However, I just today received a periodic statement from the Chp 13 trustee and noticed in the "Balance Owed" column that I owe more than $6K more than my scheduled remaining 6 more monthly payments will cover. Looks to be that the Trustee payments were increased when a new trustee took over a few... Read more »
My ex-husband recently included me in his bankruptcy for my share in our divorce settlement. I was informed by the trustees office that my ex's $170,000 Secured debts would have top priority, then my Priority debts would be paid. I would like to avoid waiting 2/3 years to receive my settlement and... Read more »
She should have been listed as a co-signer/creditor in your bankruptcy. Unless you are obligated to pay the co-signed debt under your property settlement agreement in your divorce, she likely doesn’t have a claim against you.
My parents have a house and the joint tenant deed where if my dad dies it goes to my mom and if she dies it goes to me and my 2 brothers. I am going bankrupt and don't want them to lose their home because of me.
We just moved to AL from WA State. Our truck, with all of our belongings broke down the day we had to leave. We were told that it could not be repaired by the dealership because the part needed was no longer in production. I could not find a used part anywhere. Eventually we had to leave everything... Read more »
A bankruptcy filing may be the answer. Our office would provide a free consultation as well as a payment plan for legal fees and costs. The filing of the bankruptcy case puts a Stay ( stop) Order on all of your creditors. All calls, legal actions, wage garnishments, bank attachments etc must stop...Read more »
2.3 Question: Income tax refunds and returns. Answer: Debtor will retain any income tax refunds received during the plan term. However, question 5.2 Question: Percentage, Base, or Pot Plan. Answer: Base Plan. this plan proposes to pay the amount to the trustee (plus any tax refunds, lawsuit... Read more »
Are you trying to file your Chapter 13 without an attorney? If so, although it will sound self-serving from the standpoint of a legal professional, I don't recommend that. There is virtually no chance a Ch 13 matter will succeed without legal assistance, and, based on your questions, I can only...Read more »
We are both married and we each have our own mobile home on the 8 acre property and the other 3 mobile homes have family members residing in them and they all pay one towards property tax and insurance and any other expenses that are for the property. Just don’t want all of us to lose our homes... Read more »
If your mother files Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you will be in a legally conflicted position as regards her interests in obtaining a discharge and as regards the "bankruptcy estate" created by operation of law upon filing. A Chapter 7 Trustee will be assigned to her case who has the duty and ability to...Read more »
Yes. You could include the balance in your Chapter 13 but the better play might have be to have your lawyer negotiate a short sale or s deed in lieu of foreclosure and you might get to walk away without paying the balance.
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