All of my debt occurred in a different state and is some years old I and homeless no income at moment. I will soon be filing taxes for the last years as I know it's required. Can you provide free legal aid for my situation?
If have a car insurance subrogation judgement against me, can that affect my husband wages or home? We own nothing together. Everything is in his name, except the car I was driving that day. We don’t even share a bank account.
I have no job, or assets of any kind, so it’s unclear what... Read more »
We brought an administrative mandamus action in State Calif Superior court against local city agency for land use decision on a property whose prior owner was in Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Superior court judge ordered that due to auto stay provisions(11 USC 362), no further proceedings until AFTER... Read more »
There are some things that can be objected to and then cannot be discharged in Bankruptcy. You might contact a BK attorney with more specificity to get a more detailed analysis. I think it might be worth try and then hope no one objects but without more facts it's hard to know for sure without...Read more »
If you schedule your sole income and your sole expenses on Schedules I and J, your daughter's income from her employment should not be factored in. The corollary to that assumption is that your daughter earns just enough to pay for things like her vehicle, insurance, food ( at school or her...Read more »
I don't know! You live in Utah and things are done differently there! LOL
Please go see a divorce lawyer ASAP. Most good family lawyers will hear you out in the first sitting. Here in Florida (and in Texas and Oklahoma) the court can award temporary alimony, child support and...Read more »
I am on an income driven repayment plan working towards PSLF. I have to file chapter 7 bankruptcy due to husbands bad money management. I don't want my loans to pause or go into default or in any way be affected by the bankruptcy. Is that possible? I have to stay on track so I am done paying... Read more »
When you file for bankruptcy relief, you must file Schedules listing all of your debts and assets. And you must sign those Schedules under penalty of perjury. So, no, you cannot leave your student loans, or any other debt (or claim against you even if you don't think you owe it), "out...Read more »
but didn't include it on my chapter 7 (this debt was about a year before filing). 13 years later i get a letter from a german collection agency adding 1000's in fees and they continue to do this. being a us citizen living in california can i disregard this?
I am about to file bankruptcy Chapter 7 in California. My debt exceeded 180.000$ and I have no assets and income coming in. But I still have 60.000$ in Crypto currency. My lawyer will be able to protect 35000$ for me. I have a few personal loans that I would like to pay off, its 2 people and total... Read more »
2018 May court awarded plaintiff 4500 dollars, Defendant appealed May 2018, deposited 4500 circuit court for appeal, Defendant filed Bankruptcy July 2020, Discharged Aug 2020. Funds still on deposit and no date set for the appeal. Plaintiff not notified as debtor. Is award for plaintiff set aside... Read more »
I had a case in the court, but the person litigated in another court, and was awarded his request. I filed an appeal. Then had a TI schedule, in the TI one attorney post fraud. I filed for bankruptcy, the Judge in the BK ruptcy court heard the case and overturned the lower court finding. As it was... Read more »
Sorry, this is a complex fact situation which appears to involve at least 3 different matters. No helpful comments can be made without reviewing the status of the underlying cases. If there is currently a Motion for Summary Judgment filed against you in the Counterclaim, you need to make sure...Read more »
You are entitled to the exemptions either under the statutes of California or under the United States, whichever is opted. Specific answers about crypto currency are beyond the pale of this type of website
I am currently filing chapter 7 bankruptcy via the internet through Upsolve and to keep the story short I was charged out of state tuition for two semesters totaling just over $10,000 maxing out my loans for the school year so I can not return until fall next year without out of pocket pay. I was... Read more »
If you are holding this money in your bank account or as cash then it usually will not matter what the funds represent. You must even disclose the fact that you are owed the money even if school is still holding the money.
While these funds represent your tuition money from your...Read more »
I defaulted on a loan for a little over $6,000 I was recently given a summons by the sheriff on behalf of the loan company. I'm currently unemployed due to the virus I'm very worried about losing my vehicle as it is my last life line (Uber) if I am taken to court with a judgement. I do... Read more »
You shouldn't have to worry about wage garnishment as that isn't allowed under NC law. However, there is a chance your vehicle could be seized. Whether that happens is going to depend on the amount of equity you have in this vehicle, and to what extent you can "exempt" this...Read more »
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