You should be able to file a bankruptcy case for your mother under the authority of a suitable power of attorney in the instance where she does not have the mental capacity to participate and handle her own filing. The U.S. Trustee, which is the branch of the Federal Government that monitors...Read more »
OK so I already filed for bankruptcy and I have my 341 meeting scheduled for June my home rental lease will expire soon and I have to move I just found another place and they asked for $1800 ( Security Deposit & First month rent ) I want to take the money the$1800 from my checking bank account... Read more »
So I had a lawsuit against me ( Collection from debt Buyer ) and after I filed a chapter 7 bankruptcy the case changed to ( Dismissal with Prejudice ) can you please tell me what does that mean and is it good or no ?
First thing you do is go hire a good bankruptcy lawyer.
If your title loan is like most, they have the title in the file cabinet at the office but they failed to record the lien on the title with the State MDV. If that is the case it is unsecured. You should be able to check that out with...Read more »
I had a civil case against me at the Magistrate Court to collect the debt from me the case filed on 03/25/2020 and since that date the case type ( statement of claim ) pending status , I filed a bankruptcy a week ago and I called the Magistrate Court to ask them why... Read more »
I tried to list the unemployment compensation in Form 106C ( property you claim as exempt ) but the problem is the unemployment compensation not found in schedule A/B and the form 106C have to list items from schedule A/B only what should I do where I can exempt the unemployment compensation ?... Read more »
OK so I filed a bankruptcy 3 days ago and when I login on to my pacer I can see my trustee contact information I didn't received anything from the trustee in the mail not yet so my question is should I email my trustee and ask him what he need from me or should I wait till he mail me what he... Read more »
I had 2 credit cards from chase bank and I list both amounts in my bankruptcy form however now I just checked pacer and when I clicked on creditor I saw they list just one chase bank is that OK I mean they should list chase bank twice right ? or because it's the same bank... Read more »
I already filed the bankruptcy case with the court and I forget to list the unemployment compensation i receive every week in exemption so the question is will the trustee take this money ( the unemployment money ) from my account just because I didn't exempt it in the form ? I filed in GA... Read more »
First, you should be speaking with your counsel, if you have one. If you did not use Counsel, please check that you used the proper exemption (don't know if GA uses Federal or State-check with a lawyer) so that the funds in the account are exempt and the Trustee will not take it. If you...Read more »
describe your vehicle, do you own, lease, or have legal or equitable interest in any vehicle? I honestly do not own any car but i sometimes drive my wife's car. My name is not in her title, only in the insurance. Should i list her car or no? Thanks
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