The taxing authority is claiming the debt is not dischagrable because they sent you a tax warrant 3 years ago before you actually filed for bankruptcy. Per the bankruptcy laws however that doesn't mean anything.
A bankruptcy filing would stop the need for a hearing in aid of execution. The bankruptcy attorney would be able to notify the other side of the filing, and keep any further action from occurring whether that be garnishment, attachment, etc.
I have a debt with Progressive Leasing, it's a no credit needed loan, can this be included in chapter 7? Also my car will be paid off in Oct 2019, it's worth about $2000, this is our only car and I need it to get to and from work as well as I am often sent to the other restaurant... Read more »
Bayview loan servicing acquired our property in 2016. It was originally inc,used in a bankruptcy it we stayed in the home paying the monthly payment. Later, I fell on financial struggles which cause me to get behind in my payments. A short while later I was approved for mortgage modification &... Read more »
A 401(k) and a 401(k) loan are really not affected by a ch 7 bankruptcy. The funds are exempt and not subject to being lost to the bankruptcy court, and the loan is secured and not really affected by the bankruptcy either, as any failure to pay would still allow the retirement funds to be offset...Read more »
I am partial home owner. I pay the majority home owner a "rent" towards bills, repairs, and other home expenses. Of course I will list it on Schedule J, but do I need to list it on the Statement of Financial Affairs under insider payments even though its not exactly a debt or is there... Read more »
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