My fiance is making the payment for me and its not really effecting my budget and i am up to date and current on all my payment in my bankrupcy and the credit card. I really dont want to draw this to my lawyers attention. Will this cause my case to be dismissed
What you describe sounds like a post-filing debt, which would not be discharged in your Chapter 13. I have no doubt that your jurisdiction forbids incurring new debt, (including credit cards) without Court permission. (No Court in my experience would EVER grant permission). I agree with Mr....Read more »
We filed together approx 2 years ago, prior to divorcing, and this if the first year we are having to turn in our tax returns, but I received a motion stating he had not done this. I do not know how to protect myself in this situation. He has a car with my name on it and I have a car with both... Read more »
The bankruptcy case will be dismissed if the ex does not pay the tax refund. I fail to see why you would be in Chapter 13 unless you have a large income, a large amount of assets, student loans, or income taxes which you need to manage in Chapter 13.
If a lawyer was to request a early payout on a chapter 13 how does that work exactly and what is the turn around time for all of that? I am 3 years into plan and want to request a early out or early payout
“Copies of all notes, security agreements, loan disclosure statements and other documents relating to loan transactions to which the debtor is a party” Say it in layman/is this about my personal loan already included in the case that I am declaring bankruptcy on?
Yes it is, but it also pertains to any and all other loans you currently have. Best to turn over all loan documents for any loans you currently have, whether you are discharging them or plan to repay them.
I'm not licensed in Kentucky, so you should consult an attorney licensed in your State. In most States your brother's 1/8 interest would not be exempt under law. What that means is that his bankruptcy estate would include his 1/8 interest and the bankruptcy trustee would be entitled to...Read more »
Bumped into a car when reversing out of a parking spot Halloween of 2020. No damage, victim didn’t want to call police. Found out when contacted my insurance company, my coverage lapsed. Got that taken care of but first week of December 2020, victim called police to have police report done. Ended... Read more »
No the automatic stay does not protect you automatically from a lanlord eviction. However there is a section of the bankruptcy code that allows you to pay the rent you are behind on into the court and force the landlord to accept it. Then you can finish the remaining months of your lease. This...Read more »
If so does that mean she doesn’t have to pay me what the judge ordered her to pay and is there a way to stop her from not paying us and adding it to the bankruptcy when she files? We filed the case in small claims before she ever started to file for bankruptcy but now she’s saying her lawyer is... Read more »
No! In the bankruptcy petition the Debtor should have announced his option to pay the lease and accept it or reject it. If this is a lease and the bankruptcy was filed during an eviction proceeding the debtor may deposit any overdue funds with the court and accept the lease but immediately cure...Read more »
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