In Louisiana, if your wife purchased a vehicle solely in her name and it's repossessed, she would generally be responsible for the associated debt. Louisiana's community property laws might have implications if community funds were used to make payments. If you cosigned or have joint...View More
been served? The loan company manager was coming to my house sitting on his horn for 5 min. and calling my company allday Is that legal? I did send in a letter saying I deny the debt. they set a court rule to show cause hearing 7/31. I went and they said the judgement was already filed March of... View More
You indicate that there is a judgment against you signed in March, 2023 which means the customary legal delays to appeal have passed. As such, in order to get the judgment overturned, you really need to meet with an attorney and specifically discuss your case/situation to determine if you have...View More
The title company's job is to clear your title prior to the conveyance. If there is no judgment lien prior to closing, it may not get paid and released. Then the creditor would probably try to collect from your bank.
I received a Citation and being sued by my university for not paying my debt in full. It mentioned in the docket letter that I must pay in full amount (about 6k) which I do not have in my bank account. There are no other option of repaying my debt other than in full if I wanted my case dismissed.... View More
You can hire an attorney and see if the attorney can work out a resolution of your case with the suing party. Please note that since you have been sued and served with a citation, you have a certain period of time in which to respond to the lawsuit or the suing party can seek a (default) against...View More
as opposed to via certified mail? Am I required to send a copy of my response to the plaintiff’s lawyer within the 10 day period as well, or can that be a day or so late as long as it’s filed with the court on time? This is Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, 2nd Parish Court. Thank you so much.
Basically, yes, yes, yes, however a person who represents himself might also be considered a fool. That said, at a minimum, I would seek a consultation with a lawyer--pay him for 30 minutes ----1 hour of his time to obtain advice and suggestions on what to do/how to do it if you are intent on...View More
First thing you need to do is hire a criminal defense attorney in your area as an attorney would be in the best position to assist you in this matter and to help you get the best result possible. In this instance you indicate that you were arrested on a warrant----was that a warrant from a...View More
if you have a copy of the lien, then you should contact a construction lawyer or perhaps a collections or real estate lawyer and find out how long that lien is valid. Once you are aware of that, then you can decide how to proceed.
You should contact a lawyer and provide more information to the lawyer, such as what type tickets, the status of the tickets, where and who issued the tickets, and what you are trying to accomplish at this time. Good luck.
More information is needed to answer this question, such as why do you or anyone else believe you are responsible for your father's debt? You should consider hiring a lawyer to defend you----the entity suing is represented and very much willing to take advantage of a non-represented person.
If you fail to respond timely, then the creditor will seek a default judgment against you so please make sure you handle this timely. If you have the resources, I would contact an attorney in your area---collections or general practice---and discuss this matter with them, obtain your options and...View More
I was uninsured during the accident and was at fault. I cant pay the amount in full but it was sent to a collections. I want a letter saying it's been handled & I'm paying for it overtime....I need it to present to the judge.
I signed a lease and paid deposit and first month rent. Next day I told the landlord I wasn't interested anymore. She said if she get someone in the house unit within 3 months that I will be off the hook. She rented the house the very next month. New tenant was living there. I checked my... View More
I paid all my monthly fees while out on probation. I actually paid 75$ a month, whereas i was only ordered to pay 63$. I was was let off early for good behavior & was told all my fees were paid up & i was done. Shortly after i get a Governors Pardon. Then a bit later, i begin getting... View More
My Dad & I have a joint car loan accout, I went online to make payment & it said- Account in bankruptcy you can make payment if you choose but we aren't attempting to collect a Dept. -I have paid for this car sense 2016 & want to know what I need to do moving forward or will my can... View More
When a bankruptcy is filed the lender usually stops accepting the payments online and you must mail them in. Sometimes they will send a payment book. Check with the bankruptcy attorney who filed the case.
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