Will they ask for his bank statements being that he is not filing. He’s receiving unemployment. They did ask for pay stubs showing he received unemployment, but my question is being that he’s not filing do they normally request a non filing spouses bank statements?
When one individual in a household seeks bankruptcy relief, the income of other household members is of interest to the Ch. 7 Trustee, because of the "means test", which determines eligibility to be a Ch. 7 debtor (compared to a Ch. 13 debtor). The presumption is the nonbankrupt...Read more »
Due to losing his job and unable to find work Due to COVID. The chapter 13 included $15,000 in irs debt and we were told everything in the chapter 13 would be included in the chapter 7, we even have emails from the attorneys legal assistant indicating they were included and the judge signed off... Read more »
March 2020 had to convert to chapter 7. Included in the chapter 13 was $15,000 of irs debt due to taxes on wages earned in 2015 and 2017, when the 13 was converted to chapter 7 we were told everything in the chapter 13 would be included in the chapter 7 he even has emails from the attorneys legal... Read more »
It's because taxes are generally non dischargeable, meaning it survives the bankruptcy case. When a case is converted to chapter 7, the same debts remain in the case. The IRS not receiving notice of the discharge is irrelevant, because you could always send them a copy after (and this is sent...Read more »
My re-affirmation for my vehicle was approved in my chapter 7 bankruptcy. When I purchased the car, my dad co-signed for me. My car now needs repairs that are too expensive given the value of the car. I want to cancel the reaffirmation and turn over the car and purchase a new car. What happens... Read more »
I have no income, no credit and I have never submitted a tax return. My first semester at LSU resulted in misapplication of my federal aid which resulted in a tuition balance over $8,000. Would this qualify for Chapter 7?
Chapter 13 since October 2018, making payments on time. Trustee handles payments online and I'm wondering if I need to take any action to keep my stimulus check which has been scheduled to arrive soon. I would rather keep it for essentials versus losing the whole thing to my case/trustee.... Read more »
Divorced for about 3 years, settlement not included with divorce, house acquired during marriage. I have been solely paying for the house and all related upkeep. How can I get the ex off the title? He already said he won't sign a quit claim. I don't have the money to sue him over this and... Read more »
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