The bank wants 3 payments of 54000 with in 13 months of each other. That means I have to use 1 crop year to make 2 of those payments but it's not possible. What can I do about this? I have a lawyer hes been doing this since the 80s. This is what he told me and I'm just getting a second... Read more »
I would strongly recommend meeting with me or another bankruptcy attorney asap to figure out whether filing for bankruptcy relief would be a good fit for you. Bring the complaint with you to discuss it.
He filed ch.7 and had the MN State Attorney file a judgement on him and his company. He filed for bk and now a year later is trying to dismiss it. Does that mean I'll get my money back or what can/should do?
You should hire a bankruptcy attorney to file a proof of claim and possibly a nondischargeability complaint in the bankruptcy. If the bankruptcy is dismissed, then you can proceed against him for your money. If it is discharged, you cannot proceed against him. Hire a local bankruptcy attorney...Read more »
Live in MN after the bankruptcy my house note was sold to another bank, I'm current with payments but is not being reported to the credit bureau beside not getting a home equity loan what else can I expect?
Last year I got I'll and had to spend from June until September in a nursing home. I am on disability but my insurance didn't cover the whole time I was there. I receive $750.00 a month and I had to pay them everything except $99.00 a month. I couldn't pay my credit card bills. I... Read more »
Hi, well you haven’t quite given us enough information to answer, but I’ll do my best to assist. Federal Bankruptcy Rule 7012 tells you that what to do if you happen to be sued while in the umbrella of bankruptcy. Many different kinds of claims may be heard inside bankruptcy. If you get sued or...Read more »
I took out a heloc from my bank, it became due and they sold my loan to a lawyer. I called him, and asked him what i needed to do to get my loan up to date. He said he would call me back with a number i could pay. I asked him If the amount due was the whole loan, he said no. 3 weeks went by... Read more »
I was informed my vehicle was going to be exempt (I have no other assets), and if I wanted to sell it to pay the attorney fees, I could. At the time I couldn’t sell it, so I asked if I could use their other method and if I sold the car after filing, if it was ok to pay it in early in the lump... Read more »
You probably are ok but you really needed the courts permission to sell after filing. As long as the value and equity is covered by your exemption, you should be ok Dutt do not sell any other property of the estate without authorization.
We filed a chapter 13 back on 10-15-18. Previous to this, we made a rather large payment to one of our creditors in the amount of $1600. The creditor is saying we can't get this payment back because of some bankruptcy code, however, our attorney told us as long as the payment was over $600 and... Read more »
My house was sold at a sheriff sale and the redemption period was almost up when I filed chapter 13 bankruptcy which gave me 60 additional days for redemption. I had several buyers but one signed a purchase agreement and was preapproved with a VA loan, however the VA or company selling the house... Read more »
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