I am curious as to what happens now.
answered on Sep 13, 2022
It depends. First, this was not a conference call. A conference call is between clients and vendors, partners, etc. This was a court hearing of some kind. It may have been a motion hearing, a status conference, a case management conference, a final hearing, etc. (details matter)
Second, you... Read more »
I have an overpayment for Medical Assistance from 2006. I'm getting notcied from the County for demand of payment. I filed chapter 7 bankruptcy in 2015 but did not list the agency. Per Department of Human Services website. The agency cannot require me to amend my bankruptcy and list them as a... Read more »
answered on Dec 15, 2021
As a matter of practice, I advise every client desiring to file for bankruptcy relief to provide me with the names and addresses of anyone and everyone who has ever asserted a claim against my debtor, even a guy who cut across the yard and sprained his ankle in a hole in that yard. The reason is... Read more »
I recently received this speeding ticket apparently in 2004. I don't understand, why I just got it now? The address I currently live wasn't on my drivers license then. I currently live in a different state from the issued ticket. I'm confused as in what I should do.
answered on Mar 2, 2020
It is unclear what state the ticket is from. You will want to contact an attorney in that state.
I bought my stepmom car for 2000.. and today she showed up with the police claiming that I never paid her anything and she wants the car back. She had the car towed off my property...
I have text messages from her saying the price of the car, me giving her mom, and are agreement... Read more »
answered on Jan 5, 2020
consult a local attorney, you can try this in small claims depending on your jurisdiction
make sure you have all documented and printed for presenting to the court
My boyfriend (husband now) gave his apartment complex a 60 day written notice when he decided to move in with me after not living in the apartment for a couple months. it's been 3+ years and now I see on his credit report that he has been given over to a collection agency for delinquent... Read more »
answered on Apr 3, 2019
You and your new husband have a very serious legal problem that cannot be solved by discussing what your husband told you was "his understanding" that all he had to do was give his prior landlord a 60 day written notice before moving out of the apartment he rented before meeting and... Read more »
Lied about making payment. The bank just contacted me and I've tried several times to reach the borrower but he refused to respond to my messages, emails or answer/return any of my calls. I can't afford to make payments as am struggling to care for my child as a single parent. The... Read more »
answered on Sep 27, 2018
If you co-signed, then you are likely responsible just as equally as your so-called friend. Your options may include refinancing, forbearance, taking out another loan to pay this back, borrowing money to pay it off, etc. You will find many resources, blog posts, AG articles, and the like... Read more »
On his credit report, it's in the closed section listed at $0. The debt collector in question claims to be called 'Global', just the one word, and only was willing to give a single phone number, and claims not to have a website. They threatened to sue, but were very vague with... Read more »
answered on Jul 19, 2016
Call an attorney for help as the debt collector may very well be violating federal law. Keep a log of each time they call.
Someone owe's me close to 1700 and wont pay. I never put anything in writing but has message the person a number of times which he is stating that he owes now he wont return any messages. I have screen shots of all messages.. What can i do and by him being on probation will that help me??
answered on Sep 18, 2014
You should file a claim in Conciliation Court. Unless the debt owed is for court-ordered restitution, the fact that he is on probation won't matter.
answered on Dec 18, 2010
Please visit the Minnesota Judicial Branch website. The appropriate forms should be there.
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