Washington State, Snohomish County. Prescribed oxycodones for pain in my feet from 1997 till 1999. Became addicted to opiates been in and out of treatment, have multiple felony drug cases which I've done prison time for. Also had a child born with neonatal abstinence syndrome.
] I purchased an airline ticket in January w/credit card. I had to file bankruptcy due to health reasons. I recieved my discharge in may. The credit card that is used to purchase the ticket I included in bankruptcy. I owed them a balance when I filed bankruptcy. Come to find out the airline owed... Read more »
Removing derogatory information in your credit report does NOT absolve you of the underlying debts that caused the information you want removed. Filing a Chapter 7 may result in getting rid of some or all the debts--but your credit report will then contain that information.
If I file a chapter 7, and want to reaffirm my mortgage, that is past due 120+days , would I have to become completely current or up-to-date before the mortgage company will agree to reaffirm or work with me on making arrangements. And after I file chapter 7, if I understand correctly, the mortgage... Read more »
I was disabled by injury 6 months ago and can no longer work. I receive regular money from the government but have next to nothing left over after basic expenses. I am now severely in debt due to medical bills and less income and can’t afford my minimum payments anymore. I contacted my credit... Read more »
You need to consult competent bankruptcy counsel who is knowledgeable in student loan modifications and/or forgiveness. Only after you run the guidelines can you have a real idea of what your actual payment could be.
I now have the car we figured I would just switch it in my name when it’s paid off. The interest is really high on it though. I am able to still pay it off but my credit is not high enough to put it in my own name, or to even get a refinance. But when she claims bankruptcy does that affect my... Read more »
Looking at the definitions there isn't anything really explaining "income". "income" has been defined by the Supreme Court very well when dealing with the Income Tax. Would this be the correct definition to fall back on?
In bankruptcy involving ex-wife, dual ownership of the home, we have jointly owned vehicle and RV that have loans. Don't mind losing the rv, but where we live a car is necessary. 1. Would he lose the whole house even if it jointly owned with the ex-wife? 2. Would we be able to keep the car?... Read more »
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