So if my chapter 13 is not discharged at the end due to my refunds not being sent to the trustee, can I pay the refunds and subsequently be discharged? Or will I be penalized and not discharged at all?
That depends upon the wording of your confirmed Plan. If the plan required you to pay your tax refunds to the Trustee, then you will be in default of your plan payments, and no discharge will be entered until all plan payments have been made. If your plan does not specify that your tax refunds...Read more »
I'm self employed. I do landscaping and I have credit cards in my name and my fiance has others in her name,but it to help me to use for my business We owe up to 48,000. In my name its 13,000 her name 35,000. SInce the pandemic I havent had a lot of work. I've been making our credit card... Read more »
One thing to consider at this point is whether you have any upcoming bills such as medical bills, or an eviction related bill. Prior to filing a bankruptcy case it is important to consider letting all obligations come to fruition, so that you know everyone you owe money to on the date you file...Read more »
I am the creditor in a bankruptcy case. I was offered a settlement and declined and needed to change the "language" 3 times.a good back and forth. The amount settle on kept going down....each settlement. I told my lawyer that I do NOT agree with that. He reply back was "The amount is... Read more »
The short answer is if the cause of action (injury) arose prior to your filing, yes, it should have been listed and you should report it. If the cause of action arose after your filing, no, you would not have to report it. You should let your attorney know either way.
Yes, the fact that he has filed for bankruptcy protection shouldn't really affect his ability to carry out his duties as trustee. If you feel there are grounds under state (non-bankruptcy) law to remove him you can apply to the state courts to remove and replace him.
I'm sorry about the trouble you're experiencing in your chapter 7 bankruptcy. Generally, bankruptcy trustees have broad powers to liquidate estate property unless an exemption applies. Depending on your circumstances, this might apply to your jointly owned home.
We are the number one minority, We are also for our clients a tax break when they file their taxes being we are in all ladies commercial/residential company.We are going on five years flipping homes. I have got to get Some form of income to keep the last five employees I have. I have already lost... Read more »
I'm very sorry for your difficult situation, especially since it seems to have resulted from your being kind and thoughtful of your employees. You could consult with attorneys to investigate whether there is anything they might be able to do - but that could further add to your expenses - it...Read more »
for equitable distribution as well as ordered the marital home to be sold immediately, we had a buyer who offered 1.2 mill and ex refused b/c he wanted full asking price, there is about $700k equity. He told Bk court house was valued at $225 thousand. We also owned another property with a lot of... Read more »
A lender's "charge-off" of a loan debt does not affect your legal obligation to repay; the charge-off is an internal accounting/regulatory-driven function that adjusts (reduces) the lender's capital structure and lending authority. I am aware of no legal requirement that you,...Read more »
The so-called "permanent injunction", against creditors' attempting to collect a discharged debt, which accompanies the entry of every Discharge Order in bankruptcy, certainly seems to prohibit that sort of "ask". On the other hand, nothing in a bankruptcy Discharge...Read more »
Im separating and need to sell my home but my husband is in ch. 13, the attorney said he has to use the profit to purchase another home but only have a year to do so, is this true? Should I file for a divorce so this doesn’t affect me?
My bankruptcy was discharged 9 yrs ago & I did not reaffirm my mortgage. I continue to live in the home and made all pmts timely w/APR 4.625%. My credit is in the mid-700s but lacking variety due to no mortgage debt. Although the obligation was removed, I missed the opportunity to demonstrate... Read more »
when I found out my money was frozen that was giving to me, I did not know what to do. I did not know my rights. so, my husband file a emergency bankruptcy to get a stay. Not knowing I would have a right to ask for a claim of exemption and request for hearing in the court. We didn't file the... Read more »
When ex-girlfriend filed bankruptcy, it released her from the note on the home we purchased together. She is however still listed on the deed. I have paid every month on time and now wish to sell the home. Is she entitled to half of the profits even though she left in 2010, filed bankruptcy and... Read more »
If I am not a homeowner but rather I rent, am I still eligible to use the unused portion of the homestead exemption with the federal wild card exemption or must you own a home to even qualify to be given that option... Thank You
The enhanced personal property exemption or "wild card" was designed to be used for people who do not claim a homestead exemption because they rent or live with somebody or just don't own a home for any reason. Interestingly, you can own a mobile home and also get the enhanced...Read more »
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