I was also looking for possible pro bono assistance/help with this. Tried calling CLSMF can never get through seems phone lines are always tied up, but way too expensive to afford a private attorney. Will file application for waiver of filing fees as well. Personal assets are under $15,000.00 -... Read more »
A judgment was filed against me in 2014. I was unemployed and could not pay the credit card. I am now living only on Social Security. The original card owner was my husband but I used the card. The court documents show his social security number as mine. When I tried to call the collection agency... Read more »
You DO need to file an exemption, despite a wrong SSN being listed. You are not required to have an attorney, but it's best that you have one, and you may be able to get a pro bono attorney by contacting your local agency that provides free legal services for the poor. You appear to be in Ocala,...Read more »
Florida home husband holds mortgage does not have income. Wife has income and no debt but is on the deed. Can the husband file individual Chapter 13 using household (wife's) income? Or do we need to file Chapter 13 jointly?
I do not understand most of it and contacted my attorney. But they are dragging their feet as they have with most everything else since the hearing. I would ask questions and would only be told to ignore it and don’t worry about it. There is a statement that says any objections need to be filed... Read more »
Your case is days away from being final and the discharge entered. One the trustee files that report, it’s all but over. I would seriously consider not objecting unless there is a glaring error or omission as it will hold up the entry of your discharge and closing of the case.
Repeat foreclosure on my mother and I primary residence since divorce leading to quit claim deed and refinance in 2007. Then after my mother passed in 2016 Wells Fargo tried to foreclose on me when I made an attempt to negotiate about loan transfer, as I am beneficiary.
All our finances/debt are separate and the home loan is solely in her name (I'm only on the deed of trust). I have a large amount of debt that I can't pay on my own and can't barely manage with both our incomes. All un-secured debt (no car loans, installment loans, etc...). Wanting to know if... Read more »
My ex husband & I (divorced since 2016) agreed to buy our 16 year old daughter a vehicle last year. I was unable to qualify for the loan due to my credit so we used his credit, therefore the loan/title went in his name but I have personally made ALL payments including the down payment. The loan is... Read more »
I was a Resident of Florida when I received a annuity 10 years ago. I now moved to Montana and am a Montana resident but have not been here two years. I am filing bankruptcy and have to use for the Florida laws. I knew my annuity was protected in Florida when I was there but is it still protected... Read more »
She was served with a summons to appear for a court date. Her and my uncle live on social security only, have no assets but a 2002 Dodge they use to go back and forth to the store. She called Midland Funding to tell them this and they insisted that she will still have to go to court, but to avoid... Read more »
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