed to release information to any client about another client without permission. However, having been a commercial bank officer in a different lifetime, I also know that this happens frequently when the bank employees know or have known that the person asking...View More
Yes. Any regulated financial institution has a legal "right of set off" in situations where there is money in one account but insufficient money in another account at the same bank. And it does not matter if there are other people who also own the account where the bank takes the money...View More
This question is not as easy as it appears. The answer would depend upon several other factors, including whether the husband and wife have a joint checking account, whether the husband has allowed his wife to sign his name to checks in the past, whether the money involved was money that only the...View More
Contact an attorney about your judgment or defaulted garnishment.
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