I am part of the CWA Frontier CA. We do have a contract but I have a civil case against Frontier CA that all the actions within that Civil case are in the contract. Frontier has placed my case in the bankruptcy. I have been searching to have the dismissal of my inclusion. Any help is appreciated.
We need help with how we should word the motion filed to withdraw vs dismiss or what to call it? What is the best way to go about doing this to be 100% sure we are not responsible for the defendant's attorney fees and can the defense come back and try to sue us after we either withdraw or... Read more »
you really want to have an attorney contact them to try to get some money and then when they say no, to ask if I can get them to drop/dismiss the case, we would want a release agreeing that each side shall bear their own costs.
if they know you are going to give in, then they may not agree...Read more »
only you can answer that question. a lawyer cannot tell you whether or not to take the deal, especially a lawyer you have not hired and doesn't know the facts. so you have to make a decision of what to do. depending on your financial situation, you may qualify for a bankruptcy and wipe out...Read more »
Apparently, assets were collected by your Chapter 7 Trustee, or property was sold in your case, Were you aware of this during the case? Usually when this occurs, professionals are hired to represent the Chapter 7 Trustee (such as a CPA, an attorney) who are entitled to receive payment of their...Read more »
I left California due to a bad relationship. I foolishly walked away from all responsibilities as I was extremely stressed and left 30k of outstanding debt. Car loans, cc, etc. Prior to this my credit was perfect! It was the biggest mistake of my life!!
You certainly do have options. Talk to one or more bankruptcy lawyers to explore those options. If you are informed that bankruptcy is one of those options, you can probably make all the debt go away, even the lawsuits.
A tenant claiming civil code 1708.7 sent a notification requesting to terminate the current lease due to domestic violence. However, this is a commercial lease and not a residential one. And the tenant still has an unpaid balance pending. Is the tenant able to break the lease and not have to pay... Read more »
You would want an attorney to review your commercial lease documents and the letter the tenant sent you. I would suggest to start with searching for a real estate lawyer who specializes in forming and reviewing commercial lease agreements. I hope this helps.
If you have a student loant hat you received, you're going to be required to pay the student loan back. There is the possibility in some rare circumstances to be eligible to discharge a student loan through a bankruptcy proceeding, however that recovery requires an adversary proceeding, and...Read more »
A: You are essentially asking lawyers how a debtor can hide assets from her creditors and the bankruptcy court. Unfortunately, concealing assets in a bankruptcy is considered a federal crime and attorneys cannot ethically advise you how to commit a crime.
Two friends of mine and I signed a year long lease. We agreed every month we’d split the bills for the apartment three ways. In March, they bailed on me and moved back to Mississippi. We will receive an invoice for the settlement agreement (~10K), but I don’t know who they’re sending it to.... Read more »
Unfortunately, even though all of you are on the lease, the landlord can seek payment from any one of you. Since you all signed the settlement agreement, you are all responsible for payment. However, unless other language was included in the agreement, you are all joint and severally liable for...Read more »
So my new mortgage is $640k . If my son formed a llc. My question is if he by chances get sued for a lease hold or food poisoning .. God forgive. Can landlord come after our house? How can I protect most of my interest of the house.
Your son should have insurance to cover these situations. In any case, as long as you didn't guarantee the lease or anything else in the business, as long as your son's name is not on the title to the house, or as long as your son's name is not on the mortgage, then I don't see...Read more »
This is if both the defendant and attached business are named in the settlement. There would be a stipulation for entry of judgment attached to the settlement. The concern is the defendant defaulting and possibly filing bankruptcy prior to making payments.
More information is needed to determine how a bankruptcy may affect the settlement.
Once the defendant files for bankruptcy, whether it be personal or business bankruptcy, an automatic stay is generally issued. The automatic stay may legally prevent you from enforcing the settlement or...Read more »
I cosigned a car loan for a friend. He defaulted the car loan and the bank handed the loan to a collection agency. I had to declare bankruptcy which destroyed my once stellar credit score. As a result I'm strained financially and am still recovering my credit score. I am unable to get any... Read more »
Look at the pro se rules on the Bankruptcy Court's website (I'm not sure which bankruptcy court in California you are in). There might also be a pro se clerk you can ask. You may be able to submit it online (NY has online upload for pro se debtors), or you may need to bring it to the...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 »
Bank of America is suing me for not paying business card debt of $7000. I offered them half, they didnt agree. I cant pay more since Covid has affected business and I need to pay my employees. $7000 is the pay of one employee in my office for 2 months. Bank of America is restricting my ability to... Read more »
I’m very sorry to hear about your current situation. The pandemic has placed countless individuals and businesses in detrimental positions due to little fault of their own. However, if the debt is legitimate, Bank of America has a right to file a lawsuit to recover the debt.
my 64 year old sister took out several student loans about 15 years ago. At that time, she was diagnosed with advanced stage ovarian cancer. She survived the cancer, but the treatments wiped her out financially and can no longer work. She has no income, no savings, and can't get a job due to... Read more »
Your question cannot be answered with only the information you have provided. Your will need to get a more in depth analysis with both an estate planning attorney and an accountant. And perhaps a bankruptcy attorney. Any money spent now will reap huge rewards down the road. Hopefully you are using...Read more »
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