The home is a probate estate home, whereas the tenant is the son (Executor) and heir. The home was willed to the son, but he says that the mrtg lender told him he has no rights to the home because he is not on the deed. Is this true?
The property is an empty parcel and not the residence of the debtor. He has only partial interest that does not exceed $5000. I am trying to find out if he can sell without being affected by the judgements. Using info from the S.C. Code 15-41-30, can he sell it and still remain "judgement... Read more »
S.C. Code 15-41-30 refers to the homestead exemption, and you have stated it is not his residence. Therefore, the property is not exempt from creditors. Whether the lien is properly filed is another matter. However, if the lien is valid, then, although the property can still be sold, the lien...Read more »
I bought a mattress in October of 2020 from a furniture store, and financed it. I filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy approximately 6 months later, and it was discharged in April 2021. Now the creditor is demanding the merchandise back or they will take court action. I thought I was done after the... Read more »
I went to rent a uhaul and was refused service because I came in with a person who drove a uhaul for someone else who was associated to someone in debt with uhaul. So I left and came back with my mother. In which they refused service to because she is associated with me. The whole time they... Read more »
Section 109 of the Bankruptcy Code describes who is eligible to be a debtor in a Chapter 7 case. Basically, there are upper limits to permissible income, which is no bar for you. So yes, you can file a Ch. 7 petition without joining your husband, and you don't need his permission, either.
I have a small business that has been wiped out due to COVID-19, I am in the process of building my celebrity status as a writer/cat behaviorist but that takes time. Unemployment has been cut off, account "In Review." I have about 30K in cash, thanks to EIDL and PPP loans. If I file... Read more »
My parents died intestate with their home in foreclosure status. I have been told I am not responsible for the loan itself, however, I was served with an Owner for Joiner as Defendant because I am listed on the deed. When I went to inquire about purchasing my home, this came back against me. Is... Read more »
I'm confused because I never discussed bankruptcy and never filed for bankruptcy I don't understand why that would be the data source so I'm trying to find out if I do actually have some kind of warrant out that's legitimate
I don't know what to do filled out paperwork is said to put down all debts no room on the form in Tennessee it's a felony not to list all your debts. I don't want to go I found I don't want to go and I don't know what to do. If I don't go I can have a felony cuz the... Read more »
If the claim was pending when you filed and did not exempt it out, then the trustee has a right to make a claim on it. As for how much, probably the amount of your debt, plus the Trustee's Counsel and Trustee's Commission. Talk to your lawyer
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