My father is still waiting for his interview to get the visa. I don't know when the immigration visa center give the interview date that is final step ? So maybe after filing the bankruptcy, they reject my father's case? Please let me know what should I do? It is very hard situation and... Read more »
Your bankruptcy lawyer can answer that more accurately than someone on a Q&A site like this. The re-filer needs to ask to have the stay reimposed, but the new filer doesn't. How the court handles it will to a large extent depend on the district you are in and who is your judge.
The next day the truck was gone and we thought the lender took it. Several days later the lender said they did not have the truck and it must be stolen and to report it to the police which we did. The truck has not been located. Now the lender is contacting us. What are our options?
Responsibility. Debtor's sibling pays remainder of case with agreement all property released from case goes to him. Estate executor lies and withholds some property. What can sibling do to receive said property? Is this fraud in any form?
You would have the option to 1) surrender and owe nothing further, 2) keep making the monthly payments but not reaffirm, or 3) to keep making the monthly payments and reaffirm. You would likely only want to reaffirm under limited circumstances - mainly only if the vehicle was worth a good bit more...Read more »
I earned a degree from my local university. I have not been able to get a job in my field and now after applying for 100+ jobs on their website over the last 15 years, their application portal will mysteriously not let me apply for anymore and nobody can figure out why. Can I sue them for... Read more »
To sell your primary asset, you will need to amend your Plan. Post-confirmation modifications are permitted, but proposed modified plans are subject to objections to discharge. The Trustee may object, but that would depend upon the details of your modified plan. If the Trustee, or any creditor,...Read more »
No creditor is allowed to intercept or take your SSI income - so long as the money is not mingled with other monies in a bank account. If you earn some part-time wages and add those into an account that also has your SSI, then your SSI may in danger of being garnished at the bank (frozen and...Read more »
Got some medical bills sense chapter 7 and payday loans when I was out of work I'd like to pay back at a manageable plan. I am back to work now and have a steady income but wasn't sure if chapter 13 was an option within 2 years or not.
I'm in healthcare and have been a clinical associate, CNA and dental assistant. I graduated KU with a 147 credit bachelors of general studies. Now I have a bunch of student debt and the only jobs available for me pay the same or less than before I received my degree and I'm at risk of... Read more »
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.
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