The debt has been sent to collections and as she has no contact with her ex-husband (she has tried but he is currently a fugitive wanted by Yavapai County in Arizona) they are still hurting her credit and forcing her to pay in spite of the court order that clearly details that he is responsible for... Read more »
Loan company was paid 19k from insurance. Deceased person left remaining balance of 1k due to late payments. Company asked for death certificate to pursue the executive of state but insist that I am liable for the remaining balance.
So they had two years to pay the settlement and after that it would accrue interest. My lawyer was already paid and I was told when two years came if we needed we would go back to court. It’s been 13 yrs I contact the office a few times over the yrs and at one point told I wouldn’t have to pay... Read more »
Depending on the facts of the underlying case, this could be something that an Arizona or Massachusetts attorney could advise best on. But your post remains open for two weeks. It isn't fully clear what happened here that has you waiting for the funds of your award. If your lawyer recommended...Read more »
agency but they told me they were from my bank. When I called my bank about them and gave my bank the number they called from, my bank informed me that the numbers were fraud and not to deal with them. At the time my bank was having an issue with fraudulent calls posing as the bank trying to get... Read more »
I have found out about this lawsuit against myself only through receiving a letter from a local lawyer alerting me to this and offering a free consultation. Attached was a court code that let me validate this through an AZ court government lookup.
The plaintiff has not yet had any filings... Read more »
You should consult an attorney regarding this debt. Nothing can happen unless you are served so time is on your side. Your attorney can then determine potential defenses or potential offensive maneuvers to try.
a local law firm has a 120-day hold on funds in my checking account for a credit card bill that was charged off since 2012. Most of the money in that account is from Social Security AND According to the Fair Debt act they should not be able to sue me for an account over three years old. I never... Read more »
The collection agency can bring an action against you and may be entirely justified in doing so. Your job is to promptly respond by raising any and all defenses that are available. One defense might be statute of limitations. Another might be that your social security funds are exempt. There...Read more »
You'll increase your chances of a decent resolution if you hire an attorney. You'll have to decide, however, whether it makes financial sense to pay an attorney by the hour to defend against a $3000 claim. My guess is that after you call a couple of attorneys and they tell you that they...Read more »
You need to file a Motion to Modify Child Support. If there has been a 15% change in circumstances, you may file for what is called Motion to Modify Child Support, Simplified Procedure, so that you may not even have a court hearing.
If you need further assistance, you should call an...Read more »
A medical office billed for two types of visits on one day, which they didn't perform. I got the bill and have sent them the dispute, called and left messages and then sent check for the one visit, writing pd in full on the check. They cashed it and now sent me a bill adding 32.00 for late... Read more »
Your best bet, on such an insignificant claim, is to either sue in small claims court, or turn over the matter to your State consumer protection agency. Double billing can also be a crime, in certain circumstances.
I got in a car accident and didnt have adequate insurance so the other parties insurance submitted a judgement against my license. I setup a payment plan and got my license reinstated but after getting laid off and missing a payment they suspended my license and want total due in full before... Read more »
Five hundred of it is on a document that we had signed by a notary but the rest was in good faith. I have text messages dating back to the beginning of all these loans and two recorded messages where she admits she owes me the amount.
my TCF checking account is overdrawn 900 dollars in several returned checks from several different retail stores. i am also 22,000 dollars in debt with out making minimal payments. my concern however is with the TCF bank and the bad checks. I also have a criminal history with 2 prior historical... Read more »
Although overdraft fees are an unsecured debt, the bankruptcy law specifically excludes NSF checks from being discharged. You should list the debt in the bankruptcy schedules anyway, but most likely the debt will survive. Also, if the NSF check is not made good quickly, the store MAY submit it...Read more »
I have a little over $14k in debt, divided uo between 11 collection accts. The highest being a little over 1k to school, 8k for a car repo, and 2k for broken lease. I currently make $30k annually before taxes, I have a car payment and other household bills my boyfriend and I share, I'm afraid... Read more »
This was a parking ticket on my daughters car that was registered in my name.it was her car but I had to put it in my name . This was paid and nothing was ever said again until now some 14 yrs later is this still a valid.
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