It was a chapter 7. I see the provision for chapter 13 where it says the stimulus would go to the debtor but is there something for chapter 7 as well. stimulus is considered to be part of my bankruptcy estate. So I'm reading it can be taken by the trustee to satisfy creditor debts. My question is... Read more »
There are a few provisions under the cares act for chap 13 but I don't read anything for chap 7 saying that the stimulus is safe from the trustee. Is there something that specifically says I will get to keep the stimulus so I can cite it if the trustee brings it up. When I filed I had 3100 in my... Read more »
Last fall , a teenager got drunk at a party in our town. He drove his car past my house at 5am and shot his pistol thru my window while myself, my 2 yr old, and my fiance were asleep. He was arrested and bonded out. He now has another similar case in another county. We had to move, I owe my... Read more »
No, you are the victim and are represented by the District Attorney’s Office. Contact them and tell them what your wishes are. Title 15 of the Code of Alabama is dedicated to victims of crimes. You have a right to be present and heard at all proceedings involving your case.
My business is strictly internet. I skype or video chat with my customers or chat on the website. I am registered in Wyoming but I am now in Illinois with my fiance. He is referring his friends but I make them go through the website to get information or to request information and sign up.
Your description describes that you will be actively operating your company in Illinois and will be generating income as well as presumably conducting activities related to your business. You should register your business with the Illinois Secretary of State. Below is a link to the Illinois...Read more »
I supported him for 7 years he just got a great job and then walked out last week to live with a woman he met at the gym. I want to file for divorce, but he owes me over 200,000 and I am laying on all back taxes. Can I get some type of mandated payment until the taxes and loan is repaid?
My ex alleged I committed sexual assault against her over a year after she said it happened. She deleted five years worth of Facebook messenger conversations between her and I on my phone, maybe hers as well. In three screenshots (not whole conversations) I seemingly falsely confess to it, along... Read more »
The bottom line is that if the prosecutor reviews all of the evidence and besides that they can prove you guilty of a crime in court, they may charge you with whatever they think they can prove in court. This is a decision that will be made by the prosecutor. I would recommend that if you are...Read more »
She has been told repeatedly to not come to my house, call, send items in the mail or contact myself or my children under any circumstances. Again she is toxic and not welcome in my life, especially around our children. My husband is 100% in agreeance. However, she continues to send items in the... Read more »
My sister has my moms cremains and I'd would like them split. So my sister and I each have 1/2 and my parents are together. My sister says because she has had the remains at her house because my dad didnt want them at his house when she first passed away that they are hers. Legally do they belong... Read more »
Typically, your Judgment for Dissolution will either bar alimony or reserve it. Depending on the facts of your case, and if alinony was reserved, you might have a chance of getting it. If you waived alimony or it was barred, you are out of luck because the Judgment is final.
Without seeing the annuity itself it is difficult to answer. However, if at the time the payout is made, the payout is made only to the living beneficiaries, there are several options they can take to ensure that the descendants of the deceased beneficiary receive his equal share under the...Read more »
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