If gift of car does not cause a problem, is there a recommended time to do so- such as after his meeting? Does he have to notify the court upon receipt of the gift? What steps do we need to take to ensure he doesn't mess-up his eligibility? Thanks.
Ex wife filed bankruptcy but did not list me on a joint mortgage. She listed herself as sole owner, I was awared the home in our divorce and have lived here for 5 years (she refuses to quit claim like ordered and I cannot refinance at this time)
Should I have been listed as also owning the... Read more »
And he has more recently passed. She is listed as primary and I am listed as contingent beneficiary. Is there any way I can fight to keep the proceeds of the policy from becoming property of her bankruptcy estate? We have located a spendthrift clause within the insurance policy but are unsure of... Read more »
ok i have old balance since 2012 debt with protofollio recovery,i got garnished where lawyer fees and 75$ garnishment fee included so its exceded 15% of my pay check,yet after 7 month of garnishment i got fired,then after a year this protofolio recovery wants to start again with the same balance... Read more »
This question (or rather, these questions) are to complex and convoluted for anyone to make sense out of. I suggest you get someone to help you compose a legible explanation in chronological order, eliminating unnecessary commentary and then post it as a new question(s).
If you have exemptions left, you may protect some or all of it with your exemptions. If not, the trustee will likely distribute it to your unsecured creditors. You should discuss this with your babktmruptcy attorney immediately.
My wife and I found ourselves in a considerable amount of debt in the last year because I had to take time off from my job and recuperate from surgery that I had. We just couldn't keep up with everything with the small amount of income that was coming in. We tried to do the right thing and create a... Read more »
We used money from sell of home to pay debt, work on and furnish a home we have financed. We are buried in debt now and went from 2 job household to one job household. We could afford pmts on home the house and a vehicle and that is it.
I filed Chapter 7 Jan 2018 . I did have a vehicle at the time (Used vehicle) i got in 2017. I wanted to keep because i needed transportation. The car is not good and costs thousands of dollars to fix and i no longer want or can afford. Is there anything that i can do to change that reaffirmation... Read more »
Unfortunately, if you reaffirmed the debt, you’re stuck paying it unless you can. Egotists some kind of settlement with the lender. Consult your bankruptcy attorney for options but I think you’re going to have to pay for it.
Your question is really not that clear. If a judgment has been entered against you for a Driving on Suspended Ticket, you typically just have to pay the fine or deal with failure to appear. Driving on Suspended is a Class A Misdemeanor which is punishable by up to 364 days in jail and up to...Read more »
The home will be property of the bankruptcy estate. Depending on the value of the home and your exemption will determine if the bankruptcy trustee will take the home and sell it. You really need a local bankruptcy lawyer to advise you of your options. Good luck!
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