I need a lawyer iif we would of finished the billl of review we would of won ? evidence was presented, and Court found that I was the only owner of my company 4 days later ex partnerfiled filed bankruptcy on behalf of my company just four days after this Court told him that he did not own it. I... Read more »
I just wanted to clear up what I was asking. His bankruptcy is not yet approved and trustee is recommending it not be granted due to lack of income because he has not submitted the documents she asked for yet. (Schedule C, 3-months P&L, and complete tax return. I log on to Pacer at least once a... Read more »
Ex husband declaring bankruptcy, I have a default judgement and certificate of enforcement but have been unable to collect. I have an attorney, but each thing costs me money. In the divorce decree it states the ex must pay for my attorney fees, but since I have a default judgement, does that negate... Read more »
No. He still owes you the money. Domestic support obligations are non-dischargeable. You can recoup your attorney fees up through the date of the order but you can always go back in and ask for more attorney fees bc if the bankruptcy.
While, as the first answer instructs, contacting the bankruptcy trustee is a good idea (trustees looking to sell estate assets always want to maximize sale prices, and that comes from drawing in more prospective purchasers), your question seems to suggest that there are multiple cases/trustees in...Read more »
My husband passed away recently from cancer. Because of the expenses, we are in dire straights financially and I will probably have to file for bankruptcy while I try to determine what to do. I need to keep my house long enough to be able to sell it and get the equity+ out of it. The house is... Read more »
Any equity you have in that house (above your exemption) would belong to the bankruptcy estate if you file bankruptcy. Meaning, the Trustee might sell it to take that money to pay your creditors. You may have enough of an exemption to protect that equity, but what is available to you will depend....Read more »
My husband who was the only one bringing home a paycheck died 9/21/2022. I'm trying to sell my house, car and jewelry so that my son and I aren't without anywhere to live. I'm behind on the house payments because I simply cannot afford the $1700 a month payment. They will foreclose... Read more »
You may be eligible for bankruptcy depending on your assets and equity in your house. You should consult a competent bankruptcy attorney who can assess your entire financial situation. There are lawyers who may do this pro Bono or at a reduced fee. Contact your local bar association or legal aid...Read more »
I have really great credit but my husband and I are digging ourselves into a hole with a large loan we have. We might be taking on having to add another family member to raise due to an emergency family situation, so financial restructuring is going to be in order. We would not file for bankruptcy... Read more »
Financial issues leading to eviction. Two people household. Apt management doesn't have the ssn and birth date for one tenant. How does this affect the eviction process moving forward? Also does filing for chapter 7 allow for automatic stay for the whole household or only for who filed... Read more »
Yes, bankruptcy court records are accessible. Go to pacer.com, and enroll (with user and password). Then go to bankruptcydata.com, click on "free resources", and you'll get a list of the courts in every US federal district. Look for the "docket sheet" in your...Read more »
A major chemical company had an explosion that damaged my home. We agreed on a settlement and I was paid approximately half. Upon completion of repairs they sent me the last payment of over $5000. They then filed bankruptcy and the check bounced. What are my options to collect?
If you have filed tax returns in prior years, for those unpaid income taxes, then yes, a bankruptcy can help you. Unpaid income taxes, for returns filed more than two years and four months prior to the date of bankruptcy, are dischargeable, along with the interest and penalties accruing....Read more »
I have a small condo and our 5 family member live in this condo for last 21 years. This is only primary resident we have, during covid my wife lost her job and my parents move back to our home. I could not able to make any payment to my mortgage. I tried several time to modify or adjust the past... Read more »
You can --through a lawyer--seek a temporary restraining order in District Court in your county. It is temporary--and I mean temporary. Don't expect more that 30 days till something will have to happen.
Go see a Bankruptcy Lawyer about a Chapter 13. That usually is the best way to...Read more »
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