I am a banquet hall business owner. My bank has refused to give me relief on mortgage payments because I was already behind 2 payments due to the increase in property taxes in the county. The bank has filed for foreclosure during covid and intends to appoint a receiver in June 2020. At this point,... Read more »
I can't tell from your facts if you are facing a business bankruptcy, a personal bankruptcy or both. However, it sounds like you need a mechanism to stop the litigation and to liquidate debts in an orderly fashion. That is one of the functions of a bankruptcy case. I need to know more about...Read more »
still have the title until I completely pay the bankruptcy off, but I have been recently in a minor accident and the insurance company wont pay me unless I have a lienholder release form. Will I be able to get that since the car is paid off eventhough the bankruptcy isnt?
It has past late charge fees and past other fees. I filed in 2009 and never got a statement like this before. What does this mean? It also states our records show I I’m a debtor or I discharged personal liability for my mortgage loan in bankruptcy
Divorce final 12-2018. Ex wife who lives in Tennessee filed bankruptcy on truck I was awarded in divorce. Her name was supposed to be court ordered off title but that didn't get put in divorce so it didn't happen. I was never notified. It went into bankruptcy in April of 2019. I recently... Read more »
The bank just now (in 2020) notified the trustee In January 202 of non payment. As of now I still have possession of the vehicle. I have not been notified by the trustee regarding the past non payment. I continue to pay my monthly 13 plan payment however, I still have not made any payment regarding... Read more »
A debtor's assets in bankruptcy include property received by bequest, devise or inheritance. Please review section 541 of the bankruptcy code before making any decisions. If you are inheriting the house and there is equity, you need to analyze how that equity is treated if you file for...Read more »
Just wondering should I not spend it just in case the trustee asks for it. Also read that if they are going to take it they have to report it to the us trustees office. I just want to use the money as it was intended to help pay my bills and put food on the table.
My friend was told by his lawyer the stimulus would be taken by his trustee. I have read all the other questions relating to chap 7 and the stimulus and not counting as income. My friend filed on the 29th and I filed on the 28th of March by myself. Maybe it depends on the trustee. I just thought... Read more »
It was a chapter 7. I see the provision for chapter 13 where it says the stimulus would go to the debtor but is there something for chapter 7 as well. stimulus is considered to be part of my bankruptcy estate. So I'm reading it can be taken by the trustee to satisfy creditor debts. My question... Read more »
There are a few provisions under the cares act for chap 13 but I don't read anything for chap 7 saying that the stimulus is safe from the trustee. Is there something that specifically says I will get to keep the stimulus so I can cite it if the trustee brings it up. When I filed I had 3100 in... Read more »
It is but he will still have to pay for it bc it is a non-dischargeable domestic obligation of support. Hire a bankruptcy lawyer to go in and get it for you. You can likely recover your attorney fees in the divorce action.
Married, Live in IL, self employed for apx $35k/yr. Part time about $150/wk. Main income comes via 1099 contract work. Part time is a traditional paycheck. Business is service based with no assets and is handled as a disregarded entity for taxes. All debts are in my name only. We own a house that... Read more »
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