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).
Law Firm after you? I think you mean the matter has been sent to collections, which means you likely missed your opportunity to dispute the ticket. I suggest contacting the Law Firm and seeing what can be done.
My husband has a lot of medical debt and when we divorced I was going to file bankruptcy to avoid being held liable for his medical debt, but did not. He has since gotten remarried. By Illinois law, since I was married to him when the debt occurred, can the collectors still come after me? Or has it... Read more »
A collector of medical bills incurred during a marriage can typically go after the people who were married to each other when the bills were incurred, not a later spouse. You should be able to discharge them in bankruptcy. On the other hand, which of you is supposed to pay those debts should have...Read more »
I received 14 red light violations between 2014-2015; however I never received notice of the tickets via mail or phone. Last year (Feb 2017), I received a call from a collection agency stating that my license are suspended and that I would have to pay $2800 dollars to clear the debt. I called the... Read more »
First, call the cities that issued the citations and ask what they can do. Let them know you are sorry and want to see what you can do to waive some of the late fees. It's a stretch but worth asking. Next, try getting on a payment plan with the collection agency. MAKE SURE YOU VERIFY THAT THE...Read more »
Taking money out my check and i paid of my debt already they did not notify and my son's mother told them not to do it because its. Paid for. And i take care of my son need help they even put this on my credit report
If you are engaging, or have engaged in a real estate transaction, you should be represented by an attorney. The fees are minimal and the benefits can be immense. All of your questions regarding the transaction should be directed to your attorney who will calculate the proration and resolve this...Read more »
I received a Citation to Discover Assets. Due to losing my job and just starting my new one, my wage garnishment ended. I even got in touch and asked if I could send a payment or something, and he wouldnt even tell me his attorneys information. So, there was no way to be in touch with their office.... Read more »
The person living in the home has not paid me yet. The house is close to being foreclosed on, so I'm wanting know if this clause would make the mortgage company liable to pay me, as I've replaced all water lines do to freezing and breaking, and put all New floors in and restabelized all the... Read more »
Foreclose could be translated as "wipe out". The mortgagee foreclosed in order to wipe out all liens with less priority in the property than its own. Generally any lien attaching to the property after the mortgage is recorded has less priority. Only if the property sells for a surplus (an amount...Read more »
I am still legally married to my wife but we are no longer together. Prior to us separating I took out a with her a title loan. After we separate I took my title back and she put her title long story short she defaulted on the loan we got served . I went to the court hearing told the judge this was... Read more »
Loan was a long time ago and since paid back-I have no records its that old. My brother feels he has the right to force me to prove this was paid back by me. (It was) My mother was alive when the loan was made to me verbally - she died 2 years ago. What grounds does he have here to pursue this?... Read more »
I am an individual creditor & I do not want the debt owed me discharged. I have a judgement from family court saying the other parent has to pay me back overpayments that stemed from false child support claims she made. The other parent in question has filed Chap. 7. The notice says no property... Read more »
While more facts are needed and documents must be reviewed, it sounds like you might have the type of debt that is excepted from discharge in which case the appropriate steps must be taken with the court. Bankruptcy laws and family laws are complex, you need to get in to speak to a lawyer asap as...Read more »
The defendant was ordered to pay monthly and has come up with every excuse imaginable and now is 130 days late. The Judge will not enforce the order that clearly states that if a payment is missed, the defendant will be placed in jail and his bond will be the balance owed to my father. How can we... Read more »
Before being evicted I spoke with the property manager and told her about my situation with my job and also the living conditions from my roommate.I have emails,picture, and videos. I was told to get a lawyer so I don't have to pay. My roommate "put" me out. So she was living there three month and... Read more »
The divorce was granted in IL but I moved back to NC. I need help collecting this debt and remaining balance. I am falling behind on the debt he's suppose to help pay. I just need help collecting from my ex-husband. It's Case No. 12 d 62, Tazewell County, September 24, 2013. Any help would be... Read more »
Contact the State's Attorney or District Attorney's office in the NC County where you live. They should be able to send you to a child support enforcement office in NC that can collect for you long distance.
Generally, Yes. It sounds as though either or both of the collection agencies have purchased the debt from the company. If that is the case, then the collections agencies can seek to collect the debt from you. It is probably a good idea to consult with a local collections or consumer debt attorney...Read more »
No, a person or entity cannot garnish your paycheck without a judgment and proper notice of garnishment. Unless, the garnishment is a voluntary wage assignment that was signed in the contract for the loan or credit card.
If you cannot pay the credit card debt, then you can try to work out a payment plan directly with the creditor. If the creditor is not receptive to your situation, then filing a Bankruptcy will release your personal liability to the creditor.
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