filing of Ch 7 -not support related & not found in contempt- I didn't list him as a creditor because he wasn't at that time, but I did serve him notice of my filing at the time - and he had already filed the motion for legal fees - but the judge didn't issue ruling for over 2 years -
You will have to find the bankruptcy filing. Once located you can file a proof of claim for her wages in that proceeding. She is a creditor so if she hasn’t received notice of bankruptcy filing, they probably haven’t filed.
It is likely that he cannot discharged that debt if it is part of a domestic support obligation from your divorce. Check with an experienced bankruptcy attorney near you and see if you can’t force him to pay it.
If it is a Chapter 11 reorganization, most employees should be safe and keep their job and most benefits. If it is a Chapter 7 liquidation, then you need to contact a local bankruptcy attoney to discuss your options.
Creditors should stop calling you within a week of the filing of the bankruptcy. If they do not stop, just give them your bankruptcy case filing number as well as the name of your attorney and his or her phone number
Depending on the terms of the auto contract you may very well be liable. It also depends on whether your cousin gives the car back to the creditor or decides to keep it and pay the loan.Read the contract carefully and it will address the default of the loan and what happens. Talk with a bankruptcy...Read more »
I have debt that exceeds $25,000.00, most of which is now in collections, with some headed to small claims court. I am also in the process of filing for a mortgage modification as I am 3 months behind in my mortgage. Should I wait until the modification is completed prior to filing bankruptcy or... Read more »
You can probably do a loan modification in conjunction with the Bankruptcy. Most Bankruptcy Courts have a Loss Mitigation Program which does exactly that. Check with Counsel in your jurisdiction, and you should be fine
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