When you file for bankruptcy relief, no matter which chapter, you must list ALL of your assets, under penalty of perjury. In other words, you must "include" your home, and all other assets, by identifying it on the sworn Schedules you must file.
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 »
The IRA as a retirement account would be treated as fully exempt in a bankruptcy filing and these funds would remain his. If the Cash Management Account is not part of a retirement account he still may be able to use his federal wild card exemption to exempt some or all depending on the amount of...Read more »
I want to walk away from this problem bcuz i cannot pay the mortgage.can i walk away from this home?the house cant get sold because she died without will .i just want to walk away and not deal with this .what are my options.
All assets have to be listed at full value regardless of your intention to deal with it. Most likely it can be exempted, that is not included in the bankruptcy process, but the answer can only be determined by a thorough review of all assets, liabilities and cash flow. If you have a substantial...Read more »
Basically you have to list the asset and exempt it on Schedule C for a chapter 7. This is a fundamental issue in bankruptcy law. With this amount of money at stake you should consult with a bankruptcy attorney. Other bankruptcy chapters may require different treatment. Good Luck.
Based on your question you should hire an experienced local bankruptcy attorney to file bankruptcy for you to make sure you answer all questions accurately and fully on your schedules and statements. Inaccurate and incomplete schedules may result in the dismissal of your case or lead to other...Read more »
I owned part of my grandmas house and also half of a boat. The trustee bought out the house from my uncle and boat from my brother. Do I have to take my name off everything regarding those like the deed and registration? Would anything ever happen if I didnt? Can I ever reclaim my portion back from... Read more »
12/31/1998 my father purchased an IRA from Tri-National Development Corp by way of Pensco Custodian FBO, for $19,132.66. On 2/23/2006 Pensco transferred a bond to my father for $18,423, after Tri-National filed for bankruptcy. Bankruptcy proceedings are ongoing under US Bankruptcy Court, Southern... Read more »
Not clear what you are asking in relation to your interest in LLC. If your concern is whether you could exempt your interest in LLC in Chapter 7 personal filing it will depend on market value of your small interest in LLC. You should consult with a local bankruptcy attorney to review all the facts...Read more »
Since Nevada is a community property state can they take her money in her savings and checking account when I’m filing separate and we live separate. She is on none of the debt. It’s all mine. We own no property
More complicated is that my unoffical partner has been financing 100% of my inventory. We split profits 50/50. All sales money goes directly to him and then he pays me my cut of profit at end of month. I also have a debt to him of 32K which he takes part of monthly from my profit. My season ticket... Read more »
Any property in your name will be property of the estate. You can protect some or all of your tickets and PSLs with your exemptions, depending on the value, but anything else over and above your exemption(s) could be liquidated.
The actions by the credit card company may be a direct violation of the automatic stay in bankruptcy. You may be able to get your money back and even receive damages. Talk with your bankruptcy lawyer to determine your rights. If you do not have a lawyer, now would be a good time to get legal...Read more »
Filed chap 13 in March 2016, converted to chap 7 in Aug 2016, was discharged but not closed in Nov 2016. Received a permanent loan modification from my bank, they are saying need court approval to execute documents? Is this true and what form(s) are needed to file the documents.
Usually, you do not. In chapter 13, you would file a motion to approve mortgage modification. In chapter 7 you do not need court permission to incur new debt. Contact your bankruptcy attorney and inquire why your case remains open. If you do not have an attorney, now is the time to hire one. You...Read more »
If this profit sharing plan is a retirement plan exempt from current taxation as such than it is likely exempt and your employer would not be notified of your bankruptcy. You should consult with a CT bankruptcy attorney to determine if Chapter 7 is the best option for you and review all of the...Read more »
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