The amount due was $160.00 and I had called the collections agency after the first letter asking if I was still able to pay it. She said yes but it got sent to their attorney and she would find out when I needed to pay it by and the official total amount. Am I really being sued and she just... Read more »
If you want to see if a court case has been filed against you, you can go on the Nebraska Supreme Court's website. For a small fee, you can search for cases in your name. The law library at the Douglas County Court also has computers that you can use to search for criminal cases in your name.
hi, my child support case is out of Minnesota. With my tax returns, Minnesota collected the remaining 1981.00 that was due. The case has been closed for almost a year. After Minnesota collected the 1981.00 from taxes, they failed to notify the irs that the debt was paid, and to remove my name from... Read more »
If your case is out of Minnesota, you need to contact the child support office in Minnesota and then an attorney licensed in Minnesota if the child support office can't assist you in having the funds returned to you. You may want to act quickly. In Nebraska, funds are distributed fairly soon...Read more »
My uncle is too trustworthy and didn't ask for a receipt. I have several texts from the contractor stating that he'd be over to finish the job and we have my uncle's bank statement showing a large cash withdrawal (which he never does) and of course we still have the tree standing.... Read more »
Under Nebraska law the insurer or their collection agency can sue you for the $7,000. If they get a judgment they can typically garnish 25 percent of your wages if you are not head of household, 15 percent if you are head of household, and they can garnish 100 percent of your bank account unless...Read more »
It could depend on the basis of the denial, provisions of your plan, and other factors. One option here could be to have an attorney who handles medical claims disputes review the file. They should be able to determine the viability and cost-effectiveness of defending the matter, since the second...Read more »
If the judgment debtor has not submitted payment voluntarily, the next step will be to start garnishment proceedings. If you are unaware of where the debtor works, you might consider requesting a debtor's hearing to uncover the debtors occupation, assets, etc.
I suggest having your attorney contact the creditor's attorney assigned to the case. Your attorney can often negotiate a reduced pay-off amount in an effort to settle the case prior to the first hearing. Please feel free to contact me directly with questions, I may be able to help.
What can our company do to recieve payment do to get our money. its only $960.00 due but the invoices are past due in September of 2010. she keeps hanging up on me hen i call her. times are rough and its only my 2nd year in business, not expanded yet.
I suggest filing a claim in county court and get a judgment for the amount due. I often work with small businesses in handling small claims such as these. Please feel free to contact me and I can explain the initial steps to take.
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